After giving us the island-influenced Trips to Trinidad EP just over ten days ago, Trinidad James is back today with another warm-weather-loving record. This time he takes us to the West Coast with the feel-good and slightly g-funk-y "Palm Trees." He details his adventures in California, from Fairfax to In-N-Out Burger. Although he's an Atlanta native, this sound is anything but ATL. Does it work for Trinidad? It definitely seems he's been experimenting with his sound since being cut off from Def Jam.
This release is another in a long line of consistent drops from Trinidad, including his Trips to Trinidad EP, No One Is SaFe, and random leaks in between. This song is framed as a single, though, and it is available on iTunes now.
I need a real Cali girl to roll a blunt instead of paper
Change her hair every month, say she focused on the paper
Met her at In-N-Out picking up a burger
Shorts real short, little booty like ahh
Bandanna in the front feeling like pow