Trick Daddy and Trina Have a Joint Album in the Works

FORT LAUDERDALE, FL - FEBRUARY 04:  (L-R) Trick Daddy and Trina perform at Revolution on February 4, 2016 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.  (Photo by Thaddaeus McAdams/WireImage)

Trick Daddy and Trina Have a Joint Album in the Works

"We bringing the city back."

Published March 7, 2017

Months after Trick Daddy found himself in hot water regarding his offensive commentary bashing women of color, the veteran emcee has found himself making headlines once again. Luckily, this time it's for a much more positive and exciting reason.

As reported, Miami label Slip N' Slide Records is going through a bit of a revival, and true to its roots, will be releasing a new joint project from two of its original signees: Trick Daddy and Trina.

The news has both artists feeling inspired, with Trick Daddy sharing that his goal for their joint album is to make it a classic and really put on for their city.

"Yesterday me and Trina signed a deal for a Trick & Trina collabo album," he shared in a statement. "So we bringing the city back. I just want this Trick & Trina record to be classic. I’m going to turn the Diamond Princess back to the Baddest B***h."

The two have joined forces in the studio before, such as on their "Nann" record, so hopefully this new project will pack just as much heat.

"ATL doesn’t have a sound no more. Miami doesn’t have a sound no more," Trick Daddy added, detailing some of his motivation to make this new record. "New York doesn’t have a sound no more... With the exception of Remy Ma & Fat Joe, I don’t remember the last time I heard a real New York record. With the exception of the Migos, I don’t remember the last time I heard an Atlanta record. Miami has a couple artists doing things like, Pitbull and Flo-Rida, but we need to take it back to those days, because if it wasn’t for DJ Khaled, I don’t know if our name and face would even still be mentioned or placed in a hall of fame."

Looks like Trick Daddy, for one, is eager to change that and reclaim that Miami sound. The record will be out sometime later this year and will be dropping via their original label, Slip N' Slide Records/Atlantic Records.

Revisit Trick Daddy and Trina's previous collaboration below.

Written by KC Orcutt

(Photo: Thaddaeus McAdams/WireImage)


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