Trick Trick - Best New Songs, Albums, & Features

Editor's Pick
Artist: Eminem
Album: Shady XV
Update: The visuals for Detroit Vs. Everybody have been added. When the tracklisting for the upcoming Shady XV double album was released late last month, there was one record on the ‘X’ disc, made up of all-new... More
Posted 4 months ago
Detroit vs. Everybody isn’t an all-time great posse record, but as far as major mainstream collaborations go it’s arguably one of the best and brightest of the calender year. The original version of the record... More
Posted 5 months ago
Featuring: Eminem | Royce Da 5'9"
Don’t let the title of Trick Trick‘s latest feature fool you. Twerk Dat Pop Dat is actually a learned treatise on grain cultivation in 16th Century France. Nah, just kidding; this freshly-minted promo... More
Posted 10 months ago
Featuring: Royce Da 5'9" | K-Young
You don’t have to leave the country to step into the dangers of war. Let Detroit veteran Trick Trick show you why D-Town has become a No Fly Zone. On his latest single, Trick Trick’s gritty voice is proof enough... More
Posted one year ago
Editor's Pick
Artist: Xzibit
Featuring: Trick Trick
According to the ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle, “Teaching is the Highest Form of Understanding.” While it’s hard to say whether Xzibit‘s aim on new single H.F.O.U. was to edify or simply to get a few... More
Posted 4 years ago
Featuring: Guilty Simpson
Detroit may still be recovering from the effects of our ongoing economic crisis but, as far as Trick Trick is concerned, his hometown’s still numero uno. On the latest single off his forthcoming third album, the street... More
Posted 5 years ago
Album: The Villain
Every city has its local legend. These are the rappers who were household names in their hometowns before MTV knew they existed, hustlers who moved thousands of albums out the trunk of their car. Oakland has Too $hort,... More
Posted 6 years ago

Trick Trick Interview

Posted 6 years ago
Featuring: Royce Da 5'9"
With hip-hop in a state of emergency, many fear that the game has become stale and stagnant. Having become known as the man to fear in Detroit, it seems fitting that rapper Trick Trick has put together some pretty stern words... More
Posted 6 years ago
Featuring: Eminem
In 2005, underground veteran Trick Trick kicked off his mainstream debut, The People Vs., with an anthem for his hometown titled Welcome 2 Detroit.  Three years later, on his long-awaited follow-up, The Villain, the Goon... More
Posted 6 years ago
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