Trick Daddy’s rap career has been one helluva rollercoaster. The Liberty City emcee,who first made it cool for rappers to talk about their websites, recently popped up on a slew of blogs after his alleged involvement in Rossgate ’08. Despite the ups and downs, though, Trick’s newest ride is likely to become a lot more exciting. Ten years after dropping his first studio LP, he has reintroduced himself as The Realest. Multi-threat Kevin Cossom jumps on board for this catchy, you-better-recognize hook and Trick once again teams up with The Runners to successfully deliver a hard-hitting track. The end result? Check his résumé and get nothing twisted—through all the ups and downs, the Daddy has remained real.
Written by Erica L. on 08/17/08
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