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 on his brand new cut, All Around The World. Self-produced by the ‘bad guy,’ this bass-heavy joint features fellow Motown native Royce Da 5’9”, who doesn’t mind chin-checking fools too caught up in the trappings of all that glitters. Both artists bully the track entertainingly, further proving that Detroit artists can, in fact, come together to bring their embattled city back to the forefront. On Wednesday, DJBooth will feature an exclusive interview with Trick Trick, who will give his thoughts on The Villain and the drama-laden aftermath of the alleged Yung Berg chain-snatching incident.
Written by Kevin L. Clark on 11/10/08
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