On the heels of his independently successful solo debut The People vs., Detroit representa’ Trick Trick is back with his new hustler’s anthem, Let’s Work. Full of purpose and pure hustler motivation, Trick exhorts all money-seekers in his hood to get on the grind and get their own money; rather than trying to mooch off others. While Trick’s powerful vocals make the track, his piano/drum patterns provide the perfect backdrop to get just about any hustler motivated. Look for more street heat when The Villian is released sometime in 2008.
Written by Burmy on 10/25/07
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"Let It Fly ft. Ice Cube & Lil' Jon" (2008)
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