Tuesday, December 24th, 2013 at
Over 3000 people turned up for the 4th Annual Street Execs Christmas Concert at the Tabernacle in Atlanta. The city’s biggest hip-hop stars came out to give back to the community. The concert was hosted by R&B singer Monica and fans donated a toy for entry. All of the gifts collected went to the Toys for Tots and the T.R.U. Foundation for less fortunate kids.
Some of the performers at the 4th Annual Street Execs Christmas Concert where Rich Homie Quam (pictured above with Monica), B.o.B., Young Dro, Que, and Trinidad James, Travis Porter, Young Dolph, Cap 1, and Young Money’s Shanell, .
B.o.B. turned up the crowd with hits from new album Undergroud Luxury, which is in stores now.
Trinidad James and Young Dro came out too. Trinidad did his thing with “All Gold Everything” and Young Dro had the crowd screaming “FDB”.
2 Chainz lovely wife Kesha, who heads up the T.R.U. Foundation was also in the building.
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Tuesday, November 26th, 2013 at
Hustle and Flow was packed last night at Club Opera in Atlanta! Trinidad James came through and showed the crowd some love! Independent artist filled the spot and showcase their talent for Atlanta’s top Music Industry Execs like Clay form Grand Hustle and Rico Brooks from Adella Thomas Management.
Que was a featured performer at Hustle and Flow last night. His hit single “O.G. Bobby Johnson” is shutting down clubs and parties all of over Atlanta. Shout out to one of his managers, Rico, pictured on the left.
Migos manager and Music Industry Exec Coach K (pictured on the left) stopped through Hustle and Flow last night as well to check out the talent.
Music Manager and Industry Exec B Rich was also at Hustle and Flow last night checking out talent. B.o.B.’s Underground Luxury hits stores December 17!!! Check out all the photos from Hustle and Flow below!! Last night was truly epic! READ MORE
Friday, November 15th, 2013 at
Troy Ave recently stirred up the controversy pot by agreeing with Trinidad James’ statement that the south runs New York.
If he was talking about “runs” in terms of Atlanta rap getting constant radio play and being heavy in New York clubs, then he’s got a valid point. A real nigga like myself, I’m gonna deal with facts. I’m not upset about that, but all I want to do is restore the feeling in this city. That’s why I named my album New York City. At a time, the Death Row and West Coast could have said they run rap, and they did! Until Biggie came out, and then Bad Boy was like, ‘Ok, we run rap now.’ There was a time when T-Pain was the only thing that you would hear on the radio, and then the whole group of Florida rappers had it on lock. But, Atlanta niggas been had it for a minute in terms of getting played everywhere.
Monday, September 16th, 2013 at
I had the opportunity to kick it with the big homie Trinidad James at his 10 Piece Mild mixtape listening party at Wish Boutique in Little Five Points. As we took pictures, listened to the music I had a strong taste for a box of American Deli mild chicken wings and a mixtape giveaway.
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Thursday, June 27th, 2013 at
Shawn Jay of Field Mob goes in-depth on his personal struggle juggling his family and his hip hop career. READ MORE
Friday, May 3rd, 2013 at
Pop the Mali (Hunter) that is- WE SWEAT’N! Whew!!! Seems a house full of D.J.’s, Bloggers, Magazine Journalists and the Trinidad/Nick James Camp of Family and Friends paid homage to Trinidad James for going “GOLD” on his All Gold Everything Album. If there’s ever a rapper that had positive energy, the ability to turn everything Gold from speaking it into existence was evident with the Trinidad James “All Gold Everything Campaign”. Last night