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 MUSIC : Trick Daddy : DISCOGRAPHY EMAIL 





Trick Daddy Book Of Thugs- Chapter AK Verse 47


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Boy | Sittin' On D's | Get On Up | America | Shut Up | Thug For Life | Hoe Skit | Walkin' Like A Hoe | Tryin' To Stop Smokin' | Bout My Money | Could It Be | Thug Life Again | K*ll Your A** | Gotta Let You Have It | Hoe But Can't Help It
(Slip-N-Slide/Atlantic - 2000)
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On his 1998 major-label debut, www.thug.com, Trick Daddy translated his grimy down-South slang and hedonistic hood-rat hymns for a nationwide audience. But what set the album apart was an undertone of social consciousness found only in the best gangster-oriented tracks. On Book of Thugs, the gold-toothed rhyme slinger continues to painfully contrast his infatuation with the thug life and his awareness of the world outside it. For fans who want a repeat of last year's club hit "Nann," Trick Daddy has delivered up-tempo rump shakers ("Sittin' on D's," "Boy") and rugged-yet-refined bounce tracks ("Walkin' Like a Hoe"). The most remarkable cut, however, is the pessimistic ballad "America," in which a confused, cynical Trick Daddy asks, "Who invented niggas in the first place? / They say America is the original birthplace / Who's doing ten, twenty, life on their first case?" Trick's ability to expose his soft side without losing his hard edge is what distinguishes him from his thug-life contemporaries. (RS 837)


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Subject: A Contribuation to Trick Daddy
Rating: 5 | Totally Agreed with the RS Review
Date: 3/27/2001 12:32:24 PM

I want to thank Trick Daddy for all the hard work he has put in on the making of his albums. I just started listening to Trick Daddy this year '01 and I have heard all of his songs adn I think they are all great. (at this part I am not trying to be races I am just stating something) I am white and like most other white people I have A LOT of white friends but when my friends come over and I play Trick Daddy they all tell me to turn it off b/c i have no right to be like a "nigger" (in their eyes) but all I tell them is "Hey this is a free country and I am a free person I am at liberty to listen to whatever I want to listen to adn if you don't like it you have the freedom to walk out of my house and never come back in it" and I have actually had "friends" walk out of my house and never come back in b/c they don't believe that white people should listen to black people music but like I said I am FREE!! My mother has no problem with it so therefore I have her approval to listen to it so I listen to it. Even though I am 16 years old I still get my mothers approval on everything before I turn it on in her house and if she doesn't like then I don't listen to it while she is home just whenever she leaves!! Even the song you singt with all them other people in there like the one Hoe Skit and Walking Like A Hoe my mother even likes those she wasn't to thrilled the first time she listened to them but they grew on her so she likes them now. Well all in all what I am trying to get through here is that no matter what color you are it doesn'T really matter you can listen to whatever you want!


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