New Music: Trinidad James featuring Mystikal and Lil Dicky (produced by DJ Mustard) [Audio]

Trinidad James

By Jack Barnes

Trinidad James debuts a brand new party anthem “Just A Lil Thick (She Juicy)” celebrating sexy full figured women. Southern rapper James recruits producer DJ Mustard and fellow MCs Mystikal and Lil Dicky to join the party while unapologetically defending and empowering gorgeous, healthy ladies. Fans will be able to purchase “Just A Lil Thick (She Juicy)” via RECORDS when it debuts at all digital retailers along with a festive and powerful music video on April 15th.Enjoy this audio stream below after the jump.

“It feels good to be able make real records and get them appreciated,” explains James. “I’ve always paid attention to my different types of fans and one thing I do know for sure, is that my Thick Women have held me down for 3 years strong. I love all women but this one is dedicated to my Thick Queens.  Thank you Love$.”

Jame$ just wrapped up his SXSW performances at the Trinidad and Tobago showcase (Buffalo Billiards) and The Sound Release (Peckerheads), and is back in his hometown of Atlanta to hold an open casting call for his “Just A Lil Thick (She Juicy)” music video. Stay tuned as the vivacious new music video set in Atlanta’s Mansion House represents all types of thick and juicy, strong and sexy women.

Trinidad James is one of the most unique, stand out artists in today’s rap game. This natural born entertainer blends Hip-Hop, Pop, EDM and Rock topped off with his Southern charm. With an undeniable fashion game as one of the industry’s most distinctively dressed rappers, the talented Trinidad James has a true appreciation for the arts.
Born on the island of Trinidad and Tobago and raised in Atlanta, Georgia, the budding artist’s debut breakthrough smash hit single “All Gold Everything” was released off his “Don’t Be S.A.F.E” mixtape. “All Gold Everything” certified Gold, charted top 5 at urban mainstream radio and garnered a staggering 37 Million cumulative views. Trinidad James gained even more fans at each of his high-energy live shows, including a sold-out show for the books at New York’s infamous Santos Playhouse. The island-bred artist linked up with Atlanta indie label Think It’s A Game Records, and eventually inked a deal with Def Jam Records which re-released his debut project “Don’t Be S.A.F.E.” and released the “All Gold Everything” remix featuring T.I., Young Jeezy, and 2 Chainz.

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