Trick Daddy -《Thug Matrimony: Married to the Streets》[MP3!]

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专辑中文名Thug Matrimony: Married to the Streets
歌手Trick Daddy

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演唱歌手:Trick Daddy
专辑名称:Thug Matrimony: Married to the Streets
专辑流派:Dirty South,Gangsta Rap,Hardcore Rap,Dirty Rap

专辑介绍 Blessed with the chameleon-like ability to flip from a booty-shakin party starter to head-bussin hooligan to insightful educator, Miami bad boy Trick Daddy has been one of the most prolific southern talents since he first stepped onto the scene on Uncle Luke's timeless 1996 dance floor staple, "Scarred."

Within the eight calendars that T-Double-D has been putting in work, he has spawned five solo albums, four gold and platinum plaques and a bevy of ghetto hymnals. Generating such diverse hits as battle of the sexes "Na'an" with female agitator Trina, light-hearted ditty "Shut Up" and socially aware "Amerika," Trick Daddy hoisted himself from the Southern underground to national admiration.

Now, after a two-year hiatus since his 2002 testament, Thug Holiday, Trick returns to prove his undying love for the grind and ties the knot on his sixth solo Slip-N-Slide/Atlantic outing, Thug Matrimony: Married To The Streets.

"If you evaluate the stuff I said in my past five albums, I kept it real from day one. It's easy to keep it real; that way, you won't get caught up in being a fake," Trick explains.

Born Maurice Young in Miami's Jackson Memorial Hospital and reared on the wrong side of the tracks, the artist formerly known as Trick Daddy Dollars has seen his share of trying times. As one of 27 children between his mother and father, Trick got more ass whippings than lectures during his formative years.

"I come from a big family. All of us are different and got our own ways," says Trick. "My daddy (is) a real street nigga. My momma is from Carolina, so she growed up in the struggle. My momma got 11 children from 10 different men. My daddy got 16 sons from all kinds of women.

"My momma met my daddy in Miami. Both of them are hood; they are ghetto. If my momma and daddy would've stayed together, one of them would've been dead, and the other would've been locked up for it."

Although Trick wasn't born with a silver spoon dangling from his gold baby teeth, he absorbed every lesson that his parents embedded in him. But instead of letting the ghetto that surrounded him take him under, the Liberty City survivor made the most out of an unpleasant situation.

"A lotta black folks learn to tell jokes to better deal with their problems, and that's how I learned to deal with my problems growing up," he enlightens. "We growed up hard in the projects, on welfare and food stamps. So instead of going to school and have somebody talk about my momma on food stamps or welfare, I would tell them 'my momma gotta go get recertified for her food stamps' or 'we gone trade these food stamps in and go get in the dice game.' I learned to laugh and joke at myself, so before you know it, they're on my side. They're waiting on me to crack on somebody else."

Naturally, he imparts those same self-taught life lessons within his rhymes. Over the soulful, mid-tempo production of "Trapped," Trick warns of the revolving prison system for too many young African-American men who fall victim to Americanism. On the moving chorus, Ronald Isley wails: "No matter how loud I cry, it don't seem loud enough/ Lord, I hope you're hearing me/ This goes out to the lonely streets."

On the uplifting, R&B-ish testimony "These Are the Days," Trick borrows heart-felt sentient from MC Lyte's unforgettable verse from "Self Destruction." In his signature burly baritone, he spits: "Leave the guns and the crack and the knives alone/ It's T-Double on the microphone/ And I can see trouble right in front your home/ As far as the kids are concerned/ Just let em live and learn/ And let em grow to be older than us/ And teach em more than gang banging, drug dealing and hold ups.../ They gone love and respect us/ And now you're having more doctors, lawyers, teachers, preachers and deep sea explorers."

"Rappers tend to use words sometimes that just rhyme and don't really mean nothing. I tell it like it t-i-is. I tell it like I see it. I tell it like I vision it. I tell it like I live it. It ain't no fantasy raps in here," Trick enlightens. "I would be more of a rock and roll (musician) or heavy metal or the blues than I am a rapper."

His rock and roll roots are definitely felt over the blaring lead single "Let's Go." Riding an intense sample of heavy metal madman Ozzy Osborne's cult classic "Crazy Train," Trick opens the ceremony with ATL hype man Lil Jon and Chi-town's finest Twista. The threesome gets crunk as they bellow over piercing guitar riffs and hammering bass.

On the old school-tinged "Down South," the Dade County veteran takes it back to the days of the Pac-Jam with club hoppers Ying Yang Twins and female nemesis Trina. Over a witty re-working of Midnight Star's 80s hit "No Parking on the Dance Floor," they pay homage to their beloved Dirty South.

Letting his sensitive side seep to the surface, Trick teams up with Jazze Pha on the mid-tempo serenade "Forever." Looming over funky electric piano chords and an interpolation of Smokey Robinson's classic "Cruisin," Jazze offers Sunday morning purring on the hook.

And on "Sugar On The Tongue" featuring Ludacris and Cee-Lo crooning on hook, Trick gets his freak on accompanied by country acoustic guitar strums. Comparing women to juicy fruits, he licks: "Orally I speak the truth/ Blacker the berry/ the sweeter the juice/ Florida oranges and Georgia peaches/ When they're nice and ripe/ They're the best for eating/ Southern boys- they be craving for a old/ Slice of pie after their main course."

On the floss-heavy "That's How We Ride," Trick enjoys the compensation for his labor. Beside self-proclaimed king of the south T.I., the duo spit game of digital dashboards in "Beemers and Benzes and Hummers and Chevys" atop old school 808 claps and the theme from horror flick "Halloween."

Packed with more bang than an ass full of hemorrhoids, Thug Matrimony: Married To The Streets is truly Trick Daddy's finest work to date. Marrying thought-provoking prose with real life heartbreak and guaranteed party favorites, Trick has truly outdone himself with a match made in thug heaven.

原名為Maurice Young的南岸饒舌高手Trick Daddy,自1996年在南岸鹹濕饒舌組合2 Live Crew之靈魂人物Luther Campball化名Luke推出排行暢銷單曲"Scarred"中使出渾身解數,友情跨刀,相當Powerful的音韻立刻加深聽眾對他的印象,也替Trick Daddy隔年推出的首張專輯「Based On A True Story」作暖身。接著「www.thug.com」於1998年發行的第二張個人大碟,透著強悍硬幫之氣的饒舌力道與厚實的貝斯聲線,並取樣了街頭百態之生活剪影,拼貼在自己的音樂當中,並於各傳媒的強力推薦下,此輯於當年也有著近百萬的銷售佳績,進而讓Trick Daddy聲勢大漲成為Slip-N-Slipe旗下最具代表性的藝人。

這幾年Trick Daddy在樂壇表現越來越巨大匠之風,銷售量硬是張張衝破百萬大關.

1 [内容被过滤,请注意论坛文明]ing around intro
2 [内容被过滤,请注意论坛文明]ing around ft. t.i young jeezy kase
3 lets go ft. twista lil jon
4 gangsta livin
5 these are the daze
6 i wanna sang
7 the childrens song
8 u neva know
9 sugar (gimme some) ft. ludacris cee-lo
10 skit
11 menage a trois ft. jazzy pha smoke murdah mark
12 t.o.d.d. ft. khia tampa tony
13 4 eva ft. jazzy pha
14 i cry ft. ron isely
15 thugs about ft. dirt bag
16 aint a thug ft. trey songs
17 down wit the south ft. ying yang twins trina







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