Trick Daddy has become one of the most diverse and recognizable voices in hip-hop today. Not only has Trick been able to appeal to mainstream masses with a handful of platinum albums, but he also kept his grassroots fanbase satisfied with true-to-life lyrics and trunk-rattling beats. Now after continually reporting from the mean streets of his Miami-Dade County stomping grounds to a loyal following, Trick Daddy returns with a flawless seventh album, aptly titled Back by Thug Demand.
Trick Daddy has become one of the most diverse and recognizable voices in hip-hop today. Not only has Trick been able to appeal to mainstream masses with a handful of platinum albums, but he also kept his grassroots fanbase satisfied with true-to-life lyrics and trunk-rattling beats. Now after continually reporting from the mean streets of his Miami-Dade County stomping grounds to a loyal following, Trick Daddy returns with a flawless seventh album, aptly titled Back by Thug Demand.
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Trick Daddy has become one of the most diverse and recognizable voices in hip-hop today. Not only has Trick been able to appeal to mainstream masses with a handful of platinum albums, but he also kept his grassroots fanbase satisfied with true-to-life lyrics and trunk-rattling beats. Now after continually reporting from the mean streets of his Miami-Dade County stomping grounds to a loyal following, Trick Daddy returns with a flawless seventh album, aptly titled Back by Thug Demand.

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''Back by Thug Demand'' is the seventh studio album by American rapper Trick Daddy. It was released on December 19, 2006, under Slip-n-Slide Records/Atlantic Records. The album features Chamillionaire, Trey Songz, 8 Ball, Young Buck, Webbie, Jaheim, Gold Ru$h, Trina, Birdman and others. ''Book of Thugs: Part II'' was the tentative title name for the album before he changed it. The first single for the album is "Bet That" featuring Chamillionaire and Gold Rush, with production from The Runners. The second single was going to be "Straight Up" featuring Young Buck, but it was changed to "Tuck Ya Ice" featuring Birdman. - Wikipedia

"People say keeping it real is a hard thing to do," Trick told Billboard recently. "Keeping it real is easy. Being fake and being soft is hard to do." If only more rappers would rise to that challenge of faux wussiness.