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Premiere: Trinidad James Sets the Court on Fire in “M.M.M. (Marilyn Maryland Marilyn)” Video

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Trinidad James returns with the official video for his new track called “M.M.M. (Marilyn Maryland Marilyn).”

The Atlanta rapper began teasing the track earlier this month on social media, posting a series of images of Maryland alumnus Juan Dixon and rockstar Marilyn Manson.

Each “M” in the title represents someone or something important to James:

  • Marilyn: Women celebrating their beauty comes from trailblazers like Marilyn Monroe.
  • Maryland: In 2001-02 Juan Dixon, Steve Blake, and the Maryland team won the national championship against some of the best college teams ever, especially being in the ACC. That took heart. And I wanna do a show in Baltimore because I never got a chance to.
  • Marilyn: Fearlessness is the main thing I ever think about when it comes to Marilyn Manson. I don’t agree with a lot of things about him. But when it comes to his artistry he has always been that guy.

Though “Marilyn Maryland Marilyn” is a straightforward video, it’s also a solid reminder of TJ’s humor. The rapper is seen on a deserted basketball court, where he shoots a fireball and grooms his relaxed hair, before setting his mane ablaze.

When asked to comment on the new record and video, James simply said: “Vanity, Heart, Fearlessness…..Marilyn Maryland Marilyn. #DAD.” You can check out the visual above.

“Marilyn Maryland Marilyn” is produced by Harry Fraud, and is available to stream now on Spotify and Apple Music.


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If you missed James’ entertaining appearance on Sole Collector‘s Full Size Run from earlier this year, check that out below.

Article written by Joshua Espinoza #Complex

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MGK Drops ‘Binge’ EP | 2DOPEBOYZ

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In case you’ve been living under a rock, Machine Gun Kelly has been in a back-and-forth battle with Eminem over … well, who knows (or cares) at this point.

Considering this is the most attention he’s received throughout his entire career, the Cleveland native decided to take advantage by releasing a new EP called Binge.

Locked in at nine songs, including his “Rap Devil” diss towards Em, the project holds a lone feature from 24hrs while MGK handles the rest himself.

Check it out below and, if you like what you hear, add the EP on your preferred streaming platform.


MGK also recently sat down with The Breakfast Club to discuss the Em situation, his beef with G-Eazy, Diddy, and playing Tommy Lee in an upcoming biopic.

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Moneybagg Yo – “OKAY” f. Future

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After a pretty serious mixtape run (including a couple Heartless tapes and a few Federal projects), Moneybagg Yo is finally ready to release his debut album, Reset.

Dropping November 2nd, the Memphis native kicks off the campaign with the project’s lead single, “OKAY” with Future.

Check out the 808 Mafia-laced cut below.

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Young Dolph Drops ‘Role Model’ Album

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It’s Dolph!

After kicking off the year with his Ni**as Get Shot Everyday EP, Young Dolph is back with his first full-length release of the year, Role Model.

Locked in at 14 tracks—including “By Mistake” and “Major” with Key Glock—Role Model comes equipped with features from Snoop Dogg, Offset, and Kash Doll.

Check it out below and be sure to add the album on your preferred streaming platform.


Young Dolph Drops ‘Role Model’ Album was last modified: September 21st, 2018 by Shake

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