Trinidad Jame$ Is Ready To Move On After Losing Def Jam Deal
Trinidad Jame$, who rose to fame in 2012 for his hit record “All Gold,” before inking a reported $2 million deal with Def Jam, made headlines earlier this month after he confirmed he was dropped by the storied label.
Releasing two records since breaking the news over Twitter (“Doin Me,” and “No Excuses”), the Atlanta rapper sat with REVOLT, to talk about his new-found focus and being ready to move on. "For me, I'm just focusing on the people who actually show me love. I know the hate is there, I respect it," he admitted, before continuing, "I [feel] like everybody knows that I don't give a f—k."
Focused on moving on to the next chapter, by way of his same backers pre and post Def Jam, Think It's A Game Records, the Gold Gand rapper is arming himself with a brand new mixtape expected to arrive on September 23rd, and regardless of the chatter about losing his deal, he's going to continue what he knows best: 'doin' me.'
"At the end of the day, what I want people to know is that I continued to be who I am and not what people want me to be," he said. "And through it all, I'm still going to smile."
Check back with REVOLT on Monday (August 18) for our extended and exclusive interview with Trinidad Jame$.