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Trinidad James - "Jame$ Woo Woo" | @Trinidadjamesgg

Off the heels of widespread acclaim, Trinidad-born and Atlanta-based multi-faceted artist Trinidad James releases his vibrant new track “Jame$ Woo Woo” via Gold Gang Records / Beach Wave Sound and ADA Worldwide. The track premieres as a Zane Lowe “World First” on Beats 1 today.  

“RIP the great call him James Brown,” Trinidad announces acapella style in the opening of “Jame$ Woo Woo” where he pays homage to the late James Brown. The horn and snare filled beat jumps in just as Trinidad’s recognizable flow, multi-dimensional lyrics, and uncanny word play cut through joining memorable quotes from Brown’s greatest hits.

About the song, Trinidad comments, “RIP the best entertainer ever. James Brown. ‘Jame$ Woo Woo’ is an ode to the greatness Mr. Brown left on this earth. Times have changed tremendously but artist vices are still the same and entertainment still matters. Woo Woo is Mr. Entertainer. The “WooWoo’s” Baby D and Eli along with Jame$ himself.”

“Jame$ Woo Woo” follows Trinidad’s previously released tracks + videos “UGLY,” praised by Complex as “striking,” and “Playli$t”. Both tracks have garnered critical acclaim from XXL, Hypebeast, HotNewHipHop, SOHH, and many others. 

“Jame$ Woo Woo”, “Playli$t” and “UGLY” will be featured on Trinidad’s highly anticipated upcoming album out in 2020.

Listen to "Jame$ Woo Woo" HERE


Multi-platinum Trinidad-born and Atlanta-based artist Trinidad James makes his presence known in music and beyond. He stands out as a songwriter whose discography includes music for the likes of Will Smith and Bad Bunny, as a co-host of Complex X Sole Collector’s Full Size Run, and as an entrepreneur with his own Gold Gang Records. 

In 2012, Trinidad exploded onto the scene with Don’t Be S.A.F.E. Amidst a heated major label bidding war, he signed to Def Jam and re-released Don’t Be S.A.F.E. as one of the year’s most-anticipated projects. Its lead single “All Gold Everything” transformed into a phenomenon, earned a platinum plaque, and provided the basis for the hook of Mark Ronson’s GRAMMY Award-winning diamond-certified “Uptown Funk” [feat. Bruno Mars], i.e. the iconic “Don’t believe me, just watch.” Bruno Mars even personally called him about the usage. He maintained a prolific pace in its aftermath. He appeared on the double-platinum remix of A$AP Ferg’s “Work” alongside A$AP Rocky, French Montana, and ScHoolboy Q. He dropped 10Pc. Mild a year later followed by No One Is Safe [2016], The Wake Up 2 [2017], Father Figga [2017], and Daddy Issues [2018], teaming up with everyone from Travis Scott and Young Thug to Gucci Mane and Lil Dicky. Amassing nearly 200 million streams on his catalog by 2019, he remains a sought-after collaborator with August Alsina enlisting him for the double-platinum “I Love This Shit” and Jaden tapping him for “Mission” in 2019. Not to mention, he has appeared in extensive features by Rolling Stone, Forbes, Revolt, and more. Everything sets the stage for his next release.


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