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Thug Holiday Explicit Lyrics

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T Double D is back with his fifth album THUG HOLIDAY. The king of ghetto anthems has done it again with his hit single "In Da Wind" featuring Cee-Lo and Big Boi. By far his best work to date Trick continues to hit us with his unmatched ability to tackle serious issues while making us laugh at the same time. The range of subjects and issues that Trick attacks will make you think and cringe. He has grown as an artist and become more thought provoking in the delivery of his message. The album features guest appearances by Cee-Lo of Goodie Mob, Big Boi of Outkast, Baby of Cash Money, Trina, Scarface, LaTocha Scott, Jaban, Tre+6 and Rick Ross.

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When the late Tupac popularized the "thug" concept to describe his boisterous lifestyle, he couldn't have seen Trick coming. All of Miami-based Trick Daddy's albums (Thugs Are Us, Book of Thugs, www.thug.com) abuse this concept, and no one knows exactly why. On his fifth studio album, Trick flips more 'hood-centric, autobiographical rhymes on "Money & Drugs" and "Ain't No Santa," skillfully charting his rise from rags to, er, bitches. Sonically, this is Trick's most diverse album to date. While there are no clear-cut anthems like "I'm a Thug," "In da Wind" comes the closest, with progressive Atlanta rhyme-spitters Cee-Lo and Outkast's Big Boi guesting. Heck, even legendary soul singer Betty Wright's Children's Choir drops by to add some gospel flavor to "God's Been Good." While a large bulk of the collaborations add very little to the mix (Infa Red of Unda Presha and Tre+6's contributions are quite underwhelming), "Gangsta," featuring a rejuvenated Scarface, will win over those unfamiliar with Trick's hardcore street-poetry appeal. --Dalton Higgins
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (August 6, 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Slip-N-Slide / Atlantic
  • ASIN: B00006BTD5
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #63,411 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By SID on September 15, 2002
Format: Audio CD
This must be the week for thugs getting right with God. Like Dirty South godfather Scarface (who shows up here on "Gangsta"), Trick Daddy does indeed take a holiday of sorts from thuggery on his latest release. He once again enlists a children's choir, a la past tunes "I'm A Thug" and "Amerika," to ponder his blessings on the gospel-edged "God Been Good," and prays on the title track for gangstas not strong enough to make it in the streets, with an assist from Xscape's Latocha Scott. Yet while his tunes have come a long way from the tuneless Miami shout-outs of yore--the soulful single "In Da Wind," featuring a scene-stealing cameo from Cee-Lo, being a prime example--Thug Holiday still falls back on lyrical and musical cliches a bit too often to make it stand out in the increasingly inventive southern hip-hop landscape.
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Most people are just now catchin on to this dude, but hes been around for awhile now. i got every one of his CD's, and theyre all bad. Most people who review this would say ohh dang this CD is good, but they dont know anything. If you like Trick ad Scarface, youll like this CD. All his beats are tight like usual, and his lyrics are all real unlike 80% of other rappers. If you like down south stuff this is a CD to get. Most people who listen to Trick Daddy have only been listening to him since Thugs R Us or Chapter AK Verse 47. But for those who knew him back when his name was trick daddy dollars, you know his style will never change. He hasnt become a half R&B rapper like Ja Rule, Nelly, or others and his music will always be hard. Get this CD if you know anything about Southern music.
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While I'm not a real big Trick Daddy fan, I went ahead and bought this album for the single "In Da Wind". I can't say this is bad, but I can't say this is good either. Songs like "Ain't No Santa", "All I Need", and "Thug Holiday" are nice stand out songs, but the album in general is worth passing. Don't get me wrong, if your a big Trick Daddy fan then you'll probably love it. But this record just doesn't work for me.
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By 03mp on September 16, 2002
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I am probably an unusual new fan to Trick Daddy, since I come from the electronica camp (DJ Icey, Chemical Brothers, etc.) but since moving to the Bay Area and jamming to the 94.9 beats, I thought on a whim to give this CD a spin at one of those convenient listening stations.
Right off I recognized "In Da Wind" as one of my all time favs from this year. Before this I could not have told you who the artist was for a million dollars.
The samples sounded unusually rich and fun so I figured I would give it a try. This is the first black music album I have purchased since back in the old early 80's with Sugerhill.
First for me is sound and this CD completely delivers. The lyrics of rap can be downright annoying to me when they are inane, and especially exacerbating when they mask an otherwise excellent bounce. Well let me assure you that the Trick Daddy vocals on this album have that newer rhythm I am hearing in the music the past couple of years that is fun and musical rather than just boastful and mindless. Totally tight and delivering in a fun albeit aggressive way.
This is seriously fun music. Looses it's steam after the first six tracks, but those are great!! I love my alpine stereo system and this CD is going to stay amped up for months to come.
Now I just hope I can add a few more winners from the rap market and avoid the one hit wonders =)
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By A Customer on July 11, 2004
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I've always been a supporter of Trick Daddy even though I don't buy alot of his records. I think besides Outkast he's the most unique in the South right now. On the title track, TD talks politics and as you can see in the video, he talks about 2Pac and Biggie's beef when he says("oh no there's more, yeah two world wars"). I didn't know he was talking bout the East/West beef when I first heard it but after I saw the video I realized he was. Another favorite of mine is "Rain It Pours", a good hood song. The party tracks are a good listen to. "In Da Wind", "I'm A Thug", and "Play No Games" are all tight songs, but one of my favorites is "Ain't No Santa". The reason I gave this album a four is cuz there is a little filler on this. But if you skip past those songs, you get a good hood album and one of Trick's best.
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ok, tricks first cd ... had some tight joints like "Nanh", his second cd had that good joint, and his third cd, "Thugs R Us" had TAKE IT TO DA HOUSE and I'M A THUG which were both good so what happened? When i heard IN DA WIND i thought even though i hated there might be some tight tracks on it, at least enough to be worth the $19.99 i paid for it. well, it wasn't...
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THIS IS TRICK'S BEST CD SINCE ''BASED ON A TRUE STORY''. ON THIS ALBUM, TRICK DOES SOME OF THE BEST TRACKS HE'S DONE IN YEARS. THE BEST TRAKCS ARE ''ROCK N ROLL N***A'', ''IN DA WIND'' [THE REMIX], ''GANGSTA'', AND ''MONEY & DRUGS''. ASIDE FROM ''BASED ON A TRUE STORY'', THIS IS THE TRICK DADDY CD YOU HAVE TO OWN.
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I like this CD, Ive had it for over a year now, and i listen to it all the time. The best songs are all i need, dro in da wind, aint no santa,money and drugs, and play no games. This is a good CD, and i will definetly get his next one that is comng out soon.
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