Who Is Trinidad James, Trinidadian-American Rapper?




Nicholaus Joseph Williams, better known as Trinidad James, is a Trinidadian-American rapper. Born in Trinidad and Tobago’s Port of Spain. Trinidad James’ family relocated several times, first to Canada, then to Florida, then to the Bronx, and finally to Atlanta. Because he moved so frequently, he had to adjust to his new surroundings more than once. Due to a head injury, he shared in an interview, “I had a head injury when I was younger, I was walking on some stone steps in Trinidad and missed a step, and when I fell, I split open my head in the middle.”

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Before he started rapping, James managed the Atlanta clothing boutique Top of the Underground. On December 20, 2012, Def Jam Records released the single “All Gold Everything,” written by James and produced by Devon Gallapsy. The son reached number ten on the Billboard R&B chart, number nine on the Billboard Hot Hip-Hop chart, and number 36 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. It was also ranked 35th on Billboard’s list of the best 50 songs of 2012, and Trinidad James won a Grammy in 2013.


Def Jam re-released the album Don’t Be S.A.F.E. in January 2013, which included the remix to “All Gold Everything,” which featured rappers 2 Chainz, T.I., and Young Jeezy. At the 2014 BET Awards Ceremony, James shared the Coca-Cola Viewers’ Choice Award with rapper August Alsina for the song “I Love This Shit.” In 2019, James was named the host of the YouTube talk show “Full-Size Run.”



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