News: Lola Monroe, Trina & Cassie Undress Trinidad James' All-Gold Swag [Audio]
Friday, Jan 25, 2013 12:05PM
Weeks after getting remixed by French Montana, T.I. and Young Jeezy, Atlanta rapper Trinidad James' "All Gold Everything" is now getting a touch of female power courtesy of Cassie, Trina and Lola Monroe.
On the new "All Gold, All Girls" track, the threesome put their vocal skills to work over James' addictive tune.
Bad Boy's own, Cassie, returns to the interwebs today with a new joint for our listening pleasures called "All Gold, All Girls". The track finds Cassie linking up with her girlfriends Trina and Lola Monroe, as they give us their take on "All Gold Everything". The ladies take the wildly infectious single by Trinidad James and decide to do their thing, and they don't disappoint. The track takes on a different feel at the beginning before getting into the real instrumental, in which they show off their respective skills. Good effort, but I'll take the original anyday. (Stupid Dope)
A few weeks ago, French Montana remixed the catchy radio anthem.
Get ready for a sh*t load of remixes, because they're coming. The first "All Gold Everything (Remix)" comes from Bad Boy rapper French Montana, who linked up with Trinidad Jame$ these past few weeks. "I popped a molly, can't sleep/I popped a molly, can't eat/bad batch, my n*gga/don't pass that sh*t to me/I'm high, my n*gga/ stop talking that sh*t to me," raps French Montana. (Global Grind)
James has received ample co-signs since last year from 50 Cent to Meek Mill.
"Trinidad James is spitting that fire right now," Meek said in an interview. "He's shining, he's living, he's buzzing fast. He's doing his thing. All love. You know what I'm saying? He's a cool homie. I met him a couple of times, he's a cool boy. He's doing his thing." (Rap-Up TV)
This week, Def Jam VP of A&R Sha Money XL addressed some fan backlash Trinidad has received but noted how popular "All Gold Everything" is.
"I think it's really still about the music. Trinidad [James] created a record that everyone can say they liked," he said. "No matter how much they make fun of him and mash him up with the jokes, they like the d*mn ['All Gold Everything'] record. Music is music. The formula, when you talk about mixtapes and how you put content out, you have the seed to plant. You create awareness, and you grow. That's a formula we all see. But I think the ultimate part of the formula is that the music has gotta be dope." (HHDX)
Check out "All Gold, All Girls":