Trick Daddy Biography
Trick Daddy’s’ real name is Maurice Samuel Young. He is an American rapper and producer from Miamis’s Liberty City. He was born on September 27, 1974.
Trick Daddy Age
Trick Daddy is 44 years of age as of 2018.
Trick Daddy Net Worth
Trick has an estimate net worth of $100 thousand dollars. Trick listed his assets between $100,000 and $500,000 however he owes between $500,001 and $1 million to various creditors. His house is worth $417,000, he has $2,500 in furniture, $150 in clothing and $400 in jewelry. The rapper said he has no cash on hand, in the bank or in investments, but does own $10,000 in stock in the company Trick & Rick Music Publishing.
He pays $57,000 in back child support, $280,000 left on his home’s mortgage and $290,000 to the IRS. Trick said he’s made just $17,000 so far this year, way down from the $75,000 he said he brought in the year before.
Trick Daddy Personal Life
Trick Daddy announced that lupus has affected his skin, and that he has stopped taking medication to combat the disease. The rapper’s rationale for refusing treatment was that for every medicine they gave him he had to take a test so to make sure that medicine had no side effects on kidney or liver. Trick said he would not take any medicine. Trick Daddy has been declared bankrupt three times, the latest of which came on the day his home was to be foreclosed upon and auctioned away.
Trick Daddy Thugs Are Us
Thugs Are Us is rapper Trick Daddys’ fourth studio album released on March 20, 2001, on Slip-n-Slide Records. Thugs Are Us debuted at number 4 on the Billboard 200 with 116,000 copies sold in the first week released. At number 17 on the Billboard Hot 100, was the single “I’m a Thug” peaked making it the rapper’s second highest charting single. With an excess of 1 million copies sold, it has been platinum by the RIAA making it Trick Daddy’s best selling CD. The album is now out of print.Trick Daddy Photo
Trick Daddy Career
From Luke’s 1996 album Uncle Luke, Trick appeared on the track “Scarred” by former 2 Live Crew member Luther “Luke” Campbell, Produced by Darren “DJ Spin” Rudnick. It then became a hit that immediately caught the attention of fans and record producers alike. A former concert promoter and then-CEO of Slip-n-Slide Records Ted Lucas, signed the rapper to the newly formed record label. Trick Daddy Dollars’ debut album was released by Slip-n-Slide Based on a True Story in 1997; the album was popular in the Miami area.
When his next album www.thug.com was released in 1998, Trick removed “Dollars” from his stage name. Club-oriented track “Nann Nigga”, that featured Trina, became a national hit, peaking at the third spot of the Billboard Hot Rap Singles chart. Atlantic Records signed Trick Daddy to the label in 2000 and released Book of Thugs: Chapter AK Verse 47 that year. “Shut Up”, which Jason Birchmeier of allmusic considered Trick’s “rowdiest club hit yet”, was the lead single from Book of Thugs.
America, his next single, was a poignant political track that writer Omar Burgess compared to other sociological tracks in Trick’s catalog such as “Ain’t No Santa”. Thugs Are Us, released in 2001, featured the hit single “I’m a Thug” released March 20, 2001 which reached number 17 on the Billboard Hot 100. Thug Holiday boasted “In da Wind”, his fifth album which Birchmeier believed was Trick Daddy’s most creative single. Married To The Streets was released in 2004.
It was thugs matrimonial with hit single “Let’s Go”, produced by Lil Jon, featuring Twista and sampling the guitar riffs from the Ozzy Osbourne hit “Crazy Train”. He guest performed that year on the Ying Yang Twins’ “What’s Happnin!”, which reached number 30 on the Hot 100, number 7 on the Rhythmic Top 40 and number 9 on the Hot Rap Singles. “Let’s Go” peaked on number 7 on the Hot 100, number 4 on the Rhythmic Top 40 and number 4 on Hot Rap Tracks.
Back By Thug Demand followed in 2006, with singles “Bet That” and “Tuck Ya Ice” charting on the Tracks chart and the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles. This album launched the career of Trick Daddy’s Group, Dunk Ryders with their record “Damn Right” featuring Dray Skky, and Trick’s Joint Venture Label Deal with Cash Money Records. Trick Daddy appeared on several singles by DJ Khaled: “Born-N-Raised” following Back By Thug Demand in 2006 from Listennn… the Album in 2006 and in 2007.
“I’m So Hood” from We the Best, in 2008 “Out Here Grindin'” from We Global, all among numerous other rappers. At number 83, Born-N-Raised peaked on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles, and “I’m So Hood” peaked at number 19 on the Hot 100 and #5 on the Hot Rap Tracks. He appeared on Pitbull’s 2007 album The Boatlift. In 2008, Trick Daddy left Slip-n-Slide and released his 8th studio album Finally Famous: Born a Thug Still a Thug on September 25, 2009, under his own Dunk Ryder Records label, which by now had grown.
They include fellow Miami artists Ice “Billion” Berg, Fella, Bad Guy, Kasino, A-Dot, NoLove, Dutch Dirty and Gold Rush, afterwards which eventually parted ways with the label to start their own independent ventures. He featured Young Jeezy in a single, called “I Can’t Leave These Streets Alone”, and then was featured on the track “This Is For You”, from Jeezy’s latest album, released in December 2011, Thug Motivation 103: Hustlerz Ambition. Trick Daddy released a mixtape entitled Dick & Dynamite as a prequel to his upcoming album release in July 2012.
His classic hits and his new releases, have had him continue to tour the United States, performing a mix of both.
Trick Daddy Discography
- 1997: Based on a True Story
- 1998: thug.com
- 2000: Book of Thugs: Chapter AK Verse 47
- 2001: Thugs Are Us
- 2002: Thug Holiday
- 2004: Thug Matrimony: Married to the Streets
- 2006: Back by Thug Demand
- 2009: Finally Famous: Born a Thug, Still a Thug
- 2012: Dick & Dynamite
- 2014: U Already Know
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