(AllHipHop News) Since the success of his new single, "All Gold Everything", Trinidad Jame$ has been running around from city to city, promoting his official mixtape release, Don't Be S.A.F.E . (Sensitive As F**k Everyday), which just hit the Internet.
The rapper recently stopped by the Air Traffic Control boutique in South Beach Miami, Florida for a meet and greet with fans for Don't Be S.A.F.E (Sensitive As F**k Everyday).
During his appearance, Trinidad Jame$ took a moment to speak with AllHipHop.com about a number of topics, including his homeland of Trinidad, what he was doing before Hip-Hop, and his plans for the New Year.
"I love it, it's really good. Of course, I made it. You can get it on LiveMixtapes.com, my website, and TrinidadJamesGG.com. Ten songs straight to the point let you know about Trinidad Jame$, an introduction to my life," he told AllHipHop.com.
Trinidad Jame$ discussed the challenges on coming to the United States and what he remembers of his homeland.
"It was a long time ago, it was something to get used to coming from Trinidad, with an accent coming to America," Trinidad Jame$ recalled. "The accent is hilarious to everyone who doesn't talk like that. What I remember about Trinidad is basically the weather is really nice all the time, my family is great, and the food is wonderful."
In 2013, Trinidad Jame$ promised to raise the level of awareness about his album and burgeoning rap career.
"My goal for 2013 is to have everyone familiar with my project and then just keep turning up, meeting new people, living life," Trinidad Jame$ told AllHipHop.com. "Building up and changing myself into a musical genius. I'm doing new music, but I'm still focused on my project."
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