Trinidad James backs his statement about the music industry on record

By Erika Benton-Martin ( | Nov 16, 2013 10:12 PM EST
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Trinidad James is standing firm on his statements he made at a New York performance earlier this week. The rapper released a new track addressing the issue.

After a Twitter war with New York rapper Maino, James hit the studio and let out any remaining frustration toward the music industry.

James premiered the track called "L.I.A.A.R.$" on Atlanta's Streetz 94.5. The title means "Lame$ Always$ Acting Real...$ure."

James opens the track by asking and answering "So I'm crazy? Yes I am." L.I.A.A.R.$ is  no holds barred type of track and James even used this track as an opportunity to call a few people out.

On the first verse, he calls out Hot 97 radio personality Peter Rosenberg. "Rosenberg tried me/Almost hit him in the s---/God said 'spare him' now we best of friends," James raps.

And it gets better. James went on to call out Power 105.1's Charlamagne tha God. James give Charlamagne a fair warning rapping, "Ain't no God for Charlamagne if he try me again."

James isn't backing down from any of his naysayers, calling himself a "prophet in the booth."

But James' attempt to possibly fuel the ATL vs. New York beef was nearly failed. His track release didn't spark up as much controversy as his previous rant.

Charlamagne called the rapper "two teeth James" on the radio, while Rosenberg simply tweeted, "Tomorrow we got @TrinidadJamesGG calling into the show..should be interesting."

What are your thoughts on the ATL vs. New York debate? Check out Trinidad James' new track.

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