Trinidad James Says Atlanta Owns NYC Hip-Hop: ‘We Run Y’all’

'Every n---a that's really poppin' out of New York, he might as well tell you he from Atlanta,' James tells a Brooklyn concert crowd.

Most artists try to appeal to local crowds when they hit the road, but Atlanta MC Trindad James did the exact opposite on Tuesday night when he performed in Brooklyn, New York.

James took the stage at Converse’s Rubber Tracks studios and seemingly started off with good intentions, first praising Kendrick Lamar for pushing more than a million copies of his good kid, m.A.A.d city, then questioning the California rapper’s motives on Big Sean’s “Control” where he implied that he was the “king of New York.”

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