The Miami rap artist is currently working on a new autobiographical book, Allhiphop.com reported.
Is known as a rap artist, Trick Daddy is invading the world of literature. The rapper and Dunk Ryder Record label CEO has revealed to Allhiphop.com he's currently working on a new autobiographical book.
The book, which has yet to be titled, will offer readers "Trick Daddy's personal, honest account of his life, from his upbringing in Miami's notorious Liberty Square Housing Development (aka the "Pork'n'Beans Projects"), to his successes in the entertainment industry," Allhiphop.com claimed. Still according to the site, the book will also "discuss the effects of gentrification and the drug trade on Miami's African-American community, challenging the somewhat glamorized version of the city's ongoing criminal element shown in films like Scarface, television programs like CSI Miami and video games like Grand Theft Auto."
"The book is amazing already," so Trick Daddy said about his upcoming autobiography. "I have a writer, I have a agent already shopping the book, and actually, I think we'll have a book deal by next week."
No exact date just yet on when the book will hit the stores, but it's been claimed that it is set to be launched later this year.