TRICK DADDY WANTS TO LEAVE HIS CURRENT LABEL “SLIP N SLIDE”
Slip-N-Slide exec Ted Lucas confirmed to popular hip-hop site SOHH.com that Trick Daddy has asked to be released from his contract, after problems with Slip-N-Slideâ€™s parent label, Atlantic Records.
As of today (October 3) he is still signed to Slip N Slide,â€ Lucas said. â€œHe has asked to be released from the label. We are in the process of making that decision; most likely Trick will no longer be on Slip N Slide going forward.
He wasnâ€™t happy with how his last project went with Atlantic records and that caused a little problem between me and him, because he felt I should have did some things that would have prevented the way it went out with Atlantic Lucas explained. His last album didnâ€™t do as well as previous albums did but I think Trick Daddy still has a great future. He is one of the best rappers to come out of the South period.