Trick Daddy, Thugs Are Us (2001)
Label: Slip-N-Slide, Atlantic
Waka Flocka Flame: “That was Miami for you. That shit was just some trap shit, some street shit. I didn't have no car [to listen to music in]. We rode in stolen cars-just keepin it real. I remember 'Naan Nigga' with Trina. Shit, Rick Ross was on that motherfucker but I ain't know. He had some hard verses on that Slip N Slide shit.
"That's when Eddy Golds was in style. Nigga had like four golds. Nigga was thugging. That shit just went with the program. If you was thuggin', you was listening to some thuggin-ass music, and Trick Daddy's shit was thugging. He was doing what Plies was doing. His shit was authentic.”