Trick Daddy was born on September 27, 1974, at Jackson Memorial Health Center in Miami, Florida. His mommy, Pearl Brockington of South Carolina, raised him and his 10 siblings and also sis in the Liberty Square apartment complex in Freedom City. The building where he grew up was colloquially called "Pork-N-Beans" of the color of the apartment or condo doors. His dad Charles Young was a local pander and would take in Trick as well as his brother Derek "Hollywood" Harris, to cope with him when he was a teenager. While he dealt with his papa, they started to deal crack cocaine on the streets. At 15 years of ages, Youthful was arrested for drug and weapon possession. The day he was released, Young was arrested on an attempted-murder charge for shooting a guy during a road battle. He was founded guilty and also sent to prison at 20 years old. In 1994, his brother was fired and eliminated while he was still put behind bars. After he was launched from jail, Ted Lucas, owner of Slip-N-Slide Records, prompted Youthful to concentrate on a rap job as well as avoid of the roads.
Trick Daddy showed up on the track "Marked" by previous 2 Live Crew member Luther "Luke" Campbell, Created by Darren "DJ Spin" Rudnick, from Luke's 1996 cd Uncle Luke. The song became a hit as well as instantly caught the focus of fans and record producers alike. Ted Lucas, a previous concert marketer as well as then-CEO of Slip-n-Slide Records, authorized the rap artist to the newly created document tag. Slip-n-Slide launched Technique Dad Dollars' launching album Based upon a Real Story in 1997; the cd was popular in the Miami area.
In 1998, when his following album www.thug.com was launched, Trick eliminated "Dollars" from his stage name. Club-oriented track "Nann Nigga", featuring Trina, came to be a nationwide hit, coming to a head at the 3rd place of the Signboard Hot Rap Singles graph. Atlantic Records authorized Technique Dad to the label in 2000 and released Publication of Thugs: Phase AK Knowledgeable 47 that year. "Shut Up", which Jason Birchmeier of allmusic considered Trick's "rowdiest club hit yet", was the lead single from Publication of Thugs. His following solitary, "America" (including Culture), was a poignant political track that author Omar Citizen compared to other sociological tracks in Trick's magazine such as "Ain't No Santa".
Ruffians Are United States, released in 2001, included the hit solitary "I'm a Criminal" (released March 20, 2001) which reached # 17 on the Signboard Hot 100. His fifth album Punk Holiday boasted "In da Wind", which Birchmeier believed was Trick Daddy's a lot of innovative single. In 2004, Criminal Matrimony: Married To The Streets was launched, with hit single "Let's Go", created by Lil Jon, including Twista, as well as tasting the guitar riffs from the Ozzy Osbourne struck "Crazy Train". That year, Trick Dad guest-performed on the Ying Yang ' "What's Happnin!", which got to # 30 on the Hot 100, # 7 on the Balanced Leading 40, as well as # 9 on the Hot Rap Singles. "Let's Go" peaked on # 7 on the Hot 100, # 4 on the Rhythmic Top 40, as well as # 4 on Hot Rap Tracks. Back By Goon Need followed in 2006, with singles "Wager That" as well as "Tuck Ya Ice" charting on the Warm R&B/ Hip-Hop Songs & Tracks chart. This album launched the occupation of Trick Daddy's Team, Dunk Ryders with their record "Damn Right" featuring Dray Skky, as well as Trick Daddy's Joint Endeavor Label Handle Cash Money Loan Records.
Complying With Back By Criminal Need, Trick Daddy's Father appeared on several songs by DJ Khaled: "Born-N-Raised" in 2006 from Listennn ... the Cd in 2006, "I'm So Hood" from We the Best in 2007, as well as "Out Below Grindin'" from We Global in 2008, all among many various other rappers. "Born-N-Raised" came to a head at # 83 on the Hot R&B/ Hip-Hop Singles, and "I'm So Hood" peaked at # 19 on the Hot 100 and # 5 on the Warm Rap Tracks. He appeared on Pitbull's 2007 cd The Boatlift. Trick Father left Slip-n-Slide in 2008 as well as released his 8th studio cd Finally Famous: Born a Hooligan Still a Goon on September 25, 2009, under his own Dunk Ryder Records label, which by now had expanded to consist of fellow Miami musicians Ice "Billion" Berg, Fella, Crook, Kasino, A-Dot, NoLove, Dutch Dirty as well as Gold Rush, a lot of which ultimately split means with the label to begin their own independent endeavors. He launched a solitary featuring Young Jeezy, called "I Can't Leave These Streets Alone", and after that was featured on the track "This Is For You", from Jeezy's latest cd, Ruffian Motivation 103: Hustlerz Passion, released in December 2011. In July 2012, Technique Daddy launched a mixtape qualified Penis & Dynamite as a prequel to his upcoming cd release. He remains to tour the USA, doing a mix of both his traditional hits and his brand-new launches.
In 1993, Trick Daddy was convicted of drug property, lugging a hidden weapon and also violating probation and offered 15 months in Florida state prison. After that in February 2003, he was apprehended on weapon costs adhering to a dispute at a basketball game, and also once more in September 2003 after authorities located drug and marijuana in his pocket. He pleaded guilty to cocaine and weapons fees and got probation.
On April 3, 2014, he was apprehended outside of his home in Miramar, Florida. According to his arrest report, he was caught by authorities who were surveying his house under the suspicion that he was running a grow house. Once authorities entered his house with a warrant as well as medication sniffing dogs, they reportedly located one gram of cocaine in Technique Daddy's bed room, together with a 9mm pistol and also ammo in one more bedroom. Cops billed Youthful with possession of cocaine, property of a gun and ammunition by a founded guilty offender, as well as driving with a suspended license. The adhering to early morning, he was launched on $6,100 bond.