Trick Daddy and award-winning journalist and NBC NiteCap host Peter Bailey discuss working together on the rap legend's critically acclaimed memoir, an odyssey that's lasted three years which culminated into a indelible friendship.
If he vaporizes it,and cook it in foods,it may cure him,but he has to nake sure it's not that bonk,it has to be that real potent shit.Keepskatin
Trick has aged quicker than expected due to Lupus . He still don't take care of himself like he is suppose to he still smoking that bonk and drinking which is making his health go down even father .xmannn2013
TRICK DADDY REALEST RAPPER FROM DA M.I.AUpper Echelon
is that Nathalie Pozo?RHHH
Trick Daddy should have taken better care of his health over the years, but as a Southern Floridian myself it's very appealing to have the setting being this beautiful landscape of paradise being populated with drug addicts, rabid poverty, violence within disputing members of the minorities throughout the community. As well as, but not limited too, massive corruption within the structure of government.John Fee
Award-winning and media entrepreneur takes his critically-acclaimed NiteCap series back to his native US Virgin Islands for the third time. This time he features local boxer and celebrity chef Julius Jackson alongside high school students throughout the territory.
Peter Bailey debuts the first episode of his interactive new series sharing the real life stories of America's most promising young entrepreneurs of color in an entertaining format integrating theatrical and musical performances. Up first Brian Brackeen, whose facial recognition company earned him recognition as "tech entrepreneur of the year" by Black Enterprise magazine shares his provocative story.
Award-winning Author Peter Bailey takes viewers on a journey to the past in re-telling the story of how he was inspired to create his new series "NiteCap Next" focused on empowering entrepreneurs of color.
Peter Bailey holds a round-table discussion with some of America's most successful black CEOs in which they discussed the challenges young entrepreneurs face. Global Automotive Alliance Chairman Dr. William Pickard, Angel Investor James Kelley & Christine Franklin, President of Cherokee Enterprises, Inc offer their entrepreneurial advice in this riveting sit-down