Synonyms for trigga or Related words with trigga

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Trigga Reloaded is the reissue of American singer Trey Songz' sixth studio album "Trigga" (2014). It was released on June 23, 2015, by Songbook and Atlantic Records. Released eleven months after the original, "Trigga Reloaded" features four newly recorded songs. Songz announced its reissue on an Instagram post with the album's original release date.
In 2011 Hardcore Uproar was reworked in various versions by Manchester rapper Trigga and Italian vocalist Sushy.
In 2015, Rich Kidd was featured as a rapper in Canadian singer Esma Salemé's single, "Soul Trigga".
"Who Asked You" contains a small part of the song "Nobody's Fault" by Aerosmith. "Get Off Me Dog" samples Spice 1 "Trigga Happy" from 187 He Wrote.
In 1996 Trigga was on No Doubt's roster. In 1999 the brothers were signed to Tommy Boy Records to work on an album "Dying To Live".
"Touchin, Lovin" is a song by American singer Trey Songz, taken from his sixth studio album, "Trigga" (2014). The song features production from The Featherstones and a guest verse from Trinidadian rapper Nicki Minaj, This is their second collaboration together, the first being "Bottoms Up". The song interpolates The Notorious B.I.G. and R. Kelly's song "Fuck You Tonight". The track was released on September 9, 2014 as the sixth official single from "Trigga".
Upon its release, the album was met with positive reviews from critics, who praised "Trigga's" production, The album fared well commercially, debuting at number one on the US "Billboard" 200. The album was supported by five official singles: "Na Na", "SmartPhones", "Foreign", "Change Your Mind" and "Touchin, Lovin" featuring Nicki Minaj. "Trigga" has been available in a repackaged version, titled "Trigga Reloaded", as of June 2015.
On February 15, 2014, Trey Songz announced that the title to his sixth studio album would be called "Trigga" and announced it would be released on June 30, 2014.
Along with singles, music videos were produced for the songs: "Streiht Up Menace" by MC Eiht, and "Trigga Gots No Heart" by Spice 1. It has been certified Platinum by the RIAA since October 11, 1994.
In 2005, Grant was a featured vocalist on the Cloak-n-Dagga (a rap group composed of rappers Canibus and Phoenix Orion) album "Def Con Zero", on the song "Gold Trigga".
"Beat of Life" is a 2003 single by DJ Tomekk from the album "Beat of Life Vol. 1". It features Ice-T, Sandra Nasić and Trigga Tha Gambla. The song peaked at No. 12 in Germany.
Martín Caballero of "USA Today" said, "Trey Songz's engaging sixth album, "Trigga", is a statement of intent — not of a bold new direction, but rather of the singer's determination to solidify the hitmaker's pedigree he's worked hard to earn." Julia LeConte of "Now" stated, ""Trigga" is smooth and singable, with its share of gems. "Change Your Mind" is the most initially catchy (in that vanilla, Jason Derülo way) and "Foreign (Remix)" begs for repeat spins." Erin Lowers of "XXL" said, "Filled with lust, desire and sexual journeys, Trey Songz reaches an expected level of mainstream success with "Trigga", and while safe is always encouraged during sexual acts, perhaps Trey could’ve taken a few more risks with this album."
The biggest song in Spice's career was "Trigga Gots No Heart", from both the "Menace II Society" soundtrack and his album "187 He Wrote". However, at the same time he released "Trigga Gots No Heart", fellow rapper MC Eiht also had a hit single, "Streiht Up Menace", from the soundtrack which took the number one spot. In 1999 Spice 1 released his last album with Jive, "Immortalized". Though it received good reviews, it was not well promoted and didn't sell as expected. According to Spice 1, he left Jive Records because they wanted him to clean up his image.
While Songz was serving as a supporting guest on the European leg of The Pinkprint Tour with Nicki Minaj, in support of his last album "Trigga" (2014), along with Chris Brown and Tyga was doing sold-out shows on the Between The Sheets Tour. He released the EP as a surprise to keep his fans from waiting for new material until "Trigga: Reloaded" and "Tremaine" are released later in 2015. The second part was released in May, which added six more tracks to the EP, the whole thing was dropped on iTunes.
"Trigga" was met with generally positive reviews from music critics. At Metacritic, which assigns a normalized rating out of 100 to reviews from critics, the album received an average score of 69, which indicates "generally positive reviews", based on 9 reviews. Andy Kellman of AllMusic said, "This is, no doubt, one of the most flagrantly lecherous commercial R&B albums of its time. It also has sharp hooks and slick productions to spare." Anupa Mistry of "Spin" stated, ""Trigga" ... [is] a sublime, soulful convergence of the sonic minimalism and oil-slicked synths of today's hip-hop and R&B (courtesy, mostly, of Young Thug and Migos-famous producer Dun Deal), and its sound provides a charismatic contrast to its almost anhedonic pursuit of pleasure." Paul MacInnes of "The Guardian" said, "It might all feel a little mechanical, but "Trigga" does hang together, and has a seductive power that (one presumes) is befitting of the man himself." Matt Fruchtman of "Slant Magazine" stated, "At times, Songz's lyrics venture into personal territory: "Y.A.S. (You Ain't Shit)" displays both genuine self-loathing and anger that's a stark contrast to the arrogant persona featured throughout the bulk of the album. This kind of vulnerability is refreshing, but "Trigga" is otherwise designed like a Hollywood blockbuster: squandered talent, obvious themes, and fleeting moments of creative excellence that stick among the clichés."
The Between The Sheets Tour was a co-headlining concert tour by American recording artists Chris Brown and Trey Songz, along with rapper Tyga supporting, in support of their sixth studio albums "X" and "Trigga", respectively. The tour began on January 27, 2015 in Hampton, Virginia and ended on March 18, 2015 in Greensboro, North Carolina.
Whilst still with the Guano Apes, Nasić featured on Apocalyptica's 2001 single "Path Vol. 2", which reached No. 4 in Finland, and on DJ Tomekk's 2003 single "Beat Of Life" (along with Ice-T and Trigga Tha Gambla) which reached No. 12 in Germany.
Trigga, also Trigger tha Gambler (born Tawan Smith), is an American East Coast rapper. He is the younger brother of Damon Smith aka Smoothe da Hustler, and first became known for his "aggressive hardcore flow" on his brother's 1995 hit single "Broken Language".
"Foreign" is a song by American singer Trey Songz, released on May 13, 2014. The song serves as the third single from his sixth studio album, "Trigga" which was released on July 1, 2014. American record producers Soundz and "The Insomniaks" co-produced the track.
On May 24, 2011, the album was reissued as a double album alongside a bonus DVD. The bonus material features 9 bonus tracks and rare footage of the band's appearances on Portland cable Public-access television program The Sista Social Show, a live performance at Portland's Meow-Meow and music videos for the album tracks "Trigga Hiccups" and "Cough Coughing".