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Talented, charismatic, energetic, and magnetic are simply a few adjectives to describe the young rising star Baby Triggy. Hailing from Queens, NY this now 16 year old hip-hop phenomenon possesses the ability to control a stage, engaging the audience in fresh, fun, and skilled lyrics with the “swagger” of any hip-hop notable in the music industry.

Baby Triggy has been making appearances at different venues and special events throughout New York City. On October 21, 2008 Baby Triggy hit the stage at the Public Assembly for the Annual Mix-Tape (Justo) Award’s “Mix-tape Master’s Marathon Showcase”, featuring Joell Ortiz. Baby Triggy received great feedback from the crowd as he spit his “playground, school yard” rendition of Biggie’s “The Warning.”

Baby Triggy also performed for legendary hip-hop artist Coolio at Hot 97 Peter Rosenberg’s contest for Coolio’s new reality show. With Violator Management behind him, Baby Triggy works diligently in school as well as pursuing his music career.

A few days later on October 28th, Baby Triggy made an red carpet appearance at the Manhattan Center for the Entertainer’s 4 Education Alliance & Hot 97’s “Stay In School Concert”, which promoted education and it’s importance. Baby Triggy hit the stage with some of music’s favorites like Ryan Leslie, Juelz Santana, Jim Jones, David Banner, Maino, and Cheri Dennis to name a few. Baby Triggy received an enormous amount of support and praise.

On October 30, 2011, Baby Triggy put out a new song “What’s Happening” (featuring Lil Wayne) on his YouTube channel. As of November 30, the song has gotten nearly 6,000 views and Baby Triggy continues to have a growing fan base. He’s set up to have a great career, and he’s only getting started.

Edited by thenewshaq8991 on 30 Nov 2011, 06:32

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