Trinidad James is finally back with a solo joint. The artist dropped a music video for his new single “M.M.M.,” which stands from “Marilyn, Maryland, Marilyn.” The rapper dished on the meaning of the acronym.
The first “Marilyn” honors women’s celebration of their beauty like Monroe, the sex symbol. “Maryland” refers to a sports team win. The rapper describes the inspiration: “In 2001-02 Juan Dixon, Steve Blake, and the Maryland team won the national championship against some of the best college teams ever, especially being in the ACC. That took heart. And I wanna do a show in Baltimore because I never got a chance to.” The last “M.” points to Marilyn Manson: “Fearlessness is the main thing I ever think about when it comes to Marilyn Manson. I don’t agree with a lot of things about him. But when it comes to his artistry he has always been that guy.”