Rapper Tony Jones has released “The Trill Album,” his autobiography about life after moving from Teas to Los Angeles. “Rent’s Due” begins the album, detailing the struggle he went through moving into the big city. Songs like “Catch A Case,” “They Don’t Really,” and “Show Me The Money,” highlight the ups and downs through Tony Jones’ transition into LA life. In “Flex On Your Ex,” Tony Jones explains his stability and come up on the ex-girlfriend who doubted that his dreams could come true while dedicating “Ridin” to the new love in his life.


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