Trials & Tribulations

Album: Trials & Tribulations (2013)
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  • The title track of Ace Hood's fourth album finds Ace Hood detailing his trials and tribulations. They range from the deaths of the South Florida rapper's grandmother, his homie Dale and his baby daughter, Lyric, to Ace's early rap career when no money was coming in. The song was produced by Ace's frequent collaborators, The Renegades.
  • Ace references the haters who doubted him on his first three albums:

    "They was laughing at me then
    Ain't no laughing at me now."

    The rapper told MTV News: "A lot of people count you out, you still continue to walk through those barriers and keep your head high and keep moving in life."


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