According to a feature in the Detroit Free Press, Trick revealed that a deal is expected to be solidified in early 2007 and that his album through G-Unit could hit stores as early as July. Trick told the Free Press that the bulk of the album's material has already been completed, including guest spots by Eminem, Tony Yayo, Young Buck, Ice Cube, WC, Young Jeezy, Kid Rock and production by Dr. Dre.
Sha Money XL, president of G-Unit Records confirmed to SOHH that the two parties had a conversation discussing a potential deal, but did not say the rapper was signed yet.
Trick's last LP, The People vs. Trick Trick only sold 56,000 units according to Nielsen's Soundscan. The rapper routinely sold more records independently in the mid 90s.
Trick Trick's new album is tentatively set to hit stores in July.