Mitchy Slick Reflects on Making “Triggeration Station” 15 Years Later 

Fifteen years ago, Mitchy Slick dropped his debut album Triggeration Station

The San Diego-bred wordsmith reflected on creating the album and the impact it had on his city during an interview with Unique Access

A known member of the Lincoln Park Bloods, Slick opened up about how he used the project to bring people from different gangs together musically, and how the album helped San Diego artists garner widespread attention. 

Slick revealed he wrote every song on Triggeration Station to Jay-Z’s “Hard Knock Life” and Lil’ Troy’s “Wanna Be a Baller.” He also shared some exclusive stories behind making the album’s vibes “Young Homies” and “Connected” featuring E-40.

Before wrapping things up, Slick reflected on being mentored by revered producer Sir Jinx during the early stages of his career; the inspiration behind both his debut album’s title and visual to its title track; as well as why he considers Triggeration Station to be an authentic gangster rap album. 

Check out the interview below.

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