Trick Daddy has inked a deal to bring over his crew and record company, Dunk Ryders, to Cash Money.

The Miami-based outfit are currently working on their debut group album. Before the Dunk Ryders release their proper debut, however, fans can hear them on their new mixtape, Dunk Ride or Die.

The mixtape is hosted by Philadelphia's DJ Beatstreet and features the Dunk Ryders' hit "Fuck the Other Side" as well as several Trick Daddy freestyles.

The long-time Slip-N-Slide rapper recently left his recording home and is currently a free agent. Trick brought his company over to Cash Money, but is still negotiating a deal for his next solo album. His last solo project was 2006's Back by Thug Demand. The album feature the singles "Bet That" and "Tuck Ya Ice." -Jayson Rodriguez