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Birth name: Katrina Laverne Taylor.
Also known as:
-The Diamond Princess.
-Da Baddest Bitch.
-Queen Of Miami.
-Queen Of The South.
Born: December 3, 1978 Miami, Florida, USA.
Trina biography (bio):
Trina's career started when she made her first appearance on Trick Daddy's www.thug.com album, with the song Nann Nigga. In 2000, Trina released her first solo album entitled "Da Baddest Bitch" with the hit single Da Baddest Bitch.
In 2002 Trina returned with her sophmore effort, Diamond Princess, which was produced by fellow rapper, song-writer, and producer Missy Elliott. There was also production from Kanye West. Diamond Princess featured a much more star-studded line-up including Fabolous, Ludacris, Eve, Trick Daddy, Missy Elliott & Tweet. The album's hit list included Told Y'all featuring Rick Ross, No Panties featuring Tweet and B R Right featuring Ludacris.
Released October 2005, Trina's third album was Glamorest Life. This third installment from Trina failed to go Gold, selling only 389,000 copies. Don't Trip featuring Lil' Wayne was released as the lead which at the time managed to gain interested in the press because of her at the time rumored relationship with the rapper. The second single released from "Glamorest Life" was her hit single Here We Go. The track featured Destiny's Child member Kelly Rowland. "Here We Go" became Trina's first Top 40 single since her debut in 1998. While the album debuted higher than her other released the album failed to make an impact, and quickly fell off the charts. Da Club featuring Mannie Fresh was among several singles the record label planned to release, however those plans were later scrapped when Trina began working on her fourth installment to her discography.
In 2005, Trina released her first perfume called "Diamond Princess". The item is available only through her website.
Shortly after "Diamond Princess" was released Trina severed ties with Atlantic Records. In November, 2006 rumors surfaced that Trina had signed a recording contract with Terror Squad. Terror Squad was founded by rapper Fat Joe. If rumors concerning the relationship between Terror Squad and Trina are true, Trina will fill the female-gap left after Remy Ma left the group due to tensions between herself and Fat Joe. The Terror Squad record label is currently in ties with Virgin Records.
Trina's fourth-album is scheduled to be Da Baddest Bitch II. The title was confirmed by Trick Daddy on an episode of BET's 106 & Park. The album's title is subject to change. In an interview on BET's 100 Video Countdown of 2006, Trina stated that the album would be released in February of 2007.
Trina can currently be heard on the remix to Akon's I Wanna Love You.