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Trina

À propos de Trina

An exotic dancer turned emcee/sex symbol, Miami's Trina first debuted on Trick Daddy's hit 1999 single "Naan N*gg*." Her solo album Da Baddest Bitch appeared the following year, flaunting raw rhymes in the same vein as Lil' Kim and Foxy Brown, but with a solid dose of Southern bump. More singles like "Pull Over" and "Take It To The House" solidified her growing rep, and paved the way for her second LP Diamond Princess. After a few years of cameos and guest spots, she returned in 2005 with The Glamorest Life. From humble beginnings, she's since become one of the most high-profile female rappers in the game.

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Trina

An exotic dancer turned emcee/sex symbol, Miami's Trina first debuted on Trick Daddy's hit 1999 single "Naan N*gg*." Her solo album Da Baddest Bitch appeared the following year, flaunting raw rhymes in the same vein as Lil' Kim and Foxy Brown, but with a solid dose of Southern bump. More singles like "Pull Over" and "Take It To The House" solidified her growing rep, and paved the way for her second LP Diamond Princess. After a few years of cameos and guest spots, she returned in 2005 with The Glamorest Life. From humble beginnings, she's since become one of the most high-profile female rappers in the game.

À propos de Trina

An exotic dancer turned emcee/sex symbol, Miami's Trina first debuted on Trick Daddy's hit 1999 single "Naan N*gg*." Her solo album Da Baddest Bitch appeared the following year, flaunting raw rhymes in the same vein as Lil' Kim and Foxy Brown, but with a solid dose of Southern bump. More singles like "Pull Over" and "Take It To The House" solidified her growing rep, and paved the way for her second LP Diamond Princess. After a few years of cameos and guest spots, she returned in 2005 with The Glamorest Life. From humble beginnings, she's since become one of the most high-profile female rappers in the game.

À propos de Trina

An exotic dancer turned emcee/sex symbol, Miami's Trina first debuted on Trick Daddy's hit 1999 single "Naan N*gg*." Her solo album Da Baddest Bitch appeared the following year, flaunting raw rhymes in the same vein as Lil' Kim and Foxy Brown, but with a solid dose of Southern bump. More singles like "Pull Over" and "Take It To The House" solidified her growing rep, and paved the way for her second LP Diamond Princess. After a few years of cameos and guest spots, she returned in 2005 with The Glamorest Life. From humble beginnings, she's since become one of the most high-profile female rappers in the game.

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