Miami native Katrina Taylor better known as Trina debuted in 1998 on Slip-N-Slide label mate Trick Daddy’s “Nann,” and quickly became a household name in Hip-Hop. With female rappers from the South not making much noise back then, Trina earned national attention. Adding a Southern twist to the explicit style that rappers like Lil’ Kim and Foxy Brown had blown up off; Trina easily became the queen of the South.
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Miami’s first lady breaks down her relationship with Rozay and their new song, “Barking.”
From the “Diamond Princess” to “The Baddest,” Miami’s first lady, Trina, needs no introduction when it comes to being one of the queens of hip hop. Known for a razor sharp tongue, sexy lyrics and knowing exactly how to turn a song up a notch, with her upcoming, currently untitled sixth studio album, she’s taking a different approach to her music.
The now independent femcee isn’t depending on a major label to push her because she plans to catapult herself to the next level thanks to some encouraging words from Rick Ross.
“Ross is my brother, I love him so much,” she told BET.com. We started out together and I’ve held him down since the beginning and he felt more so like you should do your own thing more — you are bigger than being signed to me. You are a boss realistically.”
After their conversation, she took his advice and decided that it was time to run her own brand and label imprint. She collaborated with Rozay on the new track “Barking,” one of the many features she’s pulled for her new album.
“It’s one of those records that really, honestly, I would not have done on my new album. But it’s the real, it’s a Trina record from the beginning, but advanced to the newer time,” she said of the song which she describes as a “raw,” “wild” club record. “It’s fun … it’s so Miami.” One thing she hasn’t settled on, however, is the album’s title.
“I think that I always title the album towards the closing of the album. I don’t know why I do that,” she said. “I think it’s just the vibe. As I go on, my emotions change … right before it’s over I’ll say, ‘This is what I’m gonna call it,’ and that’s kinda how it happens.” For now, she said, “I’m just excited to work on this album the way I’ve been working on it.”
To see Trina talk more about being an independent boss, check the video below.
Trina was on BET’s 106 & Park: Top 10 Live today during Throwback Thursday with Bow Wow & Keshia Chante for a mini interview. Trina later then took it to the stage performing a medley of her throwback hits & even did a lil twerking. Check out the exclusive video below only here at oh-trina.com!
Trina spoke her mind on her remix to K Camp’s “Cut Her Off,” but she’s not done. The Baddest Bitch airs out her ex and his new girl once again on her freestyle to Jhené Aiko’s “The Worst.”
“Thought you was my lover, thought it’d never end / That’s what I get for tryna turn boys into men,” she raps. “Thought you had a queen, but you lost one / What a dumb bum, boy you lost one / Now you lookin’ sick like you lost some / Fuckin’ with that basic ass bitch, now the top’s gone.”
Trina was spotted in the club partying all night long with all her close friends twerking the night away to T-Pain & yes Ms. Trina still has it for all of you haters that thought she fell off. Check out the video below of “Da Baddest Chick” as she gives you all the definition of twerk.
Tiny and her BFF Shekinah repped for the females with their remix to K Camp’s “Cut Her Off,” and now Trina and Lil Mo bring out the scissors and take care of business. Lil Mo says “fuck him and his new bitch,” while Trina chooses money over her man.
“Fuck ni**as, I need a billion / Fuck feelings, I’m on some real shit,” spits the Baddest Bitch.
Is Trina rapping about a specific ex-boyfriend and his famous new chick? Listen below.