Trina-Albums, Bio, Songs, Height, Net Worth, Life, Husband, Albums
Quick Facts of
- First NameTrina
Rapper Trina is one of the best-known female rappers in the world, she started her career in 1998 and has sold millions of records over the years. Her plethora of EPs and studio albums have made her a popular name among fans of hip-hop.
In addition to this, she is also a famous TV personality whose credits include The Mo’Nique Show, The Cookout 2, RapFix Live among others. The award-winning rapper has also done a lot of work as a philanthropist too.
How Much Is The Net Worth Of Rapper Trina?
Trina has a net worth of around $6 million as of April 2020. She made this net worth from a career in rap music and acting.
She started out as a rapper with Trick Daddy’s single Nann Nigga. She immediately got attention for her contribution on the track.
Contrary to a conventional salary most of the rapper’s income comes from record sales. A list of her record sales throughout the years is listed below.
|Year||Earnings From Record Sales||Record/Album|
|2000||$890,000||Da Baddest Bitch|
|2008||$450,000||Still da Baddest|
Da Baddest Bitch, her debut studio album was released over 20 years ago and has sold more than 683,000 copies.
Similarly, the rapper also sold more than 501,000 copies of Diamond Princess in the USA, and the record also charted well.
Then, Still da Baddest was released and it topped the US R&B/HH and US Rap charts.
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After being featured on Trick Daddy’s single she was signed by Slip-n-Slide Records. Then, she released Da Baddest Bitch on March 21, 2000. The album did extremely well, especially for a debut album.
The success of her debut album led to her working on the second album in 2001, she started her own label imprint, Diva Enterprises around this time. She signed a then 9-year-old Brianna Perry to her record.
Diamond Princess was finally released on August 27, 2002, and did well in both the UK and US charts. Around this time she worked with popular rappers like Ludacris and Rick Ross. She released Glamorest Life on October 4, 2005, and did extremely well on the charts.
The album featured well-received singles including Don’t Trip, which featured Lil Wayne. Similarly, she also released Here We Go which featured Kelly Rowland.
Then, after years of working with Atlantic Records, she finally left the label and joined EMI. With the label, she released Still da Baddest on April 1, 2008. The singles of this album did extremely well especially outside the US, in fact, it reached #1 in Denmark.
She went on to release Amazin’ in 2010 selling more than 32,000 copies in the first week. The album also did better than her previous release on the charts. Like her previous albums, this one too featured famous rappers like Diddy aka Sean Combs and Keri Hilson.
Charity And Philanthropy
Trina has used her fame and fortune as a platform for charity. She established the Diamond Doll Foundation that helped marginalized young girls with the struggles of their life.
During the 6th Annual Florida Entertainment Summit, she was honored for her charity work with the community.
Trina was born Katrina Laverne Taylor on December 3, 1974, in Miami, Florida, U.S. She graduated from Miami Northwestern Senior High School in 1992.
Regarding her relationships, she was in a public on-again-off-again relationship with rapper Lil Wayne in the past. They started dating in 2005 to and were engaged to be married but called it quits in 2007. In fact, she became pregnant with his child but suffered a miscarriage.
She is openly bisexual and has had other high-profile relationships with Kenyon Martin and French Montana.