Trina net worth

Trina net worth

Net Worth: $10 Million

About Trina

Trina net worth

Trina, real name Katrina Laverne Taylor, is an American musician, rapper, songwriter, record producer and model. She gained prominence in the late 1990s, following the release of Trick Daddy’s album and their collaboration song “Nann Niga”. In 2000 Trina released her debut album, entitled Da Baddest Bitch. Four more studio albums fallowed: Diamond Princess, Glamorest Life, Still Da Baddest and Amazin’. The continuity in Trina’s style and lyrics earned her “the most consistent female rapper” title from XXL Magazine. As for 2013, Trina net worth is estimated at $10 million.
Katrina was born and raised in Florida, Miami, where she graduated from Miami Northwestern Senior High School. Her father was of Dominican origin, while her mother was Bahamian. Trina started writing rhymes and rapping as a teenager. When the future millionaire turned 20, she was noticed by a fellow Florida artist Trick Daddy. The rapper invited Trina to appear on his track “Nann Nigger”, which was later released with his second studio album. Although this venture did not add much to Trina net worth, it attracted attention of the famous music producers.

Soon enough Katrina landed a contract with Slip-n-Slide Records and signed a deal which ensured that her records will be distributed by another major label, Atlantic Records.
Trina’s debut album was finished in spring 2000. Although the lead single “Da Baddest Bitch” failed on most of the charts, the album experienced a moderate commercial success and added a considerable sum to Trina net worth. By the end of the year it sold over 700 thousand copies and received Gold certification from the Recording Industries Association. Trina’s next big project included collaboration with Trick Daddy. In 2001 the two rappers released their common album, Thugs R US. Katrina’s second solo album reached the stores in 2002. Mostly due to the success of two singles, “B R Right” and “No Panties”, Diamond Princess sold nearly 70 thousand copied during the week after release and eventually received Gold certificate from RIAA.
In 2005 Katrina released her third studio album, Glamorest Life. It featured two major singles, “Here We Go” (ft. Lil Wayne) and “Don’t Trip” (ft. Kelly Rowland). The record went on to sell more than 400 thousand records and boosted Trina net worth by yet another million or two. The rapper’s following work, Still Da Baddest, enjoyed the same moderate recognition as her previous albums. Its leading hit, “Single Again”, charted on both Billboard’s Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks and Hot Rap Tracks, but failed to climb above nineteenth position. The following two singles, “I Got a Thang for You” (ft. Keyshia Cole) and “Look Back at Me”, earned less attention. Trina’s latest album, Amazin’, was the least commercially successful of all her records: during a year after release it has sold just a little over 100 thousand copies.

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