Since the announcement of Trina’s recent venture for her record label, Rockstarr Music Group with Penalty Entertainment (Sony Red Distribution), fans have been in suspense about her gifted role and musical direction as a hip-hop/female rap artist. The moment that fans have been anxiously waiting for, has finally come! The Platinum Recording Artist, Trina, and Executive Producer, Rico Love, formulated a re-creation of hip hop legend, Eazy E’s, “Boyz N The Hood” in her newly released track entitled, “F**k Boy” from the emcee’s upcoming sixth studio album.
Grammy Award Winner, Rico Love, explains his artistic direction on the new single, “I wanted to give Trina a record that was aggressive and memorable. A musical approach to remind the world that she is still as titled “Da Baddest Chick!” A beat and flow that was familiar to Hip Hop while grabbing the listener instantly in its melodic form. This is only the beginning! The music scene and fans will be pleasantly surprised by the entire project. #TTLO”
Trina’s introduction to the music scene came in 1998 when she was featured with Trick Daddy on the anthem “NANN,” and her career has skyrocketed ever since. With albums such as Da Baddest Bixxh (2000), Diamond Princess (2002), Glamorest Life (2005), and Still Da Baddest (2008), Amazin (2010); Trina delivers aggressive, mind blowing lyrics with a musical style that can never be duplicated. First quarter (2016), the female emcee will introduce her new body of studio work– untitled at this time–that will embrace and celebrate a reflection of her past, present and what the future holds musically under the RMG imprint.
Trina represents a mark of distinction that strives to explore innovative and creative ways to set her musical talent apart from other traditional female lyricist. The artist has released over a dozen mixtapes worldwide which has gained over 10 million impressions and continuous mainstream accolades globally. With such an experienced career, Trina continues to deliver a diverse spectrum of lyrical keen and talent while remaining a force of beauty and strength for all women.
Trina adds, “My sixth studio album is more than just special to me musically! It is personal, it is a transitional symbolism and it is a true reflection of how I have grown mentally, most of all as a women and entertainer. Working with Rico Love is so significant and parallel while being a blessing to be able to collaborate with such a talent on the direction of this project. He is a genius, as well as, captured a sound for me that is on the next level professionally. This project represents strength, vulnerability and the ability to allow submission for me all at once. I hope the world will love it as much as I do.”