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Album Review

Foxy Brown and Lil' Kim may have the rep of hard-assed rap divas who are equally streetwise and sexy but Miami native Trina ups the ante with her sophomore raunchfest Diamond Princess. Originally breaking on the scene as a member of Trick Daddy's posse, Trina is unapologetic in her ribald approach towards all facets of life. From the opening intro by Sommore where there's enough references to oral sex to make a biker blush, the tone gets set for the rest of this raunchy ride. Pumped up with plenty of jacked-up beats and an equally biting flow, Trina gives her Rolodex a workout as she recruits numerous big names like Ludacris (the Middle Eastern-flavored "B R Right"), Missy Elliott (an equally exotic "Rewind That Back") and Missy protegé Fabolous (the jittery "How We Do?"). Also checking in are soul chanteuse Tweet (the overtly suggestive "No Panties") and pitbull-in-a-skirt Eve (the fierce female empowerment anthem "Ladies 1st"). Just as the title Diamond Princess suggests, Trina is a hard-edged jewel that shines with an uncanny brilliance.

Customer Reviews

Sour n Salt

Trina is actually a pretty great rapper, and if u know anything about me u should know that im not a fan on Female rap unless your Nicki MInaj. But this is actually quite BRILLIANT. i hope to see more girls like this rise up to the game. good album

not bad

ive got nothing against females rapping in fact some of them are fairly good, Trina would be in that catagory, she is kind of like the modern day lil kim she is Rick Rosses girl just like Lil Kim was biggies girl, and for the record im not saying that Ross is better then Biggie Smalls cause we all know that Biggie is a hundred miles ahead of him


Born: 03 December 1978 in Miami, FL

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Miami-based rapper Trina first gained notoriety in 1998 with her appearance on Trick Daddy's album. Her own debut album, Da Baddest Bitch, featured a cameo by Trick Daddy and was released in early 2000 on Atlantic Records. She spent the next two years honing her raw, raunchy style. She paired up with Missy Elliott for the recording of her second effort, 2002's Diamond Princess. Out of her first three albums, the star-studded, very polished 2005 effort Glamorest Life sold the worst, even...
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Diamond Princess, Trina
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  • $16.99
  • Genres: Hip-Hop/Rap, Music, Dirty South, Hardcore Rap
  • Released: 30 April 2002

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