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Thanksgiving Breakout Event featuring Trina and Daytona Sticks!

Taking participation in Z90 Jingle Jam Concert on December 28, 2005 in San Diego together with Snoop Dogg, Twista, and Pitbull, Trina certainly could close the year with a wide smile as her third album, "Glamorest Life," has gloriously taken the 2nd position on Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums Chart. Also slated to appear alongside David Banner in "Showtime at the Apollo" on December 24, this lovely rapper unquestionably kept being active in exhibiting her skills for she has joined Sean Paul, Chris Brown, Juelz Santana, and Keyshia Cole to perform on BET's New Years Special, "106 & Party," aired on the last day of 2005.

A native of Miami who was born with the name Katrina Le'verne Taylor on December 3, 1978, Trina originally underwent a profession as a real estate agent before she was spotted by Trick Daddy, a local Dirty South rapper. Interested in her raw talent, the gifted artist then included her in the making of his single, "Nann Nigga," which surprisingly became a regional hit, even managed to enter the top 3 of Billboard Hot Rap Singles in 1999. Subsequently signed under Slip-N-Slide Records following this initial success, she quickly set out to develop her own singing career, smoothly releasing her debut album "Da Baddest Bitch" on March 7, 2000.

To Trina's delight, this first effort resulted very well as it wonderfully sold for around 700, 000 copies in U.S. to be certified Gold status by RIAA while made its way to reach the 33rd rank on The Billboard 200. By the time her two tracks, "Pull Over" and "Da Baddest Bitch," turned out to be national smash hits, she had already been considered as the part of women rappers' new wave consisted of the notorious Lil' Kim, Da Brat and Foxy Brown. Getting more popular through the remixes of Missy Elliott's "One Minute Man" and Ludacris' "What's Your Fantasy" which she was featured in, this striking artist thus spent the rest of the year to hold a tour around the country.

Still maintained her rebellious nature of making controversial compositions which contained sexual and profane lyrics, Trina afterwards came up with her second work entitled "Diamond Princess" on August 27, 2002. Although the sale of this sophomore effort could not surpass the amount scored by its predecessor, the album's result was quite amazing as it soared to number 14 of The Billboard 200. Some of its tunes, like "No Panties" and "B R Right" also received major airplays on some radio stations, unquestionably enhancing her status and superiority among other female rappers in American music scene.

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