|Net Worth:||$6 Million|
|Born:||December 3, 1978|
|Country of Origin:||United States of America|
|Source of Wealth:||Professional Rapper|
Katrina Laverne “Trina” Taylor is an American rapper and model from Miami. She gained notoriety in 1998 when she appeared on Trick Daddy’s second studio album with the single ‘Nann Nigga’.
Trina has since then released five successful studio albums throughout her career so far.
Trina’s net worth is estimated to be $6 million dollars.
Katrina Laverne “Trina” Taylor was born in Miami, Florida on the 3rd of December, 1978. Trina’s mother is from the Bahamas and her father is from the Dominican Republic. She grew up in Pembroke Isle in Florida where she started to get interested in music.
Trina attended Miami Northwestern Senior High School, where she was a majorette. She graduated in 1992 and pursued her rapping career in her spare time.
Trina debuted in 1998 on Slip-N-Slide with Trick Daddy’s ‘Nann’, and she became quickly a household name in Hip-Hop. Trina earned national attention, and she easily becomes the queen of the South.
She released her first two albums ‘Da Baddest Bitch’ (2000) and Gold album entitled ‘Diamond Princess’ (2002) which gained her attention from labels and producers all over the world.
Trina gained popularity and signed a deal with Slip-N-Slide/Atlantic records. ‘Da Baddest Bitch’ entered the Billboard chart at No.10.
After her two debut albums were released she had now become a household name and she got a taste of success with her album selling more than 700.000 copies in the U.S.
Trina went on to release three solo albums and two mixtapes that also gained a huge success. Her music and personal life have been a constant evolution.
Today Trina is a highly successful female rapper. She has collaborated with some of the best stars and her songs and albums have sold over millions of copies.
In 2017 she was announced as one of the main cast in members of the first season in Love & Hip-Hop: Miami.
In 2018 she released her latest album ‘The One’ which is the sixth studio album by Trina.
As of 2019, Trina’s net worth is $6 million.
Here are some of the best highlights of Trina’s career:
- Billboard Hot 100 ‘Nann Nigga’ (1990)
- Da Baddest Bitch ‘Debut Album’ (2000)
- BET Awards ‘Best Female Hip-Hop Artist’ – Nominated
- Diamond Princess ‘Second Album’ (2002)
- Glamorest Life ‘Third Album’ (2005)
- American Music Awards ‘Favorite Female Hip-Hop Artist’ – Nominated (2005)
- Still Da Baddest ‘Fourth Album’ (2008)
- ACE Awards ‘Power of Influence Award’ – Winner (2010)
- MTV Video Music Awards ‘Remix of the Year’ – Nominated (2015)
- The Mane Event (2017)
- Wild’n Out (2017)
- The One ‘Sixth Album’ (2018)
- Love & Hip-Hop: Miami (2018)
Favorite Quotes from Trina
“I believe that what works for the consumer is to be able to determine what they can pay — even if it is nothing. (Just joking.) Unfortunately, so many depend on credit for living expenses, and the lower payments helped them in the immediate term. I am OK with that. For those who want their minimum to be more, you don’t have to wait on your credit issuer to increase the payment — do it on your own. For others, at this time, I think it’s a horrible idea.” – Trina
“Visits to ‘the country’ were very important to me growing up, especially working on the farm, experiencing all the wonders of cats and chickens and pigs and calves and outhouses!” – Trina
“Without butterflies, the world would soon have few flowers. There is enough room in the sky for all flyers.” – Trina
“I’m really just a throw-my-hair-into-a-ponytail kind of girl. Don’t like styles that are too neat or too done. I don’t think I’ll ever go too crazy with colors. I stick with my main two: goldish-blonde or black.” – Trina
“We were a religious, practicing, Catholic family – Mass together on Sunday, Catholic schools, and parents who practiced everything they preached. A great gift was their total absence of any derogatory talk about people of any race or culture and we were on a street of many faiths, though no other races at that early time.” – Trina
Trina is one of the richest female rappers in the world and has a very diverse and successful career through her years as a model and rapper. She has collaborated with stars including Lil Wayne, Missy Elliot, Rick Ross, Lil Jon and Snoop Dog.
As of 2019, Trina’s net worth is estimated to be roughly $6 million dollars.