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- Oct 17Oct17Sáb 19:00Times-Union Center for the Performing Arts - Moran Theater - Jacksonville, FL, United States Of AmericaTrina Kash Doll KamillionPospuesto: La fecha será anunciada prontoBuscar boletosTimes-Union Center for the Performing Arts - Moran Theater - Jacksonville, FL, United States Of AmericaTrina Kash Doll KamillionOct 17 19:00Buscar boletos
- Mar 20 2021Mar202021Sáb 19:00Boardwalk Hall - Atlantic City, NJ, United States Of AmericaLit In Ac 2020 With Lil Kim, Fat Joe, Ja Rule, State PropertyBuscar boletosBoardwalk Hall - Atlantic City, NJ, United States Of AmericaLit In Ac 2020 With Lil Kim, Fat Joe, Ja Rule, State PropertyMar 20 202119:00Buscar boletos
- EXPRESS LIVE! - Columbus, OH, United States Of AmericaThe Midwest Summerfest feat. Lil' Kim & Method Man and RedmanPospuesto: La fecha será anunciada prontoBuscar boletosEXPRESS LIVE! - Columbus, OH, United States Of AmericaThe Midwest Summerfest feat. Lil' Kim & Method Man and RedmanBuscar boletos
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TRINA IN CONCERT:
Miami-based rapper Trina has been killing it ever since first turning heads with her verse on Trick Daddy's 1998 hit "Nann ". XXL Magazine has called Trina "the most consistent female rapper of all time", and she remains as reliably racy and provocative as ever when she performs her bounce-worthy songs in concert. Whether she's shaking her booty on "Pull Over" or assuring fans that she's still "Da Baddest B*tch", Trina always delivers a party-worthy concert experience full of bass, beats, and bawdy lyrics delivered with the utmost confidence and swagger.
Trina was born in Miami, FL and grew up penning lyrics in her spare time. In the late '90s her rhymes caught the attention of Trick Daddy, who featured her on his 1998 single "Nann". The song was a hit, reaching No. 3 on the rap charts and earning Trina a distribution deal with Atlantic Records. She made her debut in 2000 with the album Da Baddest B*tch, a commercial hit that spawned several successful singles including fan favorite "Pull Over". For her follow-up effort Trina took more creative control, linking up with producer Missy Elliot to record her 2002 sophomore album Diamond Princess. The album peaked at No. 5 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart, racking up the hit singles "Told Y'all", "No Panties", and "B R Right". Her chart rise continued with 2005's Glamorest Life and 2008's Still da Baddest, which topped both the R&B/Hip-Hop and Rap Albums charts. With her highly anticipated sixth studio album slated for a 2015 release, Trina has fans dying to hear her new material live in concert.