Katrina “Trina” Taylor gears up her musical career in 2011 with one of Hip Hop’s most anticipated projects set to be released on March 28, 2011 worldwide. The project entitled “Diamonds Are Forever” is none other than a bold statement by Miami’s own Diamond Princess to let the world know that her mark in music and consistency in her career will be forever as the unique gem that she imprints on each track released. The mixtape ep is hosted by Dj Holiday and Dj Ill Will that exploits all new and original music from Trina for her fans to enjoy.
The ep consists of 12 tracks that features hits such as “Waist So Skinny” featuring Maybach Music Group’s Boss Rick Ross, “Can I” featuring Mya, and “Ghetto” featuring T-Pain. Some of the producers that graces the new project with notable hits include Poe Boy’s own J-Rock, Young Yonny, Collipark, Snatch and Grab, CP Hollywood and Mr. Beats just to name a few. Trina will feature special appearances by talents such as Nisharockstarr of the Diamond Princess own imprint MGC, Rick Ross, Eve, K. Michelle, Teairra Marie and more to spark the attention of music critics and continued supporters.
The Diamond Princess heats up her steadily expanding musical career with this ep as an introduction and announcement that 2011 is a pivotal stepping stone to the imprint that was introduced in 1998 to the world by Slip N Slide Records. Trina’s sixth studio album is being completed in the midst of her mixtape release which is “Untitled” at this time.
About The Diamond Princess
Katrina "Trina" Taylor, known to many as, Miami's own "Diamond Princess," or as the music worlds' "Da Baddest Chick" solidifies what hard work and dedication means by remaining a solid commodity in the Entertainment Industry today. 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. Having sold over two million records worldwide, Trina has maintained a vibrant threat of a successful business woman with over a decade of success.
Her growth as a female lyricist since being introduced in 1998 by Trick Daddy on the hit anthem "NANN" has titled Trina in one word as "consistent" as of today. This recording artist, entrepreneur and philanthropist continues to evolve as a woman who will not falter, fade or rely on oversexed persona's to succeed in life. She has graced countless magazine covers including Rolling Out, Sister 2 Sister, XXL, King, Ozone, Source, Kontrol, Urban Ink, Black Men and more. Trina's presence continues to embellish the Internet daily, as well as, numerous television appearances from VH1, MTV, BET, The Monique Show, CNN's "Nitecap" and other outlets who continue to support her growth.
Trina expresses, “My whole career has been a journey filled with obstacles, growth, passion, pain and success," Trina expresses. "I am happy to continue to evolve and allow the world to see this same evolution as a Business Woman, an Entrepreneur and just as a WOMAN who can make accomplishments or mistakes just as any other human being."
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