Both were largely successful, with the first released in early 2007 and the latter released in the fall of 2007.Trina originally planned for her fourth studio album to be released in February 2008, but it was delayed by a few months in order for her to put finishing touches on the record.Trina also started her own record label, Diva Enterprises (now DP Entertainment), and by September 2002 had signed an artist, Lil Brianna, who was nine years old and working on her first album.Lil Brianna had already appeared on the track "Kandi." Lil Brianna is now known as Brianna Perry and is now signed to Atlantic Records, Trina's former label. She first gained notoriety in 1998 with her appearance on Trick Daddy's second studio album com on the single "Nann Nigga".She has released five moderately successful studio albums.She attended Miami Northwestern Senior High and finished graduation in 1992.
It reached number 25 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100, number 59 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, and number 19 on the Rap Songs chart, becoming a mild hit.
However, it became Trina's first single to chart outside of the US, as it reached number 45 on the UK Singles Chart.
The third and final single from the album, "B R Right", featuring Ludacris, was also released in January 2003 and reached number 83 on the Hot 100, number 50 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, and number 24 on the Rap Songs chart, becoming a fairly successful single.
XXL Magazine calls her "the most consistent female rapper of all time".
In her spare time, Trina wrote rap rhymes, which caught the attention of Miami rapper Trick Daddy, who approached her in 1998 to be featured on his song "Nann Nigga".