"Da Baddest Bitch" was certified Gold in November 2000 by the RIAA.
It stayed on the Billboard 200 chart for twenty-nine weeks and on the Hip-Hop/R&B album chart for forty-nine consecutive weeks.
She was in attendance to cheer on her new boo Friday night when the Thunder eliminated the Mavericks at Dallas' American Airlines Center.Trina was spotted court-side with a female companion and Harden's mother, Monja Willis. “I came in the game in the era when Eve came in the game. Being an artist myself, being independent is more prominent to me than being on a major label. During her conversation with Steve Lobel, Trina reflected on her relationship with Eve, whom she worked with on the Philadelphia emcee’s 2001 offering, “Gangster Bitches” featuring Da Brat, as well as Ludacris’ 2010 “My Chick Bad Remix.”“Love Eve,” Trina said. In the state of music in which we are, there are not a lot of major deals like that anymore. Trina was born Katrina Laverne Taylor on December 3, 1978 in Miami, Florida of Dominican and Bahamian descent and attended Miami Northwestern Senior High School.
n her spare time, Trina wrote rap rhymes, which caught the attention of Miami rapper Trick Daddy whom then approached her in 1998 to be featured on his song "Nann Nigga".
Trina may be away from the music scene for the moment, but the Miami rapper is still pulling ballers these days. K-Mart even went as far as getting Trina's lip prints tattooed on his neck, but the tat has since been turned into a crown, being that he and Trina are no longer an item.
The "Baddest Chic" was formerly romantically involved with L. The 33-year-old rapper appears to have moved on to 22-year-old James Harden of The Oklahoma Thunder.
The song was later released as the lead single from his second studio album, "com", which was released in September 1998.
The single later became a hit as it reached number sixty-two on the US Billboard Hot 100 and number three on the Rap Songs chart.
Trina launched her solo career in 2000 with Da Baddest Bitch, which was followed by 2002’s Diamond Princess, 2005’s Glamorest Life, 2008’s Still Da Baddest, and her most recent album, 2010’s Amazin’.