Trina Net Worth 2020, Early Life, Career and Net Worth
Trina Net Worth – 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.
Trina Net Worth
Early Life, Family and Education
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.
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.
Trina has collaborated with some of the finest producers and labels in the world. She has worked with stars including Rick Ross, Missy Elliot, Ludacris, Lil Wayne and Kelly Rowland.
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 2020, Trina’s net worth is $6 million.
Career and Net Worth
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.