Trina Net Worth 2022: Income, Bio, Salary, Husband, Family(Updated 2022)

Hip-hop artist and fashion model Trina is a U.S. citizen. She first gained widespread attention in 1998 with her hit “Nann Nigga,” but her successful rap career has continued unabated ever since. Some media outlets have placed her among the most prominent female rappers of all time, due to her widespread popularity and steady output.

Early Life

Katrina Laverne Taylor, better known as Trina, was born on December 3, 1974, in Miami, Florida. She is of Dominican and Bahamian ancestry. In high school, she participated in majorette performances. The year 1998 marked the beginning of her pursuit of a real estate license.

Music Career

Trina, in her leisure time as a child, penned rap rhymes, which got the attention of Miami musician Trick Daddy, who eventually asked her to appear on his song “Nann Nigga” in 1998. Later, in September 1998, the song was released as the first single from his second studio album, “” The song ultimately became a success, peaking at position #62 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and #3 on the Rap Songs chart.

The success of the track led to a record deal for Trina on Slip-n-Slide Records, which was distributed by Atlantic Records. After that, Trina got to work on her first album. Trina’s first studio album, titled “Da Baddest Bitch,” was released on March 21, 2000. The album entered the US Billboard 200 at position #33, and the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart at position #11.


The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) awarded “Da Baddest Bitch” with a Gold certification in November of 2000. It spent a combined total of forty-nine weeks at the top of both the Hip-Hop/R&B Albums chart and the Billboard 200.

In 2001, Trina and Missy Elliot began working on her second album together, and Trina was allowed more freedom to make artistic decisions. She launched Diva Enterprises, a record label, and signed Lil’ Brianna, a nine-year-old musician. The second album by Trina, titled “Diamond Princess,” was released in August 2002. On the Billboard 200, it debuted at number 14, and on the Top R&B Albums list, it reached number 5.

When “Glamorest Life” by Trina was released in 2005, it debuted at number eleven on the Billboard 200 and number two on the Top R&B Albums charts. Singles like “Don’t Trip,” featuring Lil Wayne, and “Da Club” are representative of the album, as is “Here We Go,” with Kelly Rowland, which became one of Trina’s most successful singles.

In April of 2008, Trina released her fourth studio album titled “Still da Baddest,” which quickly ascended to the top of the Top Rap Albums chart, making it her first album to ever do so. Songs like “Single Again,” “I Got a Than for You,” and “Look Back at Me” were released as singles from this album. The singles “That’s My Attitude,” “Million Dollar Girl,” “Always,” and “White Girl” all came from her fifth studio album, “Amazin,” which was released in May of 2010.

Her long-awaited second studio album, “The One,” finally dropped in 2019. She also went on to independently release several songs and appear on the recordings of hundreds of other artists. T7, Trina’s seventh studio album, is set for release in the latter half of 2022, as she recently revealed.

Other Ventures

Besides her musical endeavors, Trina has also made film appearances in A Miami Tail, The Cookout, and The Cookout 2. Together with singer/reality star Tamar Braxton, actress Claudia Jordan, and host Tameka Cottle, Trina hosts the late-night conversation program “Tiny Tonight” on Cottle’s own show. On December 17, 2012, VH1 aired the series premiere. Trina made her debut on “Love & Hip Hop: Miami” in 2017, a VHI reality show.

Trina’s goal in starting the nonprofit Diamond Doll Foundation was to aid impoverished girls. Through her collaboration with the Florida Entertainment Summit, she coordinates the annual Jingle Bell Toy Drive in the Sunshine State.

Personal Life

Verness Taylor, her mother, was 62 when she passed away in September 2019 from cancer. Her younger brother, Wilbrent Jr., was brutally murdered in 2013. Between 2005 and 2007, Trina dated rap star Lil Wayne on and off. They were engaged for not much time, and Trina had a miscarriage during that time as well.

Both of their names are tattooed on their arms, even though they’re now on separate paths. She dated NBA star Kenyon Martin from 2007 to 2010. She dated French Montana, a rapper, from 2012 to 2014. Trina’s relationship with Raymond Taylor, a musician, started that year (2017). The couple announced their engagement in September of 2021.


Throughout her career, Trina has been recognized by her peers with 10 nominations for the BET Awards. The majority (9/) of the nominations were for female rap artists. She’s been recognized with three nominations for a Soul Train Music Award. She has been nominated for three Source Awards and has already won one.

She has also been nominated for an MTV Sucker Free Summit Award, in addition to the six MTV Video Music Awards, she received nominations for in 2002. She won a Golden Trailer Award for her role in “A Miami Tale.” There are several awards that Trina has won: two ASCAP Awards, two BMI Awards, an EME Award, an All-Star Music Award, and a Billboard Music Award.

Trina Net Worth

Trina Net Worth is estimated to be around $6 Million in 2022. She is a successful music artist and has earned this much money from his profession and endorsements. She is a well-known face among rap and music fans.

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