Trina Links With Tory Lanez And Premieres New Track “Damn”

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Trina shows a little skin on the cover of her new single “Damn” and teams up with artist Tory Lanez. The song comes just off the heels of Rockstarr’s Dynasty 6 EP which was released just last month.

Lanez joins the 305 female rapper after just dropping two mixtape gems right in time for the new year titled Chixtape 4 and The New Toronto 2.

Check out the exclusive cut above.


On The Gram: Celebs Show Out With Their Impressive Halloween Costumes!

Halloween is here and it’s safe to assume it’s our favorite celebrities favorite time of the year. We guess it’s because they get become someone else besides themselves. Regardless every year they take to the gram and show off their very impressive and might we add most likely expensive costumes.

We scoured the gram to find our favorite Halloween looks and from our celebs and we got some heat. Beyonce, Jay ZLeBron James, Savannah Brinson, Diddy, Katy Perry, Khloe Kardashian, Kate Hudson,Teyana Taylor, Chris and Adrienne Bosh, Big Sean, Jhene Aiko and more all showed off their Halloween looks on the gram. Hit the gallery below to see the great costumes:

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SFPL Music: D. King ft. Trina – “Bad”


D. King debuts his new track “Bad”, which features Miami’s own “Baddest Bitch”, Trina. Just off the heels of his single “Light It Up” featuring buzzing MC Tate Kobang, D. King’s freshman ambition is wonderfully mixed with Trina’s refined veteran confidence, co-produced by King himself.

The trance-inducing beats of DJ Khrysis provides the perfect backdrop for King to show his immense melodic versatility and the addition of 305’s, Trina, makes this a certified banger and puts us into anticipation mode for his upcoming album Trapman on Campus (TMOC) hosted by Combat Jack with guest appearances from the likes of Pusha T and Snoop Dogg.

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Fly Visual: Chella H feat. Trina & KashDoll – “Options” (Remix) prod. by Zaytoven

“First Lady of Chicago” aka Chella H drops a new remix video for her single “Options” featuring Miami’s own Trina and Detroit’s KashDoll produced by Zaytoven.

The money boasting single is a new anthem basically about women not putting their eggs in one basket, and letting it be known that they have choices in life, when it comes to men, clothes, jobs, even phones.

Take a look below:


About Chella H

Born in Chicago and raised in the city’s roughest projects, rapper/songwriter Chella H, aka Jenny LowEnd, turned the peril of a fatherless household and a mother battling drug addiction for the majority of her childhood into an escape through music. “I have a real sound. That’s the sound,” says Chella, who began songwriting with the purpose of reaching her peers’ souls at a young age rather than to fit into a specific genre. Not long after tapping into her creative rescue, her brother went to prison, again leaving her without a man in the house. Chella survived, living her life on the streets, peddling drugs and boosting stores in her teens. “I used to work regular jobs too, but I always got fired once they pulled up my background record,” she notes lightheartedly, adding “I always have been hustling and trying to stay above the water.”

By the time she was 15 and on her own, she was pregnant with a son and determined to steer him on a different path. Though it was an odyssey that saw her lose her brother and the father of her son in the same week, a heartbreak she had never previously experienced but one that moved her to withstand by truly honing her skill to conceptualize, create and connect. Circulating controversial mixtapes The Abortion (2011), The Morning After (2012) and The Realist Bitch In It (2013), Chella’s passion and gritty-yet-alluring story began to grab Chicago, creating a vast fan base in the process. While Chella, as confident in her curves as she is her credibility, notes that she is “real blunt,” she’s also found a parallel of fun that creates authenticity you immediately sense in her voice.

With her name continuing to blossom around Chicago, Chella collaborated with hip-hopartists Soulja Boy, Lil Durk, Freddie Gibbs, Shawnna, King Louie and producer Zaytoven. Simultaneously, she earned features on platforms like MTV, BET, Complex, Pitchfork, Vibe, Fuse TV and many others. Chella has etched out a niche as one of the more magnetic and lyrical women in the game ahead of the forthcoming release of her No Filter project, which she loves because of her growth. No Filter tempers some of her more sexually-driven content of the past in favor of what works. The result being more detailed and fun storytelling — including a personal favorite ‘The First 48,’ a saga that will double as a mini-movie — which Chella says helped produce her “most personal project” to date.

On “Options,” one of the tape’s singles, Chella, pulling from a phone conversation with an overzealous admirer in need of being reminded of his place, gives the bold energy to an everyday situation that has become her signature. “I was in the car with my friend when I was writing it. I was on the phone, checking this dude … [Thinking] ‘He must not know I have options.’ So we just kept cracking jokes about options and I ended up going straight to the studio,” Chella recalls about the radio-played song, which was remixed to include verses from Trina and KashDoll.

Chella H’s realism, sense of humor, and consistency have allowed her to gain attention as an independent artist, earning support from Chicago’s top radio stations (WGCI, Power 92). Additionally, with her humorous webisode tutorial series “Real Shit 101” re-launching, fans will see that Chella is the street’s favorite for a reason. Not only for her relatable, well-timed music but because she is the glowing underdog who has eclipsed obstacles to become more than music. And Chella, nor the streets, are shy about reminding you.

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Trick Daddy Speaks On The Rap Game: “4 out of 5 New Artists Sound Like Future” [Video]

Trick Daddy is back! Representing the city of Miami, the veteran southern rapper keeps it all the way trill touching on subjects of; music, sex, waist trainers, instagram and rap names, Rick Ross, 50 Cent, Vivica Fox, East vs. West coast, family and so much more.

A few quotes from Trick Daddy Dollars:

The Rap names are worse than some of these instagram names.

The last couple of years, I was not interested in doing music, I didn’t care nothing about music because I saw where it was going, I hated it.

About allegedly being an “old bitter rapper” based off the interview:

See one thing about it, you have to live to get old. I don’t do nothing I can’t do. I stay in my lane and I do what I can do. I don’t consider myself a rapper, and yes i’m getting old. I thank God I can get old. My oldest child is 20, my next child is 14 — if I can live to see them get grown and see my grandchildren, then i’ve done enough for the world. The truth ain’t gon’ never be fake, and the lie ain’t gon’ never be the truth.

There’s so many gems that we would be literally typing ALL DAY. You gotta watch this FULL interview below:

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SFPL Music: Trina – “Hotline Bling” (Cover)


Admist the mounds of “Hotling Bling” covers, Trina reps Miami as she throws a few bars of her own to Drake‘s massive hit track. She now follows the music-cover steps of Keyshia Cole, Meelah, Keyshia Cole, Erykah Badu, Mila J and more.

Did she do the cover any justice? See below for yourself:

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NEW MUSIC: Veronica Vega Feat. TRINA – “PAY ME” (2015 Jackin’ For Beats Remix)


Just in time for Labor Day Weekend, Polow Da Don‘s female protege and Miami’s own Veronica Vega teams up with the Diamond Princess herself, Trina for the illest remix of “Pay Me” by Jackin’ For Beats. It was only right, that the powers that be put their music talents together to empower other women, and rep their city.

Check it out below:




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Listen: Rico Love feat. Kevin Gates, Trina & Trick Daddy – “Coldest” (Remix)

The mastermind of music, Rico Love is back with yet another amplified remix for his hit track “Coldest.” This time around, Rico teams up with Baton Rouge’s own Kevin Gates, and reunites Miami’s Trina and Trick Daddy, delivering the most honest and upfront lyrics ever. Between the three southern rappers, we all know that they will speak their in a minute, letting you know exactly how they feel. We have to admit, this music combination was genius! Take a listen above!


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Watch: Miami’s D-Shep Talks Early Beginnings, Trina Lying About Her Favorite Rapper & more



Miami rapper D-Shep talks to Simone “Boss Lady” Amelia on DASH Radio‘s “International Affair” about being introduced to hip-hop media for the first time via his current Identity Crisis release, how he thinks the majority of rap music nowadays is “trash,” early beginnings as an aspiring poet and how many Southern artists (specifically, Trina) “lie” about who their favorite artists are in interviews.

Check it out below:

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Listen: Trina feat. Rico Love – “Real One” [Fly Music]


305 Raptress Trina has a few things to get off her chest!

The veteran female artist teams up with hit-man and singer Rico Love on a new track entitled “Real One.”

Check it out below, as Trina puts emphasis her search for the ‘Real One’ but she falls for them ‘Flaw A** N***as’, she and Rico states in the song: