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Hip Hop Awards 2022: These Trina Records Always Have Us Feeling Our Baddest

The Miami rap legend presented the “Best New Hip Hop Artist” award at last year’s ceremony.

The baddest rapper Trina was one of many legendary hip hop figures at the BET Hip Hop Awards 2021. The Miami native presented the “Best New Hip Hop Artist” to rising emcee Yung Bleu at last year’s ceremony, and we haven’t stopped thinking about her yet.

The “Told Y’all” emcee’s music has been empowering women since her debut album Da Baddest B-tch. As one of the first female emcees from the Sunshine State, Trina has always been in her own lane, pushing for all women to do the same hit after hit.

  • Million Dollar Girl feat. Keri Hilson, Diddy

    Trina looked like a million dollars in the music video for her single “Million Dollar Girl” featuring Keri Hilson and Diddy.

    stand out lyrics: You know big money I get dat. Got my feet up when I kick back. Get major bread for my chit chat

  • “Pull Over”

    It’s all body positive with Trina in another notable single from her debut album Da Baddest B-tch released in March 2000. The project was a success. By November, it had already been certified Gold.

    stand out lyrics: Dumps in the truck. Thighs like what? Ain't nann' ho got more booty in the butt

  • “Single Again”

    Trina doesn’t need a man on her arm to be viewed as the baddest in the room. In the lead single for her fourth studio album, Still da Baddest. Unlike her other project, the Miami native sang on this track, something not heard in her previous works.

    stand out lyrics: Let's agree to disagree, don't explain shit to me

    I got my own money, there's nobody I need I need I need my own space

    Watch the Hip Hop Awards on  Tuesday, October 4, at 9 PM ET/PT on BET

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