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Diamond Princess


Download links and information about Diamond Princess by Trina. This album was released in 2002 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 17 tracks with total duration of 51:11 minutes.

Artist: Trina
Release date: 2002
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap
Tracks: 17
Duration: 51:11
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No. Title Length
1. Intro (Sommore) 0:52
2. Hustling 2:54
3. Told Ya'll (feat. Rick Ross) 3:14
4. Rewind That Back (feat. Missy Elliott) 3:16
5. B R Right (feat. Ludacris) 4:21
6. U & Me 4:07
7. Busted Skit 1:57
8. Nasty Bitch (feat. Money Mark of Tre+6) 2:34
9. No Panties (feat. Tweet) 2:42
10. I Wanna Holla (feat. Duece Poppi) 3:12
11. How We Do? (feat. Fabolous) 3:19
12. Kandi (feat. Lil Brianna) 3:09
13. Ladies 1st (feat. Eve) 3:30
14. Get This Money 3:50
15. 100% 4:13
16. Do You Want Me? (feat. Bathgate) 3:40
17. Outro (Sommore) 0:21



So many female rappers as attractive as Trina are there because of two things: first, they know someone; second, they're gorgeous. While Trina is definitely sexy and is in good with Trick Daddy, it was evident from her first album that she was making music for another reason — she's a formidable rapper. There hasn't been a ton of female rappers to emerge from the south, and Trina blends her southern style nicely with intelligible lyrics to give her some national appeal. She's like a new Roxanne Shanté or Lil' Kim, but from down south. Trina makes this album a worthy follow-up to her last LP by bringing some very talented help with her. Bathgate, Ludacris, Deuce Poppi, and Rick Ross from the Slip-N-Slide label, as well as Missy Elliott, all make guest appearances here (does a female rapper ever do an album without another female rapper on it?). Although this record differs a lot from her first, it's a step in the right direction and should provide her with fans from a much larger area. Trina is a dirty girl from the Dirty South, and she proves her hardness in the Eazy-E remake of "No More Questions." If you liked her first album, this is a different-sounding record but arguably better.