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Da Baddest Bitch
     

Da Baddest Bitch

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by Trina
 
The parameters of hip-hop feminism look to be tested once again with the debut of Trina's DA BADDEST B***H. In the tradition of Lil' Kim and Foxy Brown, the 20-year-old takes a scandalous approach, offering a wild ride full of sex, materialism, and more sex. Trina -- who made us take notice on the

Overview

The parameters of hip-hop feminism look to be tested once again with the debut of Trina's DA BADDEST B***H. In the tradition of Lil' Kim and Foxy Brown, the 20-year-old takes a scandalous approach, offering a wild ride full of sex, materialism, and more sex. Trina -- who made us take notice on the Trick Daddy hit "Naan Nigga" -- has no problem expressing herself explicitly over the Miami bass-influenced tracks provided by producers like Black Mob Group and Righteous Funk Boogie, especially on the bass-heavy title track. "Ain't S**t," featuring feisty newcomer Lois Lane, is an answer song to Snoop Dogg's classic "B***hes Ain't S**t," that proves Trina can give back as good as she gets. And Trick Daddy drops in to trade verses on the go-go saturated "Off the Chain with It." Trina's sexy image and her risqué lyrics will definitely raise a few eyebrows. But her Dirty South beats will inspire your other body parts to move as well.

Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Michael Gallucci
Rapper Trina hopes to pick up where Lil' Kim, Da Brat, and a host of other potty-mouthed hardcore gals left off, rhyming about sex and her ability to go at it all night and her quest to find a man willing to do the same for her. Da Baddest Bitch is at its best when Trina steps out of the gutter and cops a Miami bass beat aimed more toward the dancefloor than the bedroom. The title track and "Off Glass," as well as guest performances from Trick Daddy, Twista, and J-Shin, keep the momentum relatively steady.
Entertainment Weekly - Craig Seymour
...Trina boldly positions herself as the new queen of randy hip-hop tales in which sex is a contact sport played by rival genders.

Product Details

Release Date:
03/21/2000
Label:
Atlantic
UPC:
0075678321221
catalogNumber:
83212

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Trina   Primary Artist
Trick Daddy   Track Performer
Deuce Poppito Of 24 Karatz   Track Performer

Technical Credits

Robert Alexander   Art Direction
Derrick Baker   Producer
Leland Robinson   Producer
Charles Harrison   Producer
JV   Engineer
Thomas Bricker   Art Direction
Richard Bates   Art Direction
Trina   Liner Notes
Righteous Funk Boogie   Producer,Engineer
Mike Caren   Art Direction
Dwayne Webb   Producer
Black Mob Group   Producer
Hugo Boss   Producer
Red Spyda   Producer

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Da Baddest Bitch 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I think Trina is one of the tighest female rappers and these haters need to gone and give her props and Trina keep goin on with yours cause you got yo money and Dallas representin for you all the way.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Miss Trina and her explicit lyrics is just what I need to get in the mood to go to club hang the girls or by my damn self. Their are many tracks on this album for grown woman to enjoy. From nigga get out of face to show me the money she has a song for every mood. If you're an independent female who don't play, this the album you need to keep your moral boosted. Her next album is defintly anticipated by me.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I LIKED IT BECAUSE IT GIVES WOMEN MORE POWER TO SAY WHAT THEY FEEL AND BE TUFF NOT LETTING THERE MEN CHEAT ON US WOMEN. DON'T BE SCARED TO SAY WHAT YOU FEEL THAT'S WHAT I LEARNED FROM TRINA SONG NOW IM GOING TO BE BAD. THANK,YOU TRINA
Guest More than 1 year ago
YOU NEED TO GET THAT CD CAUSE MY GIRL TRINA HAVE DONE IT WITH THAT CD SO GO GET IT