Triniti's single, 'Burnin Burnin' feat. Beenie Man, after spending two weeks at #1 on Jamaica's Top 30 Singles chart is now the most added song on US College Radio. The steamy hip-gyrating video held the #1 position for 3 weeks in Jamaica and and is the most requested Reggae Video On Time Warner Music Choice TV. Now Nominated for two EME nominations(Jamaican Grammy's), for Best Vocalist and Best Collaboration, Triniti is taking over the Island with her music, having just shot her new solo video there, 'Mr Deejay' and preparing for a new video with Vybz Kartel on their Summer Smash, "lockdown'. 'Wi Burnin' has already reached number 14 on the Billboard Hip Hop/R&B Singles Sales Chart. Her previous single "Love it Like That" with Cham, was featured on his highly successful cross-over album Ghetto Story, while "Bongce Along" feat Edee peaked at 5 on Jamaica's Top 30 Singles Chart.
Triniti will soon release her 4th studio album in Japan, where her Ringtone for Mr Deejay has already hit #1 on the Reggae Singles chart. Triniti's first three records all reached Top 40 on the Oricon Chart, selling over 100,000 records and an additional 100,000 ringtones; she is also preparing for her debut release on Soul Kiss/Universal Records in Canada this July. Upcoming shows include LA, Jamaica, Japan and Canada and an Italian Tour.
Ms.Triniti landed her first tour in Ghana, where she opened for Fat Joe and Omarion , performing for thousands of African Fans, as 'Wi Burnin hit The Motherland's Airwaves. Weeks later in New York, she opened for the Hottest Man in Hip Hop, 'Lil Wayne' for a Sold Out 10,000 seat Stadium, as well as headlining shows in Las Vegas, Chicago and LA, and then wowing Kids all over Jamaica during her Jamaican 'School Tour'. Next up were 3 shows with T Pain, Ludacris and Beenie Man in New York.
In 2006, Triniti toured 13 dates with Sean Paul, and 4 with Ja Rule, in 2007 she opened for legends like Shaggy, Luciano, Elephant Man, Vybes Kartel and Maxi Priest among others. 2008 promises to be her best year yet, and STILL an Independent Artist. Triniti continues to work on Scoring Projects, as of now her songs have been featured in over a dozen major motion pictures and TV shows including: Two for the Money starring Al Pacino, Zoom featuring Tim Allen, Like Mike II, Center Stage II, Yellow and Keeping up with the Kardashians, more to come.
Ms. Triniti was born to a Trinidadian Father, and an American Mother, and then raised, between the UK and the Caribbean. She embodies as many influences in to her music as her name suggests, creating a totally Unique sound, writing hits you'd expect from Beyonce, but with a twist-a Caribbean flow to the likes of Sean Paul. Her unique vocal ability to switch from Soulful Songstress, SingJay to Deejay style Rapping, puts her in a category all of her own. Destined for Superstardom, Triniti embodies everything you'd expect from a World Class artist. At 15, she had her first record deal. At 17, she was a World Ranked, Professional Tennis player. Arriving in the U.S. on a Tennis Scholarship at 18, and, graduating, Magna Cum Laude at 22, it appears that Triniti has all the credentials she needs to take the world by storm.