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its tunes, like "No Panties" and "B R Right" also received major airplays on some radio stations, unquestionably enhancing her status and superiority among other female rappers in American music scene.
Once again involved in the remixes of other artists' works, including Chingy's "Right Thurr", Webbie's "Bad Bitch", and Ebony Eyez's "In Ya Face", it was not until October 2005 that Trina brought out her next album, "Glamorest Life." Marvelously debuted at number 11 on The Billboard 200, it made satisfying result when sold for 77,000 copies one week after being released, then grew increasingly to score more than 210,000 copies sale by late 2005. In the meantime, its hit song, "Here We Go" featuring Kelly Rowland, strived to the top 20 of three Billboard Music Charts while also took the 17th position of Billboard Hot 100, showing that she has maintained her career really well despite her 3-years hiatus. She earned nomination as Favorite Rap/Hip-Hop Female Artist at 2005 American Music Awards before parting with Atlantic Records to sign a new deal with EMI Music Group.
She is back to the "Baddest" theme for her fourth studio album that is tentatively titled 'Still the Baddest'. The album will be released on February 12, 2008 with first single called 'Single Again'.
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