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Glamorest Life

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Trina aka The Baddest Bitch aka The Diamond Princess returns! The true queen of the south is back with her 3rd album Glamorest Life. Trina has graduated to a new level in her career as a gorgeous, classy artist and savvy business woman but still keeping that sexy edgy side that her fans know and love. Trina puts it down hard her third time around kicking it off with her new single 'Don't Trip' featuring Mannie Fresh. Also coming out to show support is Snoop Dog, Trey Songz, Kelly Rowland, Lil Scrappy and Teedra Moses and production by Cool and Dre, Jazze Pha, Kanye West, Jim Jonson and Big D and many more! Atlantic. 2005.
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (October 4, 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Atlantic
  • ASIN: B000AYEI86
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (74 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #141,204 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By K. Fehribach on October 4, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I've been a fan of Trina's since her guest stint on Ludacris' "What's Your Fantasy (Remix)" and have been following her career ever since. And even though she's my favourite female MC, I'll admit she may not be the best in the game; what I will say, though, is that even though she may not write all of her own rhymes, when she steps up to the mic, she makes them hers. And this has never been better demonstrated than with GLAMOREST LIFE.

This is Trina's first release since 2002's DIAMOND PRINCESS. Fans have seen plenty release dates come and go, and we've also heard a lot of the tracks written for the original incarnation of the album, many produced by Pharrell Williams: "Heated," "Big Ol' D*ck (Leaving You)," "Feels Good," "Put It On Top," and "Spend." All of these have been left off the album in favour of more recently recorded material, and while I must admit I was a bit disappointed when I first learned none of them had made the final cut, I can honestly say I believe this to be a wise decision. While every track blazed and showed major improvement from the material on her previous two albums, I don't believe they would've worked well alongside the newly recorded tracks.

Trina has stepped her game up here. She's cut out all of the filler songs and all of the usual skits, leaving the listener with thirteen tracks of straight fire. She's also shifted her focus from money and sex (even though both themes are still present, 'cause come on, it's the Diamond Princess!), giving her a wider range of subject material to work with. And while all but one of the thirteen feature at least one guest artist ("Reach Out" being the exception), you still know this is Trina's album.

Standout tracks include the first two singles, "Don't Trip (ft. Lil Wayne)" and "Here We Go (ft.
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Hey i like Trina and I dig some of her songs, but I've always found her albums to be wack. I haven't heard Baddest Bitch, but i did buy Diamond Princess (because of the song B R Right) and i was majorly disappointed, i think thats the only cd i've ever thrown away! Glamorest Life is a step up from Diamond Princess, but that isn't saying much. There are a few decent tracks on here but to be quite honest the majority of the cd is pretty laughable. I think Trina is stronger when she is a featured artist on tracks, but when it comes down to holding down her own tracks she doesn't seem to be able to pull it off. I recommend getting Lil' Kims The Naked Truth or Missy's Cookbook over Glamorest Life, because they're actually worth the money you spend on them.
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Trina didn't do as well as her last two albums. As a matter of fact, her last albums weren't that great. Trina is trying to play her music that talks about the bad effects of relationship, and the criticism of men. Each of her albums has sexual libido ,and talks about the same thing within that album until it gets very old. The album contains the same beats as her last two albums,Da Baddest B****h and Diamond Princess. The albums that were released are barely making Gold or Platinum status, In my opinion, I believed if she discuss other issues instead of sex, criticism of men, and the bad effects of a relationship,her lyrics could be better. It will be better if she works more on her beats and collaborate with producers like Kanye West, Common, Scarface, Dr.Dre, and the legendary Kurtis Blow. Those are a few people she can explore with her beats and possibly, help her in her music. To conclude with the discussion, I give the album one star, and hopefully she will do a better job with any of her future albums.
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The Glamorest Life exemplifies why Trina was crowned the "Diamond Princess", the album is pure royalty! Opening up with the incredible "Sum Mo" where she assertively declares that she's back all the way up to the smooth closer "Lil Mama" where she samples Tony! Toni! Tone! "Pillow (Lay Your Head on My Pillow)" is amazing and will have you definitely replaying this album, although you'd might skip a few tracks once repeated. Besides that the album is just a little over forty-five minutes, Trina shows no signs of maturity, she's still bragging about material objects like her clothes, cars, jewelry, etc., like she did on her previous albums. But I can't lie with the new sounds and unique rhymes you wouldn't even know what she was rapping about, it is however a pretty good album, it's a nice record to ride to!

1. Sum Mo 5/5

2. Don't Trip 5/5

3. Shake 5/5

4. Here We Go 5/5

5. Sexy Gurl 5/5

6. Da Club 3/5

7. It's Your B-Day 5/5

8. I Gotta 4/5

9. Throw it Back 5/5

10. 50/50 Love 4/5

11. So Fresh 3/5

12. Reach Out 3/5

13. Lil Mama 4/5

Grade 51/65 = 78% C+

Pretty decent go cop it!
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Before Ghia aka thug mister came in the game Trina was qualified as the worst female rapper ever but Khia has that title on lock and isnt giving it up easily. This album is just as bad as her other two albums. Her lyrics are cheesy and the beats are secondhand garbage. The only songs with decent production are sum mo, dont trip and shake. But Trina's preschooler style of rhyming ruins them easily. For the life of me I could never understand how a female rapper can be so raunchy and be so corny at the same time! She is exactly what Britney Spears would be if she was black. I feel sorry for anybody that looks up to this voodoo doll as a role model!
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