Trina set the party vibe, with a red Solo cup in hand, for her Billboard Live At-Home concert on Wednesday (April 1) with an acoustic set that raised money for Plus 1, an organization that connects artists to millions of concertgoers for a $1 donation to raise funds for high-impact nonprofits addressing some of the planet’s greatest obstacles.
It was a special day for the self-proclaimed “Queen of Miami,” with April 1 marking the 12th anniversary of her fourth studio Still Da Baddest. “I love all the rock stars out there that have been following me since day one,” said Trina. “I am so grateful to be here. It’s been a whole journey. It’s been a lot of trials and tribulations. But we did not give up. I kept fighting for you, the fans that support me.”
From the privacy of her Miami balcony, the Love & Hip-Hop: Miami star basked in the sun and started the set with “Single Again,” backed by Trina’s Rock Star Music Group R&B singer Nia Amber. “This first record is to all the single people that are out in the world today,” the rapper said. “Keep your head up, be strong, stay inspired, love yourself until love finds you.”
After ending the show with “Here We Go,” Trina answered fan questions, which included exclusive info about an upcoming seventh album. “Wow, the seventh album is basically done,” she said. “I have so much new stuff in store for you guys. Unfortunately we all are dealing with this pandemic and it’s more important that we stay safe. I promise I’ll be back soon. Take care of your loved ones. We just all want to get through this together. We are with you guys. Stay surrounded by love in this dark time.”