Mz.Trinity is one of the most lyrical hard-edged female MC to hit the scene today. With her catchy phrases, outstanding word play and hardcore attitude, she most defiantly can hold her own on the mic. Mz.Trinity was born in Houston, Tx in 1982, and started rapping at age 10.
Straight out of Elementary School she began rapping on 97.9 The Box 5:30pm Roll Call on Madd Hattas afternoon show. The Roll Call was where people could call in and display their skills live on the air. Becoming a regular on the Roll Call, she had a chance to be heard and develop her skills battling other callers live on air. Before she knew it she was battling MCs in contests and just for the love of it. After graduating High School in 2000 she slowly stopped rapping on the Roll Call. Not knowing what was in store for her future, she decided to attend The University of Houston Downtown for a Communication Degree.
However, little did she know that would be the places where she would meet T. Farris, A&R of Swisha House Entertainment. They knew each other from Middle School and High School but never really talked about music until they crossed paths again in college. Soon T. Farris introduce her to G-Dash, co-owner of Swisha House Entertainment and after meeting him she had a chance to feature on Choppin em Up 6, Straight To Tha Room pt2, and The Day Hell Brooke Lose pt2.
Soon she came out with her first underground mix tape entitled The Madness Begins. Talking shit should have been her middle name because on that mix tape she was not playing around, the madness did begin. On December 17, 2006 she graduated from college and received her Degree in Communication. Then she came back with her second mix tape entitled No Nuts No Glory. In January of 2008 she received a Southern Entertainment award for Slept On Artist Of The Year. Then it was time for the world to wake up and see what she was all about. She came back to drop her 3rd mix tape entitled The Madness Never Ends hosted by DJ Michael 5000 Watts.
Now she’s currently back, with her new single entitled “I Like The Way”.