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Ragga Hop

by Triniti

Reggae/Dancehall Pop Fusion female artist
Genre: World: Reggae
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Fa Da Love of Da Dancehall
Ms Triniti
4:05 album only
2. Triniti Sound
Ms Triniti
3:08 album only
3. Na Ga Hold Us Back
Ms Triniti
3:43 album only
4. Big Ups
Ms Triniti
3:36 album only
5. Hot Again
4:09 album only
6. I Remember
Ms Triniti
3:24 album only
7. Can't Go On
Ms Triniti
2:53 album only
8. Do U Really Want to Hurt Me?
3:16 album only
9. Yardie Yardie
Ms Triniti
3:46 album only
10. Dangerous
3:19 album only
11. Uptown Top Rankin
Ms Triniti
3:53 album only
12. Everyday
Ms Triniti
3:22 album only
13. Virtual Reality
Ms Triniti
3:57 album only
14. How We Gonna Know
8:22 album only


Album Notes
Ms. Triniti was born in London, then raised between the UK and the Caribbean. Her Father is from Trinidad and her mother from the USA. Creating a totally unique sound she calls ‘Ragga Hop’. Her unique vocal ability to switch from Soulful Songstress, Singjay to Deejay style Rapping, puts her in a category all of her own.
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, Triniti had all the credentials she needed to take the world by storm.

Ms Triniti hails four Top 5 singles in Jamaica including two #1 hits, ‘Burnin”, feat. Beenie Man, and ‘If I was ur Girl’, as well as two Top 20 singles on the US Billboard Hip Hop/RnB Singles sales chart. In Japan, Ms. Trinti has two Top 40 albums with over 100,000 records and 100,000 ringtones sold on EMI records.

Expanding her music worldwide, Triniti signed to Universal Music/Canada and Get Up Concertii/Universal Music/Italy at the end of 2009.
In Africa her music spread like fire, taking home 2 trophies at the Tanzanian Music Awards for ‘Best Dancehall Song & Best Video in 2011. Nominated twice for ‘Best Video” at the “African Music Awards’. Triniti has toured in Uganda, Rwanda, Tanzania and Ghana.

In Japan Trinit’s 5th album was released in June 2012 on Nippon Crown Records, entitled ‘Ragga Lovers’ The single, ‘Love you forever’ remained #1 on the International chart for 2 weeks.

Other exciting news is Triniti’s new project, ‘Island Fit’ a Fitness DVD series. Bringing her expertise as a former Athlete and Fitness Professional together, Triniti created a Dance Fitness workout based around Caribbean movement, that is not just fun but based on real science. It was shot in Jamaica and set for a 2015 release. With fun exciting dance moves all choreographed to Ms Triniti’s infectious music, it’s sure to be a Hit!

Ms. Triniti’s song writing talents run deep. With songs already placed in hundreds of Major Motion Pictures, TV Shows and commercials, including movies, Two for the Money starring Al Pacino, Zoom featuring Tim Allen, Like Mike II, Center Stage II, and hit shows like, ‘Glee’, ‘America’s Next Top Model’, ‘Keeping up with the Kardashians’, ‘Come Fly with Me’, Dollhouse, Road Rules, ‘New Girl’ and ‘Up All Night’. Commercials so far include a feature for Dentyne gum, Walmart and Colgate Toothpaste.

In 2009, Triniti opened for ‘Lil Wayne’ for a Sold Out 10,000 seat Stadium, as well as T Pain and Ludacris in New York . In 2006, she toured 13 dates with Sean Paul, and 4 with Ja Rule, in 2007 she opened for legends like Shaggy, Luciano and Maxi Priest among others.
In 2008, Triniti was nominated for two EME nominations(Jamaican Grammy’s), for Best Vocalist and Best Collaboration.



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Meeshack R. Lee A.K.A. P.R.O.T.E.A.S. (President, Thoughts Mani

Ragga Hop is what good music Should Be!
I copped 2 copies of this album and was glad I did so. From beginning to end, this CD takes you on a journey. Whatever mood you may be in; boastful, romantic, bashment, relaxing, and all emotions in between...Ragga Hop got you covered. This is a strong buy and I plan on getting my next copies on vinyl...'cause this has to bang in the clubs and dancehalls also. It has to be illegal NOT to own this work of art. I suggest you get yours today!



Excellent CD
This CD by Triniti is excellent from beginning to the end. Highly recommended to anyone who likes the reggae vibe. Great variety of styles throughout the CD.


Triniti's Ragga Hop hugh Hits
What all Rude Girls, secretly (scratch that), openly need is love…true love. You playing tough, yardie people, you feel yuh rough…nah true. Is love, real love, for real. On this album CD, Triniti spreads mad Ragga Hop love, as well as affirm her own unique musical voice. Check it. Spread the word. Most of the tracks are real Dancehall flavors that would rock any party in the Americas (the Caribbean included, of course), Europe, Africa, and many other lively parties worldwide. The CD is a seamless blend of all Triniti’s pop music experiences while growing up in the different places she lived. I imagine they include American and British Pop, American R&B, Jamaican Reggae, Trinidad Soca, and American Hip-Hop. Well, she was really listening to this cornucopia of different sounds and found the exotic spices to integrate them all. The sound of Triniti’s unique vibes never loses it’s coherent identity and always shines through no matter who was at the mixing board, even with the numerous producers on this CD. The result is an extraordinary achievement, and would make the most jaded want to “wine up their waist.” If one wants to relax after a dance-till-you’re-drenched-in-sweat, Triniti-sound party, or smile to an uplifting tune to start your day, then “Everyday” is the ticket. And, discover the retro style Reggae track, “How we gonna Know” that reminds one why the world fell in love with Reggae in the first place, before the incredible dominance of Bob Marley.

“How we gonna know what love is, if we keep on fighting?” Tell meh nah. Big Ups, Triniti!


You won't be able to turn it off
Triniti has struct gold with her CD ragga hop. Each song is a unique blend of music that touches your soul and makes you move your feet.It's 14 songs that you will play over and over again. You won't be able to turn it off.A must have for anyones CD collection

Socrates Ibanez

I have no regrets in the recent purchase of Triniti's cd. I hope for the best in her career. I will be looking out for her next release. Have a great Thanksgiving!!!

Socrates Ibanez

Joel Schou

Initially confounded, but ultimately pleased
I bought this CD because I was impressed with the free iTunes track last week and after sampling the 30-second previews of the rest of the album on iTunes, I decided to order the CD (I'm a stickler for physical media). The first listen took place at work on our cheap shelf system with very poor speakers. I was very disappointed because the CD didn't seem at all like the samples I'd listened to the night before at home. However, rather than give up on the CD, I decided to give it another shot the next day and brought my good headphones with me to the office. It was like night and day. I found myself bobbing my head and tapping my toes and hearing all sorts of fine musical details in songs that the day before had been completely lost, flat, and boring. After one run through the CD I hit play again and listened a second time. The CD then made its way to a more permanent home in my car. In fact, just today I was listening to it on the way home. I heartily approve and am very happy with the CD. I hope Triniti keeps up the good work!


Damn gyrl.....
this cd is tight...that reggaehop is off the chain...shes gonna be hot....I juss wanna say holla at k-dubb gyrl,....lets do sumthin together..go check me out under "out the gate"...or k-dubb...but back to triniti..this is it buy it buy it

buboo76 ktn3 production

i must have this cd... i love it... and it's the best!!
i just heard the sample of this cd about couple minutes ago and i really have to get me one cause it's driving me crazy already.. i love your music especially knowing that you love what your doing that means i can do it cause i've been trying so hard.. give you alot of props for your alburm.. have a great one... buboo


Triniti's CD is awesome!! She has such a unique style! This is definetly a must have for your CD collection!


DAMN I LOVE THIS CD! I LOVE EVERY SONG! when i 1st heard previews of her songs i knew i had to get the CD! Triniti has a beautiful voice and her beats are hot as hell! if you are a reggae fan, like me, then you will love this cd. even if you weren't a reggae fan this CD will have you up dancin'!!
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