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Ms. Triniti Is ‘Burnin’ Up Airwaves Across The U.S. With Blazing New Single

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New York, March 11, 2008 – Ms. Triniti, who’s single “Bongce Along” peaked at #16 on the Billboard Hip Hop/R&B Singles Sales Chart last year, is once again setting U.S. airwaves afire with her scorching new single “Wi Burnin (Woy Yoy Yoy).” Already blazing playlists throughout Jamaica, the Caribbean, and Japan, the infectious party-rocking anthem has finally made its U.S. debut, hitting stations from coast to coast with Triniti’s signature blend of Reggae, Hip Hop and R&B—or, as she coins it, “Ragga Hop.”

Written by Ms. Triniti, in collaboration with Dancehall deejay Zumjay, and produced by Unseen Lab’s Qmillion, ‘Wi Burnin’ made its U.S. radio debut in early 2008, garnering heavy rotation on stations like Los Angeles’ 102.3FM, 102.9 ‘Da Bomb’ Radio in Texas, and HotZ95 FM out of Texas. The steamy hip-gyrating video is riding high on Caribbean stations like MTV Tempo, RE TV, and HYPE TV, and local video programs in Los Angeles and San Diego. Currently ‘Wi Burnin’ is perched at #14 on the Billboard Hip Hop/R&B Singles Sales Chart.

Born to a Trinidadian father and American mother, and raised between the U.K. and the Caribbean, Ms. Triniti’s unique style is a rhythmic multi-cultural melting pot. The Caribbean’s answer to Beyoncé, Triniti is a soulful songstress, sassy singjay, and hard-hitting deejay wrapped in an irresistibly exotic package. Her previous single “Love it Like That” featuring Cham was featured on his highly successful cross-over album Ghetto Story, while “Bongce Along” peaked at #5 on Jamaica’s Top 30 Singles Chart, earning her a nomination for ‘Best New Artist” at the Excellence in Music and Entertainment Awards in Jamaica.

Recognized by some of Reggae, R&B and Hip Hop’s heavy hitting producers, Triniti has worked with everyone from Grammy nominated dynamic duo Sly and Robbie, to Lenky Marsden, the man behind Sean Paul’s mega hit “Get Busy”, and R&B singer/producer Mario Winans. After a brief stint as a Sony/Columbia recording artist in 2003-2004, Triniti launched out on her own with her company Trini Girl Music LLC. She has toured with Sean Paul and Ja Rule, and opened for Shaggy, Elephant Man, Kevin Lyttle, Beenie Man, and Maxi Priest among others, performing throughout the U.S., Caribbean, Europe, and Japan. Her songs have been featured in several major motion pictures including: Two for the Money starring Al Pacino, and Zoom featuring Tim Allen. Currently, Ms. Triniti is preparing to shoot a music video with Reggae singer Da’Ville for the duet “Never Gonna Know.”

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