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That way, if something goes wrong, and the relationship doesn’t work out, the friendship could probably still be cool.
And I never got into a relationship – we were friends, we worked together, we did records, we did stuff.
The album debuted at number 6 on the Billboard 200 and number one on the US R&B/Hip-Hop Albums.
Still Da Baddest is the fourth studio album by American rapper Trina.
It was released on April 1, 2008, by Slip-n-Slide, EMI and DP Entertainment.
That's why she's still the baddest." In an interview with Rajul Punjabi, Trina described the album's direction as experimental, noting her vocal additions to "Single Again" and the techno-production on "Crash My Party" as prime examples. I feel good about going into the studio on this project after the change from Atlantic [Records] and with all the issues from the label’s side.
Trina revealed that the energy surrounding the album is different because it marks her first release since parting ways with longtime boyfriend, American rapper Lil Wayne, forcing her view through a different perspective. When it came down to the actual production and putting the album together, I was in a more peaceful place.