Glamorest Life

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Glamorest Life
Studio album by Trina
Released October 4, 2005
Recorded 2004–2005
Length 47:14
Label Slip-N-Slide/Atlantic
Trina chronology
Diamond Princess
(2002)Diamond Princess2002
Glamorest Life
Still da Baddest
(2008)Still da Baddest2008
Singles from Glamorest Life
  1. "Don't Trip"
    Released: April 28, 2005
  2. "Here We Go"
    Released: September 23, 2005
  3. "Da Club"
    Released: November 22, 2005
Professional ratings
Review scores
Allmusic2.5/5 stars[1]

Glamorest Life is the third studio album by American rapper Trina, released on October 4, 2005.[3]


Glamorest Life was released on October 4, 2005.[4] The album debuted at number eleven on the Billboard 200,[5] number two on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and number two on the Top Rap Albums chart. It sold 77,000 units in its first week.[6]

In 2007, Trina left Atlantic Records and signed to EMI in conjunction with her original label, Slip-n-Slide Records.[7] In December 2005 Trina appears on the soundtrack of the film "Boss'n Up" with Snoop Dogg and Lil Jon.


It spawned three singles: The lead single "Don't Trip", featuring Lil Wayne, the single wasn't largely successful, however, as it only reached number seventy-four on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.

The second single from the album, "Here We Go", featuring Kelly Rowland, was released in September 2005. The single reached seventeen on the Hot 100, number eight on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart and number three on the Hot Rap Songs chart. The single also reached the Top 20 in most countries worldwide, becoming Trina's first highly-successful single. The single went Gold in 2006 for selling over 500,000 copies.[8] The song has been listed for 33 weeks in 4 different charts. Its first appearance was week 40/2005 in the US Singles Top 100 and the last appearance was week 22/2006 in the UK Singles Top 75. Its peak position was number 15, on the UK Singles Top 75, it stayed there for 1 week. Its highest entry was number 17 in the Finland Singles Top 20 and New Zealand Top 40.[9]

The third and final single "Da Club", featuring Mannie Fresh, was released on November 22, 2005.


Commercial performance[edit]

The album debuted at number eleven on the US Billboard 200, number two on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and number two on the Top Rap Albums chart, selling 77,000 units in its first week.[10] To date the album sold over 400,000 copies.[11]

Track listing[edit]

1."Sum Mo" (featuring Dre)3:36
2."Don't Trip" (featuring Lil Wayne)3:28
3."Shake" (featuring Lil Scrappy)4:05
4."Here We Go" (featuring Kelly Rowland)3:50
5."Sexy Gurl" (featuring Snoop Dogg, Shia Labeouf & Money Mark Diggla)3:45
6."Da Club" (featuring Mannie Fresh)3:51
7."It's Your B-Day" (featuring Jazze Pha)3:28
8."I Gotta" (featuring Rick Ross)3:09
9."Throw It Back" (featuring Deuce Poppi)3:12
10."50/50" (featuring Trey Songz)3:01
11."So Fresh" (featuring Plies)4:01
12."Reach Out"3:42
13."Lil Mama" (featuring Dre)4:12


Credits for Glamorest Life adapted from Allmusic.[12]


Chart (2005) Peak
US Billboard 200[13] 11
US Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums[13] 2
US Billboard Top Rap Albums[13] 2

Year-end chart[edit]

Chart (2005) Position
U.S. Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums 79[14]


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