Here We Go (Trina song)

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"Here We Go"
Here We Go (Trina song).jpg
Single by Trina featuring Kelly Rowland
from the album Glamorest Life
A-side "Don't Trip"
B-side "Tonight"
Released September 23, 2005
Format
Genre
Length 3:50
Label
Writer(s)
Producer(s) Jim Jonsin
Trina singles chronology
"Don't Trip"
(2005)
"Here We Go"
(2005)
"Go Girl"
(2007)
Kelly Rowland singles chronology
"Une femme en prison"
(2003)
"Here We Go"
(2005)
"Like This"
(2007)

"Here We Go" is a song recorded by Americn rapper Trina. Built around a sample from Force MDs's "Tender Love" (1985), it was produced by Jim Jonsin for her third album Glamorest Life (2005) and features guest vocals by R&B singer Kelly Rowland. The song was released on September 23, 2005 as the album's second single and became Trina's first solo top 20 hit on the US Billboard Hot 100. Elsewhere released in April 2006, "Here We Go" also saw success in the UK and New Zealand, reaching number 15 in both countries. In the United States, the song was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) in 2006 for selling over 500,000 copies.[1][2]

Trina included the official remix version of the song on her mixtape Rockstarr: The Baddest Bitch Reloaded, with a new verse from herself as well as a verse from Lil Wayne.

Commercial performance[edit]

The song "Here We Go" by Trina and Kelly Rowland 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.[3]

Music video[edit]

The music video was directed by Nick Quested. American professional basketball player Rasual Butler starred in the music video. Trina is on the phone to her love interest, tells him she has had enough of him and his infidelity and announces that the relationship is over. Kelly supports Trina, shows her photographs of her love interest and another woman spending quality time together in an restaurant and Trina is devastated. With the relationship being over, she decides to move out, empties his house, puts his possessions for sale and she and Kelly get on a cab and smile. Her love interest comes home in a taxi, enters his home, notices all his belongings and possessions are gone, finds an envelope on the floor and picks it up. As he opens it, he pulls out the photographs containing him and his mistress and is shocked to discover Trina found out about the affair. It is shown that the other woman is also the person who drives them away. As her love interest is looking at the photos a man walks into the house and attacks him.

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