ALLBLK is dropping the latest episode of A Closer Look – it’s popular docu-series profiling R&B, soul, and hip-hop artists whose songs have and continue to top the billboard charts and re-shape the music industry. The fifth installment features “the most consistent rapper of all-time” as noted by XXL magazine, Trina. Rising to prominence in 1998 with her appearance on Trick Daddy’s “Nann,” Trina has released 6 studio albums to date – including the Billboard Top 10 album, Still Da Baddest. Recognized by Billboard as one of “31 Female Rappers Who Changed Hip-Hop,” the latest episode features Trina opening up about her rise to fame, misconceptions from the public, and more. A Closer Look with Trina premieres Thursday, October 28th on ALLBLK.

A Closer Look on ALLBLK, from 4x NAACP Image Award winning producer, Isaac Taylor highlights an artist’s career from the beginning to present day. Each episode consists of a one on one sit-down interview between the artist and producer of the show, and will also highlight music videos/live performances, studio sessions, archival interviews, B-roll footage, and guest interviews, placing, “A Closer Look” on the artist’s career and life.” Artists previously featured on the show include Ralph Tresvant, the lead singer of the legendary R&B group, New Edition; Award winning, singer, songwriter and producer, Brian McKnight; Grammy nominated, singer-songwriter and actor, Eric Benét; and Grammy nominated songstress, Marsha Ambrosius.


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