Trina Braxton Net Worth: Trina Braxton who has a net worth of $1.5 million dollars is an American singer, actress, and television personality. She’s known for her ability to release wonderful melodies which is well received by her numerous fan across the globe.
Trina Braxton Profile
- Name: Trina Evette Braxton
- Known as: Katrina Braxton
- Birth Date: December 3, 1974
- Birth Place: Severn, Maryland
- Age: He is currently 44 years old
- State Of Origin: Severn, Maryland
- Nationality: American
- Source Of Income: Singer, rapper and a stage performer
- Net Worth: $1.5 Million Dollars
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- Siblings: Updating soon
- Height: 5 feet 9 inches (175 cm)
- Weight: 71 kg (134 lbs)
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- Salary: Updating Soon
- Social Media: Instagram, Twitter
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Trina Braxton Biography
Trina Braxton was born Trina Evette Braxton on December 3, 1974, in Severn, Maryland. Her mother, Evelyn, was a cosmetologist, pastor, and former opera singer, and her father, Michael, was a power company worker and Methodist clergyman. Trina grew up with brother Michael, Jr. and sisters Toni, Traci, Towanda, and Tamar, and she sang in the church choir during her youth.
The Braxton sisters signed with Arista Records in 1989, and the following year, they released the single “Good Life,” which reached #79 on the “Billboard” Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles chart. The Braxtons were dropped by their record label, and Toni was signed to LaFace Records as a solo artist. Trina, Tamar, Towanda, and Traci joined Toni’s first U.S. tour as backup singers, and they appeared in her “Seven Whole Days” music video. The Braxtons were signed to LaFace Records in 1993, but when A&R Vice President Bryant Reid left for Atlantic Records, he took the group with him. Traci left the band, and in 2011, it was revealed that she wasn’t allowed to sign with the label because she was pregnant. The Braxtons released the album “So Many Ways” on August 13, 1996, and it peaked at #26 on the “Billboard” R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and #2 on the Heatseekers Albums chart. After Tamar decided to pursue a solo career in 1998, The Braxtons disbanded.
In 2004, Braxton played Tracy Stevens in the Tyler Perry play “Meet the Browns” and Deena Jones in “Dreamgirls.” In 2005, she appeared in the films “Jail Party” and “The Walk.” In 2009, Trina became the lead singer of a wedding band, Simply Irresistible, and reunited with Tyler Perry to do a cameo in his film “I Can Do Bad All By Myself.” In 2011, the Braxton sisters began starring on “Braxton Family Values,” which was WE tv’s #1 reality show during its first season. As of this writing, the series has aired 148 episodes over seven seasons, and Trina also serves as an executive producer. She embarked on a solo career in 2012 and signed a record deal with Soltri Entertainment. She has released the singles “Party or Go Home” (2012) and “Game Time” (2013) and performed on “The Chipmunk Song (Christmas Don’t Be Late)” on Tamar’s 2013 album “Loversland.” In 2015, The Braxtons released the album “Braxton Family Christmas,” which topped the Heatseekers Albums chart. In 2018, Trina was featured on Traci’s single “Broken Things” and appeared in the play “Head Over Heels,” and in 2019, she starred in “Hip Hop Holiday” on the BET network.