Trin-I-Tee 5:7 is a gospel trio from New Orleans, Louisiana in the United States. The group was marketed as a gospel alternative to R&B girl groups such as Destiny's Child and TLC. In 2008, Trin-i-tee 5:7 became the first gospel trio to have a certified platinum album "T57". Trin-i-tee 5:7 have managed to sell over 2.5 millions albums.
In 1998, the group released their first album entitled Trin-i-tee 5:7 which debut at #8 on the Top Gospel charts. The album featured the songs "God's Grace" and the cover song "Oh! Mary Don't You Weep". The album later became certified gold. In 1999, Terri Brown left the group and was later replaced by singer Adrian Anderson. During that year, the group recorded and released their second album, "Spiritual Love". The album became the group second #1 album on the Top Gospel charts. The album launched the singles "Put Your Hands" and "My Body". In 2002, the group re-united and released their third album "The Kiss". The album became certified gold and debut at #2 on the Top Gospel charts. The group released the urban beat single "Holla", which debut at #2 on the U.S. Gospel charts.
In 2007, Trin-i-tee 5:7 released their greatest hit album Holla: The Best of Trin-i-tee 5:7. During that year, the group left GospoCentric Records and signed a record deal with Spirit Rising Music. In late 2007, Trin-i-tee 5:7 released their fifth album T57, which featured the #1 single "Listen". T57 charted #2 on the Top Gospel Albums, #5 on the Top Christian charts, and #12 on the Top R&B charts. In February 2008, "I Will Lift" was released the second single of the album. During 2008, T57 became certified platinum selling over one million copies worldwide. In September 2008, a deluxe edition of T57 which featured three new songs including the lead single "Get Away". The album has won two Dove Awards and a nomination for a Grammy Award.