Trinere is a recording artist who had several major dance hits in the 1980s, and early 90's.
She recorded with several record companies, mostly out of Miami, Florida; known for its output of popular Freestyle music. Trinere's music is mostly produced by popular Miami D.J. "Pretty Tony" Butler. Many consider her the "Queen of Freestyle". Her most notable chart successes were her album "Forever Yours" (Pandisc, 1991), which peaked in the lower 30's on Billboard's "Hot Black Albums" chart for several weeks, and her single "I'll Be All You Ever Need", which raced up the "Hot Dance Singles", and "Hot Club Play" charts on Billboard in the summer of 1986.
A Miami native she always wanted to sing professionally since the age of five. After graduating from high school, Trinere went on to study music at the University of Miami, Florida.
Trinere was influenced and inspired by singers Donna Summer, Natalie Cole, Phillis Hyman, Madonna, and Janet Jackson. During college, Trinere was the lead vocalist for a popular band in Coconut Grove, Florida, called "Euphoria". Upon finishing her studies at the University of Miami, Trinere spent some time working with the music artist Rick James and his group the Mary Jane Girls.
In 1984, Trinere met famed dance freestyle and Electro/Hip-Hop producer Tony Butler in Miami. Tony (a.k.a. Pretty Tony) was making quite a name for himself. The style of Electro/Hip-Hop Tony Butler was producing along with Freestyle was so close that it was inevitable for Tony Butler to cross genres and experiment exclusively with Freestyle music. With Trinere's dynamic voice, striking beauty, and ability to captivate an audience with her energetic presence and dance moves on the stage, and Pretty Tony's ingenious creativity, these two were the first to create the "true" Miami sound. This sound is known today as "Freestyle". Upon the release of her first single, "All Night," a Freestyle classic was instantly born and Trinere became the reigning diva of the Miami Freestyle dance scene.
Pretty Tony was able to incorporate sounds that would captivate and solidify a large Latin fan base, which spread all over the U.S., Europe, and South America, with Brazil being Trinere's favorite. With hits on the charts and selling millions of records around the world, Trinere began to tour extensively.
Later that year, Trinere followed her success of her first single with "How Can We Be Wrong," and" Can’t Get Enough." A re-mix for "All Night" was also released. With one successful Freestyle single after another, the logical next step was to release a full-length album.