Trinitty is a young Pop and R&B songstress who has the ability to deliver emotion, not just with her tone, but also with the lyrics conveyed in her music.

Born in Toronto, Trinitty has always loved the arts. Since she was young, she was involved in local theater productions and school performances. She  began her career as a teenager in acting and was featured in various short films and television programs. Recently, the young talent decided to pursue a career in singing and songwriting. Trinitty underwent more than five years of intensive vocal training, after which she made her first live performance at the Glenn Gould Studio via CBC Canada where she sang Bonnie Raitt’s “I Can’t Make You Love Me”. Recently, the young singer released her first single, “Yesterday”.

Trinitty performed at two locations during the prestigious music festival, SXSW, in Austin Texas, along with performances at Launch Music Festival in Pennsylvania. She has performed to audiences at various open mic’s in Toronto, including the Old Nick and the Open Cork. Trinitty has also been asked to audition for American Idol and America’s Got Talent in a ‘skip the line’ audition process, based on being scouted by their producers.

Yesterday is off of her upcoming EP, On My Own. The EP is a coming of age story that reflects on aspects of growing up and realizing ways of coping with rejection to move to a point of understanding and hope. The single Yesterday  has reached #1 in Toronto and Canada on the ReverberNation charts. Trinitty worked with producer/songwriter, angel, from Invisible Werks (www.invisiblewerks.com) on both Yesterday, and her new single, ‘Insecure’.

Her single “Yesterday” is clearly a pop track, but Trinitty has a soulful gift and her notes carry more weight than processed pop. She has the vocal talents to make you take note and within one listen you’ll have “Yesterday” on repeat.

Trinitty hopes to continue to book gigs and perform at open mic’s this summer. She is currently studying online with Berklee College of Music in Boston through the Interdisciplinary Music Studies Program.



Check out this link and listen to ‘Yesterday’

To connect with Trinitty, and stay up-to-date on her activities, please visit:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/trinittymusic/

Twitter: @vtrinetti

Instagram: @trinittymusic

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3cOVI8IrMTB_P8vNaSnQVw

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