Arguably if not the best, one of the best emcees the underground market has to offer. Triune works relentlessly to maintain an exceedingly high level of respect on the streets of Southern California. Through the channels of radio drops, mp3 pools, tours, and independent label releases, Triune has earned himself a household name in Southern California. His career started at the young age of 13 recording demos, entering and winning countless emcee battles and releasing independent albums. After inking his first recording contract with Antagonist/Image Records in 2004, Triune released a group album entitled “Footsoldiers Live This” in 2006, was featured on KRS-One’s “Life” album in 2007, was featured on the soundtrack for the motion picture “Pathology” with the lead single entitled “Unintended Consequences,” and release a Hip-Hop/Punk/Electronica album entitled “Legion of Doom vs. Triune.” With numerous appearances on Power 106’s "The Wake Up Show", radio drops in regular rotation on 95.5 KDAY, 99.1 KGGI in the Inland Empire, a victory on BET's "Freestyle Friday, releasing many street albums, touring with national acts such as KRS-One, De La Soul and Talib Qweli, Triune has already established a huge following and a great foundation for his career. Triune released his first solo album entitled “Celebration Ep” in 2010. “Celebration” is a soulful offering giving listeners all aspects of celebrating life. The EP was met with great reviews and fans around the world called it an instant classic body of work. Coming off of the success of the "Celebration EP" Triune followed it up with the "I'm In It To Win It EP" in 2012. This album is a street centric album that details the will to win and the ambition to succeed by any means. The "I'm In It To Win It EP was once again met with great reviews and has slowly built a cult following of fans begging him to release a sequel. Triune recently announced a new album entitled "Raised To Fail, Born To Succeed" to follow up his last effort. It's due in all digital stores late summer 2013. The future is promising for Triune. As many would and have said, it’s only a matter of time.
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