Past. Present. Future.
Trinity is inspired by the past, incorporating elements of Jazz and Funk.
Trinity is understood by the present, involving current sounds and styles recognized in Pop and R&B.
Trinity is created by the future, manifesting ethnic and foreign production represented in Progressive House and Deep House.
Trinity isn’t contained by time. It isn’t measurable. It is everything music. It is expression, creation, and innovation…melodies, lyrics, and poetry.
Trinity tests the boundaries of mainstream music by educating the listeners and challenging their preconceptions.
Trinity (birth name Amie) was found in Nashville at the age of 15 by singer-songwriter, recording artist and producer, Brady Seals of Little Texas. He developed her for 3 years, putting her in co-writes with successful songwriters, such as: Charlie Worsham, Eric Paslay, and Steve Dorff. She was able to gain experience and practice as a performer, by singing at local venues.
At the age of 18, after recording an EP with 3 Kings (Jason Aldean’s band), Rich Redmond connected Trinity with Dann Huff. Dann was able to offer access to incredible songs and production; however, Dann’s legendary experience in traditional country did not match the direction of music that Trinity was creating.
Trinity took her ventures to Los Angeles at the age of 20, where she was discovered online by MaadScientist of Interscope Records. He connected her with Gerardo Mejia, who offered to pitch Trinity's music to other artists, such as Belong for Carly Rae Jepsen. Trinity decided to pursue a career as an artist with her original songs. They encouraged her to continue writing, work with a producer to record her original tracks and to come back with product.
Trinity took their advice and for the past 2 years Trinity has been writing and recording original tracks with producer John Hiler, who recently engineered and observed Rihanna’s songwriting camp with RocNation. Now at 22, Trinity is an artist who creates exactly that…art.