Thanks to the success of the single, Trina gained popularity and signed a record deal with Slip-n-Slide Records with distribution from Atlantic Records. In an online interview for Crusade magazine, Trina commented that on this album, much of the work was done for her; she did not have creative control, but simply delivered lyrics.
It also reached the Top 20 in most countries worldwide, becoming Trina's first majorly successful single.
The single was certified Gold in the US in June 2006.
The album was preceded by the lead single "Da Baddest Bitch" in February 2000.
It failed to chart on any but the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, on which it reached number 64.
XXL Magazine calls her "the most consistent female rapper of all time".
In her spare time, Trina wrote rap rhymes, which caught the attention of Miami rapper Trick Daddy, who approached her in 1998 to be featured on his song "Nann Nigga".
Because of rhymes writing, she was first notified by Miami Rapper Trick Daddy.
And then she was starred on his studio album’s single ‘Nann Nigga’. Later, she signed an agreement with Slip-n-Side Recording Company and launched her first studio album in 2000.
The second and final single from the album, "Pull Over", was released in June 2000 and became a mild hit as it reached number 83 on the Hot 100, number 46 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, and number 41 on the Rap Songs chart. Trina was able to choose her own production, name the songs, and write whatever she wanted to write.
She told The Crusade.net, "It's more what Trina's about, how Trina looks, how Trina feels, the things that Trina consists of." The second single, "No Panties", featuring Tweet, was released in January 2003 but only reached number 88 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.