Diamond Princess is Trina's second studio album that was released on August 27, 2002 by Atlantic Records/Slip-N-Slide Records.
- Intro - Sommore
- Told Y'All (featuring Rick Ross)
- Rewind That Back (featuring Missy Elliott)
- B R Right (featuring Ludacris)
- U & Me
- Busted Skit
- Nasty Bitch (featuring Money Mark Diggla)
- No Panties (featuring Tweet)
- I Wanna Holla (featuring Deuce Poppi)
- How We Do? (featuring Fabolous)
- Kandi (featuring Lil Brianna)
- Ladies 1st (featuring Eve)
- Get This Money
- Do You Want Me? (featuring Bathgate)
- Outro - Sommore
"Diamond Princess" peaked at #14 on the Billboard 200 and #5 on Billboard's Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart, selling 67,000 units in its first week. According to Billboard, by June of 2007, the album sold up to 501,000 copies.
In their review of the album, Billboard wrote: "Trina enlists a cast of all-stars and newcomers in crafting this, her sophomore set. On the Missy "Misdemeanor" Elliot-penned and co-produced lead single "No Panties," the Miami native is joined by Tweet; both ladies ably lay down the law as they see fit, deftly telling men what women need to be happy. On "Kandi," Trina introduces her own version of "mini-me"—a young 10-year-old female emcee named Lil' Brianna. The two make for an adorable and cute duet that samples New Edition's 1983 hit "Candy Girl". The autobiographical "U & Me" finds Trina standing on her own. Produced by Cool & Dre, the song serves as the album's most profound moment, with the artist taking a serious look at the ups and downs of rap stardom. Though not perfect, Diamond Princess proves that Trina, like the album's gem namesake, is pretty, shiny, and stronger than you might think."
Rovi Staff of AllMusic wrote: "Just as the title Diamond Princess suggests, Trina is a hard-edged jewel that shines with an uncanny brilliance."