The One-Hit Wonder Trinere

The baby name Trinere has appeared a single time in the SSA’s baby name data so far:

  • 1992: unlisted
  • 1991: unlisted
  • 1990: 5 baby girls named Trinere
  • 1989: unlisted
  • 1988: unlisted

Where did it come from?

Miami-based freestyle vocalist Trinere, who saw the most success from the mid-1980s to the early 1990s. Although the name was a one-hit wonder, Trinere herself was not — a number of her songs ended up on Billboard’s Hip Hop and Dance Singles charts.

Trinere’s full name at birth was Trinere Veronica Farrington.

What are your thoughts on the baby name Trinere?

Sources: Trinere – Wikipedia, Rare and Obscure Music: Trinere

P.S. Another Latin freestyle singer we’ve talked about before? Lisa Lisa!

2 thoughts on “The One-Hit Wonder Trinere

  1. As a huge aficionado (LOL) of 80s music, hey, I was a teen and it was my decade haha I’ve never heard of her specifically (how do you pronounce her name) but I youtubed the songs and I recognize that latin beat, like Miami Sound Machine (Gloria Estefan) that was super popular back then.

  2. I loved when it when that particular style of music was popular. I listened to a ton of Exposé on cassette tape back then. :)

    I just checked out some Trinere interviews on YouTube. Sounds like her name is pronounced trin-eer (short i, like “spin” or “twin”), slight stress on the second syllable.

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