We've got the exclusive premier of Trinity Faith's official music video for "Okay." Released with perfect timing, Faith says, "I wrote this song to let others know that no matter what you’re going through right now it’s going to be okay and this time in your life will pass. There is light at the end of the tunnel."
Just 19 years old, Trinity was born and raised in Tampa Florida. She has been involved in music her whole life and took her first voice lesson at 4 years old and at the age of 6 sang her first song In church “Jesus take the wheel.” She continued to work with her vocal coach for ten years and counting to grow her voice and skill and later started competing at pageants with her cousins from the young age and really focused on the talent portion of the competition. Throughout the eight years she competed she won 5 overall talent international titles and four Florida state titles. From then on Trinity knew that music was her passion and wanted use her gift to bring joy to others and started performing at charity functions including events like “No Kid Go Hungry”, fallen officer tributes, assisted living homes, while also doing national anthems all across Florida including University of Florida, NASCAR In Daytona Florida, University of South Florida, NBA Orlando Magic, MLB Tampa Bay Rays and much much more.
During her high school years she was heavily involved with her Tampa church as a worship leader and continued to lead others to the Lord and give all the glory to God through her voice. She first met her current studio musicians and producer during her junior year of high school when her uncle (also manager) and family decided to book her first trip to Nashville and record her first Ep which include the two songs, “Broken Wing” and “All By Myself.” She graduated high school with the class of 2019 and made the choice to pursue her music career in Nashville Tennessee.
Following her move to Tennessee she immediately began to write and develop her own music seeking to find her direction in the industry with the guidance of her manager. Just a month after she moved to Nashville they booked the 2nd session to record the first few songs that will be on her first album. She feels beyond grateful to not only work with James Cook (producer/bass) Kent Slucher (drums) Tim McDonald (keys/piano) Dan Cohen (guitar) but also be able to call them family and build life long friendships. Her faith and relationship with the Lord and her family’s support will always be the rock and core of her life and will continue to be the light to her path.