Miami bred rapper Trina and Slip-N-Slide Records are celebrating the #1 debut of her fourth album Still Da Baddest, which is currently the top album on the Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Charts. Still Da Baddest gives Slip-N-Slide their second #1 album in the past 30 days, as label mate Rick Ross scored a #1 Pop debut with his latest album, Trilla, in mid-March. Slip-N-Slide Records has had a phenomenal year with two #1 albums in just under a month. We are ready to continue our winning streak and make history with Plies, Qwote, Camar and many more Slip-N-Slide Records artists, said Ted Lucas, CEO of Slip-N-Slide Records. Launched in 1993, Slip-N-Slide has sold over 16 million records.