When you are told “No” and decide to stay true to who you are, her powerful voice and honest lyrics will bring you confidence to never give up on your dreams. When you are feeling heartache and unsure, soft vocals to the playing of her guitar will bring you comfort and hope in times of uncertainty. Trinity Faith brings truth in every lyric she writes and verse she sings. With the release of “Same Old Me” and latest “Okay” singles, Trinity shows her whole self in two different yet relatable songs. Read on to learn how her first vocal lesson at four years old would one day lead to leaving her Florida home as a teenager to pursue her dreams in Music City…
Vocal lessons and pageant days as a young girl in Florida gave Trinity Faith the opportunity to discover her talent. “Music has been my entire life, I had my first voice lesson at four. The Lord was telling me this was my purpose. My family has been driving my passion,” says Trinity. After singing in the talent portion of pageants for more than ten years, she decided to devote herself to music fully.
Making her first trip to Nashville as a teenager felt surreal to Trinity. A music manager from her home state introduced her to his studio band in Music City to record her first EP. With the full support of her parents after high school graduation she got to work right away recording the first three songs she had written.
“It is so rewarding to have your music come to life in the studio. The studio felt like home, this is what I’ve been waiting for my whole life. To be in this atmosphere and with people who love music as much as me,” tells Trinity, “I remember thinking I could do this every day of my life and love it. I felt the Lord saying I brought you here for a reason. This is what I had been working towards, all the ‘No’s’ were to lead me up to this moment.”
Combining her mother’s love of timeless classics with the likes of Whitney Houston and her dad’s joy of country music, Trinity has created her own style of music to tell true stories of her life while bringing encouragement to others. She wanted her single “Same Old Me” to have a bluesy melody along to uplifting lyrics. “I wanted it tell a story of me as a person. Growing up with people doubting you and telling you ‘No’. A lot of people can relate to hearing the word ‘No’ and not giving up. Not changing because they didn’t like you, knowing you have a purpose to continue on. Be yourself and don’t change for anyone,” shares Trinity.
The honest lyrics were relatable to fans. “Someone reached out through Instagram saying how much it meant to them. It was the words they were looking for, but couldn’t say. As an artist and songwriter, people relating to the music you write is indescribable,” says Trinity, “Every time I write a song it’s a little piece of my heart. I get to share it with the world and people tell me they felt the same way or it encouraged them. It’s special and rewarding, it makes me want to write a million more so I can have a positive influence on other people.”
With the motivation to release more of her work, Trinity shares “Okay” a story of overcoming heartache during big life changes. “I was graduating high school, summer of senior year a lot of things change in your life… I was going through a break up and moving away from my family to Nashville. One day I sat down on my bed to write about it. If I can share it with other people who can relate, maybe it can help them as well,” says Trinity.
She recorded this song with her producer James Cook at “Studio on the Ridge” in Nashville. “I finally found the one I needed, so much more than I ever wanted, never feeling forgotten, that’s okay. I’ll finally hold his heart forever, spend all our days being better, and now all I am is his forever, that’s okay. We’ll be okay, I’ll be okay,” sings Trinity Faith in what is the hopeful ending in her new single “Okay”.
Trinity wants “Okay” to be a message of hope. “If anyone if going through something in their life and feeling discouraged, it can be a message of at the end of the day things will be okay. Others can tell you it will be okay, but until you believe that yourself nothing really changes. I want others to know it will be okay and you’ll get through it,” shares Trinity.
The newly released music video filmed with Rhett Miller and his team, shows Trinity going through a difficult time when a relationship ends. By the end of the song she has hope turning to the comfort of her guitar while writing out her feelings. “I wanted to show it from a relationship perspective, it’s something most of us go through and is relatable. I also wanted to show having doubt inside and coming back to who you really are. We portray that at the end of the video when I reach for my guitar. I’m finally feeling that light, doing what I love, going back to my passion and be okay,” tells Trinity.
She shares faith and positivity on her YouTube channel to anyone needing to hear it. “My faith is the most important in whatever I do in life. My number one priority is to be a woman of faith. I’m grateful to have known Christ my whole life, I have leaned so much on my faith during hard times,” says Trinity, “When the world is crashing around you, you see the light of the Lord saying, ‘I got you, don’t worry because you’re in my hands.’ That’s what I want to share with other people, even if they don’t believe; Jesus calls us to love other people. Show the love He shows us. I know things are difficult and we’ve had to change our lives around in 2020 but I want that message of hope to shine through.”
With the anticipation of releasing a full-length album Trinity will continue to write honest relatable songs for us all. “Music is one of those things people cling to in tough times, for me it brightens my mood and does the same for a lot of people,” she says. Listen and Download her new single “Okay” now on Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music and YouTube. Follow her on Instagram @trinityfaithmusic and visit trinityfaithofficial.com to be the first to hear new music.