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" Preceding the album's release, Slip-N-Slide Records ran ads on Internet dating sites and sponsored blind-date contests on radio stations across the country, in reference to the album lead single, "Single Again." Still da Baddest garnered generally positive reviews from critics, most of whom favored Trina's signature raunchy rap styling over a softer-side.
Awarding the album three-and-a-half stars, David Jeffries of All Music praised the album for capturing the raw edge found on the rappers debut album with a modern twist, but had mixed emotions on the album's ability to duplicate the success found in "Here We Go" (2005).
Other songs are less specific bites, but most fill obligatory roles that Hip Hop and R&B listeners will be well accustomed to, from the "love song" ("I Wish I Never Met You") to the "strip club song" ("Stop Traffic").
That's not to say Trina doesn't have a softer side, as she hooks up with R&B soulstress Keyshia Cole on "I Got A Thang For You" to profess her unrequited love for a fly guy: "See I'm Brad Pitt, I'm Jolie, when we together we all we see.../ I got a thang for you, so how you feel about me?
The album's third and final single "Look Back at Me" featuring Killer Mike, which it was produced by Hard Hat Productions, became a regional hit club record and accompanied by a music video.
The album garnered positive reviews from critics, most of whom praised the vigorous sexual-lyrics most have become accustomed to from Trina.
And I never got into a relationship – we were friends, we worked together, we did records, we did stuff.
Praising Trina as one of the few female rappers around at the time, Alex Thornton of Hip Hop DX noted that although Still da Baddest isn't a huge leap for Trina in terms of subject matter, more effort has been obviously put into this album than any of her past releases.