Trecina Evette "Tina" Campbell (née, Atkins; born May 1, 1974) is an American urban contemporary gospel, Christian R&B and contemporary R&B recording artist and musician. She started her music career in 1998 with her older sister, Erica Campbell, as part of the gospel music group, Mary Mary. Her solo music career began in 2014, and has since released one studio album with Gee Tree Creative, where it charted on the Billboard magazine chart. 

Early life

Campbell was born Trecina Evette Atkins, on May 1, 1974,[2] in Inglewood, California,[3][4] the daughter of Eddie Aaron Atkins, Jr. (1948–2013), originally from Merced, California, a pastor and minister, and Thomasina Andrea "Honey" Atkins (née, Daniels), who is originally from Stamford, Connecticut.[5] Her paternal grandparents are Eddie Aaron Atkins, Sr. and Lavada Cruthird, and her maternal grandparents are Tommy and Ruth Daniels.[5] She had two older brothers, Andre Lavelle Atkins, who died at six years old from a combination of Down Syndrome, spinal meningitis, and a hole in his heart, while her other brother is living in Arizona, Darrell Antoine Atkins.[5] She has two older sisters, Maliea Dionne Atkins and Erica Monique Atkins, and four younger sisters, Delisa Marie "Lisa" or "Wittle Wees" Atkins, Thomasina Andrea "Goo Goo" Atkins, Alana Ellesse "Lainz" or "Luv Luv" Atkins, and Shanta Nena Lavea Atkins.[5]

Music career

Her music career started in 1998, with her older sister, Erica Campbell, who formed half of the gospel music duo, Mary Mary.[4] She commenced her solo music recording career in 2014, by recording her first studio album, It's Personal, that released on May 21, 2015, with Gee Tree Creative.[6][7] This album was her breakthrough release upon the Billboard magazine charts, while it charted on The Billboard 200, Top Gospel Albums, and Independent Albums charts, where it peaked at Nos. 90, 1, and 10, correspondingly.[8]

Personal life

She is married to Teddy Campbell, with whom she resides in Los Angeles, California together, with their five children, Cierra, Laiah Simone, Meelah Jane, Glendon Theodore, and Santana.

Campbell has said that she supports Donald Trump​ as President because of his "Christian views". [14]


Studio albums

List of studio albums, with selected chart positions
TitleAlbum detailsPeak chart positions[8]
It's Personal90110


TitleYearPeak chart positionAlbum



"Destiny"201515113It's Personal
"I'll Wait"22
"Love Love Love"
(featuring Stevie Wonder)
"Speak the Word"
(featuring Teddy Campbell)