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Teyana Taylor
Birth name Teyana M.J. Taylor
Born December 10, 1991 (1991-12-10) (age 18)
Origin Harlem, New York
Genres Hip hop, contemporary R&B
Occupations Singer, rapper, songwriter, dancer, choreographer
Years active 2006–present
Labels Star Trak/Interscope
Website teyanatayloronline.com

Teyana M.J. Taylor (born December 10, 1991) is an American socialite, singer, rapper, choreographer and dancer from Harlem, New York. She is signed to Star Trak Entertainment and is most notable for her debut single, "Google Me".

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Life and career

Taylor's first brush with fame came about when she was featured on MTV's "My Super Sweet 16" in 2007. A protége of Pharrell, she signed to Star Trak Entertainment in 2007. She appeared in Jay-Z's "Blue Magic" in October 2007 and her debut single, "Google Me," was released by Star Trak in February 2008. She resides in Harlem, New York. Taylor's debut album is called From a Planet Called Harlem. From her website:

"With production from sonic architects like Jazze Pha, Pharrell, Mad Scientist, Frost, Shondre and Hit Boy, Teyana's first solo offering has the rumblings of a party-pumping earthquake. The mix of throwback break beats, futuristic boom bap, and melodic renderings is the perfect backdrop for the starlet's musical mayhem."[1]

She has not announced a release date.

Although she has yet to release a full length album, she has recorded a number of singles. "Google Me," and "Traffic stop" can be heard on her MySpace Music site[2].

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Discography

  • From a Planet Called Harlem (2010)

Singles

  • "Google Me" (produced by Jazze Pha) (2008)
  • "Google Me" (Remix) (featuring J.Reu & RedStone (prod. by Jazze Pha) (2008) [3]
  • "I Get Crazy (Remix)" (2009)
  • "I Need A Girl (Remix)" (2009)
  • "Color Me Pink" (2008)
  • "Swagg" (2008)
  • "Young Girl (featuring Eve) (2008)"

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