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Plainfield, New Jersey, United States | INDIE

Plainfield, New Jersey, United States | INDIE
Band Hip Hop Rock


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"Fourteenth annual Makin Waves Awards"

Best Single: Ta-Ta "Diz Is 4 Da Headz". If Plainfield's Ta-Ta keeps churning out great breezy jams like this, she could be the city's great hip-hop hope. - The Courier News

"Rap and hip-hop come naturally to Plainfield's Ta-Ta"

"Ta-Ta ...doesn't limit herself to angry put-downs. One of the most impressive things about it is how naturally she uses rap to express whatever is on her mind."

"The music has just as much variety as the lyrics. There is rapid-fire rapping..., soulful singing..., swirling saxaphone riffs..., and heavy metal power chords..."

"Though she's new to it, she's seasoned," says rapper Smooth Bee (Nice & Smooth) who guests on "Ghetto Blues." She has a very energetic style and some of the most depth I've ever heard in an MC."

"It was electrifying; everyone was impressed,: said Spotlite's creative coordinator, Myxtique, of Ta-ta's performance. "She's one of the next great female hip-hop artists coming out of New Jersey." - The Sunday Star-Ledger


Released on indie label A&G Records and produced by Seth Alexander:

Debut CD: "Never Forget" (featuring a duet with Smooth Bee)
Scheduled for release in 2010: "One Woman Army"


"Everybody, Come Out" (Best Video Award, Just Plain Folks)
"Spittin' Verses" (from the movie "Bloody Streetz")



Ta-Ta hails from P-Funk City, Plainfield, NJ. Inspired by Whitney Houston, Anita Baker and Regina Belle, she began singing at an early age. During an after school program in Middle School, some of the boys got on stage and started disrespecting females so Ta-Ta stepped in and wrote a rhyme to get back at them. Thus was born Ta-Ta's dynamic rhyming skills that she mixes with her singing talent. Ta-Ta hooked up with several local groups before striking out on her own.

Since introducing her debut CD, "Never Forget", Ta-Ta has received many honors, most notably, the first Queen Latifah Award for Hip-Hop, performing at the Billboard/BET Conference, Best Rap Song from the John Lennon Songwriting Contest and two Best Rap Album Awards and Best Rap Song from Just Plain Folks ("the grass roots Grammys"). In addition to numerous performances throughout the United States, Ta-Ta was invited to perform at the Popkomm Festival in Germany. Her song "Spittin' Verses" has been licensed for a film.