Taylor Girlz are a rap, dance and r&b duo, who consist of, sister rappers Daysha Taylor and Ti Taylor. They are the true meaning of what full-fledged girl group is and what defines them. We know you seen them when doing the “Steal Her Man” challenge, and it got them into their music career as becoming musicians by the inspiration of their father. We caught up with the Girlz and discussed what we can expect from their upcoming project, what advice to give to future girl groups that are created and more.
RESPECT.: By having fans knowing you based off of a challenge you curated, did it open doors for you guys music careers? Who has given you an ear to let you accomplish your careers from the start?
“Steal Her Man” is good and but difficult at the same time. It has opened a lot of doors onto the music side. The world knew who we were and wanted an older sound. We want to be involved as an artist and make music for everyone and to relate to. Our dad and Bolo were apart of the production.
RESPECT.: I had seen that your album is coming soon, tell me a little something about making it and what were the challenges of it? What was behind of naming the EP No Cap?
The big thing is by getting certain artists on the song and to clear it, as well as, getting the artist to collaborate. The music portion is done.
RESPECT.: Define RESPECT.
By being able to listen to someone’s opinion and not to take it as their perspectives but instead of overstepping their boundaries. The love, respect, and appreciative they have for you.
RESPECT.: By becoming a girl group in this era, what advice can you give to future girl groups? Who can you say inspired you guys to become a girl group?
You have to definitely stay in sync with the group and team and be on the same page. You have to be willing to listen. Don’t listen to what people think about you. Follow your hearts and do what its best for the group. Don’t follow the sound, be the sound and you will always win. Our dad inspired us to do music.
RESPECT.: With your visual “Late Night Snack,” tell us how the concept of the visual went.
We wrote about the treatment of women who are invested in a man. Women always want attention and they can do it by either leaving or find attention from someone else.
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