Teyana Taylor ft. Jazze Pha - Google Me

Posted 8 years ago
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Producer:
Jazze Pha
Album:
From A Planet Called Harlem

Hate it or love it, the Internet has quickly become the number one artist-launcher in the entire music industry.  Proof of that phenomenon is 17-year old, Star Trak signee Teyana Taylor, who is busy telling all her listeners to “Google Me” on her debut single.  Although well-known production duo The Neptunes own her label, producer Jazze Pha steps in to provide a block-party syncopation (a rhythm that puts the emphasis on the beat) with which label bosses Pharrell and Chad have borrowed quite a few times.  Like we’ve said before, never underestimate the power of the information superhighway. Taylor will release her debut, From A Planet Called Harlem, later this year.

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