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R&B - Released June 19, 2020 | Getting Out Our Dreams, Inc. - Def Jam Recordings

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R&B - Released June 23, 2018 | Getting Out Our Dreams Inc. (G.O.O.D.) Music - IDJ

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R&B - Released August 2, 2019 | Getting Out Our Dreams, Inc. - Def Jam Recordings

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Soul - Released January 17, 2018 | DDE

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R&B - Released June 23, 2018 | Getting Out Our Dreams Inc. (G.O.O.D.) Music - IDJ

K.T.S.E. is the sophomore album from American R&B artist Teyana Taylor and follows 2014's VII. Recorded at Kanye West's ranch with West on board as producer, the album sees Taylor melding new and contemporary R&B with classic soul, all with West's signature sound. © Rich Wilson /TiVo
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R&B - Released June 19, 2020 | Getting Out Our Dreams, Inc. - Def Jam Recordings

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After closing Kanye West's "Wyoming Sessions" series in 2018 with K.T.S.E., the new R&B queen Teyana Taylor has released the aptly named The Album. Probably because Keep That Same Energy was released in an incomplete form, 24 hours late, unlike Kanye's Ye, Kids See Ghosts with Kid Cudi, Nas’s Nasir and Pusha T's Daytona. Probably because her debut album The Misunderstanding Of Teyana Taylor - a reference to her idol Lauryn Hill - took six years to come out. And it’s hardly a coincidence, resonating with America’s current events, that The Album drops on “Juneteenth”, the day that celebrates the end of slavery in the United States.For this third work released on G.O.O.D Music, her mentor Kanye’s label, Taylor put all the odds in her favour: unexpected featurings and five-star producers who wrote the R&B of the 90s and today’s rap. We find Erykah Badu on Lowkey, Missy Elliott and Future on the slow track Boomin produced by Timbaland, Quavo on Let’s Build, Rick Ross on Come Back To Me and Wyclef Jean writing Ever Ever. Even the rare Lauryn Hill philosophises on We Got Love piloted by Kanye. The result is twice as long as usual with an omnipresent nineties sheen, brushed by samples of 808 by Blaque (Boomin) or Just Friends by Musiq (Friends), evoking Brandi, Aaliyah and Janet Jackson. It also makes rare detours, like the dancehall track Bad that sounds a little like Work by Rihanna. And as if there wasn’t enough symbolism, the album cover pays tribute to another icon of empowerment: Grace Jones. © Charlotte Saintoin/Qobuz
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R&B - Released May 22, 2020 | Getting Out Our Dreams, Inc. - Def Jam Recordings

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R&B - Released November 4, 2014 | Getting Out Our Dreams Inc. (G.O.O.D.) Music - IDJ

Back in 2008, Harlem-bred Teyana Taylor was a teenager signed to Star Trak. While with the Neptunes' label, she released only one single, the Jazze Pha-produced "Google Me." It was an attitudinal trifle that barely scraped Billboard's R&B/Hip-Hop chart. Apart from some background moves, like the co-writing of Chris Brown's "So Cold," Taylor's career stalled. During a meeting to appraise some couture obtained by Kanye West, she got to hear the rapper/producer's in-the-making My Dark Beautiful Twisted Fantasy and added her own runs and embellishments as she listened. When Taylor left the premises, she had recorded vocals for some of the album's tracks. West eventually signed Taylor to his Def Jam-supported GOOD label, then had her appear on three Cruel Summer tracks, including compilation highlight "Bliss," where she duetted with John Legend. In June 2014, Taylor released "Maybe," her second proper solo single and likely what she'd prefer to call her real debut single. The slinking, atmospheric slow jam is filled with as much attitude as her 2008 single but replaces youthful swagger with something more grown. Her newly refined approach is seductive and don't-you-dare-cross-me at once. More importantly, the song made it evident that she was no joke as a singer. "Business" and "Do Not Disturb," additional previews of VII, followed as singles. The former is particularly great, with its creeping bassline, lurching drums, and gauzy effects -- co-produced by Brian Kennedy and Mr. Franks, presumably not Zen songsmith Michael Franks -- an ideal frame for Taylor's response to involvement in a mutually on-the-rebound tryst. The part-reggae "Put Your Love On" comes off like an Estelle castoff, but VII otherwise sticks with high-quality slow jams where Taylor's casually commanding, faintly coarse approach is in full effect. There's evidence that she has studied the classics, like the point in "Broken Hearted Girl" where she quotes Teena Marie, and the quietly dazzling, Janet Jackson-like way in which she conveys longing throughout "Request." At the same time, she leaves a mark of her own with this, one of 2014's superb debuts. © Andy Kellman /TiVo
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VII

R&B - Released November 4, 2014 | Getting Out Our Dreams Inc. (G.O.O.D.) Music - IDJ

Back in 2008, Harlem-bred Teyana Taylor was a teenager signed to Star Trak. While with the Neptunes' label, she released only one single, the Jazze Pha-produced "Google Me." It was an attitudinal trifle that barely scraped Billboard's R&B/Hip-Hop chart. Apart from some background moves, like the co-writing of Chris Brown's "So Cold," Taylor's career stalled. During a meeting to appraise some couture obtained by Kanye West, she got to hear the rapper/producer's in-the-making My Dark Beautiful Twisted Fantasy and added her own runs and embellishments as she listened. When Taylor left the premises, she had recorded vocals for some of the album's tracks. West eventually signed Taylor to his Def Jam-supported GOOD label, then had her appear on three Cruel Summer tracks, including compilation highlight "Bliss," where she duetted with John Legend. In June 2014, Taylor released "Maybe," her second proper solo single and likely what she'd prefer to call her real debut single. The slinking, atmospheric slow jam is filled with as much attitude as her 2008 single but replaces youthful swagger with something more grown. Her newly refined approach is seductive and don't-you-dare-cross-me at once. More importantly, the song made it evident that she was no joke as a singer. "Business" and "Do Not Disturb," additional previews of VII, followed as singles. The former is particularly great, with its creeping bassline, lurching drums, and gauzy effects -- co-produced by Brian Kennedy and Mr. Franks, presumably not Zen songsmith Michael Franks -- an ideal frame for Taylor's response to involvement in a mutually on-the-rebound tryst. The part-reggae "Put Your Love On" comes off like an Estelle castoff, but VII otherwise sticks with high-quality slow jams where Taylor's casually commanding, faintly coarse approach is in full effect. There's evidence that she has studied the classics, like the point in "Broken Hearted Girl" where she quotes Teena Marie, and the quietly dazzling, Janet Jackson-like way in which she conveys longing throughout "Request." At the same time, she leaves a mark of her own with this, one of 2014's superb debuts. © Andy Kellman /TiVo
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R&B - Released November 2, 2018 | Getting Out Our Dreams, Inc. - Def Jam Recordings

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R&B - Released November 1, 2019 | Getting Out Our Dreams, Inc. - Def Jam Recordings

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R&B - Released December 6, 2019 | Getting Out Our Dreams, Inc. - Def Jam Recordings

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R&B - Released December 6, 2019 | Getting Out Our Dreams, Inc. - Def Jam Recordings

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R&B - Released November 1, 2019 | Getting Out Our Dreams, Inc. - Def Jam Recordings

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R&B - Released July 13, 2018 | Getting Out Our Dreams, Inc. - Def Jam Recordings

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R&B - Released May 22, 2020 | Getting Out Our Dreams, Inc. - Def Jam Recordings

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R&B - Released May 22, 2020 | Getting Out Our Dreams, Inc. - Def Jam Recordings

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R&B - Released March 13, 2020 | Getting Out Our Dreams, Inc. - Def Jam Recordings

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R&B - Released June 19, 2020 | Getting Out Our Dreams, Inc. - Def Jam Recordings

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Dance - Released February 8, 2019 | Getting Out Our Dreams, Inc. - Def Jam Recordings