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Tay SunChild is a Wisconsin born, Illinois raised vocalist, now currently manifesting & pursuing her dreams in NYC. Her musical roots run deep from years of Baptist choir performance to background work for local independent artists.
"Although growing up in a small community limited my resources and even discouraged my creative drive at times, the universe always allowed music and art in general to be my escape. As I grew into my own destiny, life's trials and tribulations pushed me to take my writings serious."
Those writings, whether it is poetry, stories or even notes from church or college, began to transform into sweet, sultry songs.
"As a young girl once lost in the madness of my own world, my purpose for writing was to free myself. Now as a young Queen out in the real world alone, I write to heal. Not just for myself but for anyone who can relate to my lyrics and my story."
Her goal as an artist is to compose and perform music that feeds more than the flesh but also the mind, spirit and soul.
" I want to use my voice to decompose topics that affect my life and the lives of my people while creating elaborate reflections of my journey along the way."
Her latest single, "Black Madonna" is an upbeat, anthem for the strong, ambitious and magical Queens making strides on a daily within the music industry. Starting off with strong lyrics like "I ain't gotta have a d*ck just to get respect" sets the entire tone for the female empowering tune.The song begins with the chorus which coincides with the original song that Black Madonna was sampled from, "Clouds Never Get Old" by Bas from Dreamville Records, but in a woman's perspective. The song is compiled of a looped hook and a featured rap verse from the engineer of the track itself, Mykle Desir.
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