Meet Whitney Tai!
If you haven't heard of indie pop artist Whitney Tai, then you must live under a rock! Here is some information that will get you familiar with her & her great music.
In April 2015, Whitney dropped her first debut pop alternative album, “Metamorphosis,” written and coproduced with Billboard chart topping composer, Tim Janssens. Whitney opened up 2016 releasing her dream pop EP, Forever, produced by Billboard producer Spencer Garn of Ruby Velle and the Soulphonics & engineered by Morgan Ray Garcia of Upstairs Recordings (Toni Braxton, Whitney Houston, Janet Jackson). The track featured percussion by Grammy nominated producer and drummer, Mike Phillips (Janelle Monae, Ciara, Austin Mahone). Indie Band Guru raves, “Tai is known for her alternative dream pop music, but looking at her past, is there anything this musician can’t do,” referring to Tai as a “Musical Chameleon.” Pure Volume states in reference to her single “Falling” off her EP 'Forever', “The song accentuates the budding singer's promise and it is a strong sign of what should be a bright future for Tai.”
In November of 2016, Whitney Tai and Belgian Producer, Sunfreakz (Ne-Yo, Nelly Furtado, Flo Rida), announce their collaboration on a new Electro Pop single, “Truth Be Told.” The release included a remix from Swedish producer, LA Rush (Justin Timberlake, Avicii, Gareth Emery). Her restless creative and entrepreneurial drive has expanded to include not just her colorful and vibrant personal style with smart yet accessible music, but catapulted the launch of her own visually creative lifestyle brand, GABB. I Am The Industry notes, "Tai’s grind is unmatched and she continues to demonstrate her talent and consistency as an artist." "Good At Being Bad", the namesake jazz pop track of Tai's new multimedia agency and lifestyle brand, is the first new music of the year from the budding artist. Spring of 2017 also sees Tai doing a video premiere of her upcoming organic pop ballad "How Was I Supposed to Know" filmed in the alluring forests of Belgium.
"I want to inspire the inner rebel in everyone to take control of their dreams and creative pathways," Tai says. This is why another pending single, a new disco-pop Spencer Garn collaboration, is called "Grow". She elaborates ,"80's and 90's pop, they had every emotion and the authenticity was there. It wasn't sterile. I want to bring substance and human connection back, even in a digital world." - Whitney Tai. For everything Whitney you can visit her website www.whitneytaimusic.com