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About Latasha Lee

Stone Mountain, GA

LaTasha Lee was born in Corpus Christi, TX. At an early age Tasha’s mom, Michelle Herron knew she was destined to perform. Singing since the age of three, Tasha often entertained family and friends with her rendition of “Stop In The Name Of Love” by the Supremes. By age nine Tasha and her sister Tonya (age ten) started performing at school talent shows and local community events in Corpus Christi. The family relocated to Austin TX two years later which opened up new opportunities for Tasha. Tasha and Tonya quickly linked up with some other girls and formed the group “The Homegirls” and began performing at various events (Pecan Street Festival, Jump On It, The Black Expo) and venues (The Victory Grill, Luling Civic Center). One of the highlights was receiving a proclamation from the Mayor declaring it “Homegirls Day” for a day. By age fourteen, KAZI 88.7 was spinning a song entitled “Street Life” by local rapper named “Pac Man” with Tasha performing the hook. After signing with Carnival Beats, Tasha has performed throughout Texas at different events and is putting the finishing touches on her album. Her biggest fans include her parents, Michelle & William (step-dad), Roy & Mary Alice (step-mom), two sisters, Tonya and Ashlee and her brother Willie. “I’ve been blessed with the honor of working with Salih on an album. I want my music to touch other people. This has always been my passion. Music is a part of me and I wouldn’t trade this for anything. So here we come with some Third Coast R&B” ..Latasha Lee Robinson

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