Sisters Ti Taylor, Daysha Taylor, and Tiny Taylor comprise Taylor Girlz, a high-spirited pop-rap group who debuted as teenagers in 2016.
That year, the Atlanta, Georgia natives released a handful of singles recorded with Bolo da Producer (Silentó
's "Watch Me [Whip/Nae Nae]"), beginning with "Woozie" and "Hillary," and gained a lot of momentum with the humorous, sing-songy likes of "Steal Her Man," featuring Trinity Taylor, and "Wedgie." The street-level pop appeal of the songs placed the trio in a lineage with L'Trimm
("Cars with the Boom") and MC Luscious
("I Got Your Boyfriend"). "Steal Her Man" succeeded the likes of Zay Hilfigerrr
and Zayion McCall
's "Juju on That Beat" as a viral dance challenge. The following February, major label RCA
released Who Are Those Girlz!?, an EP featuring "Steal Her Man" and "Wedgie" with four new tracks. ~ Andy Kellman, Rovi