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On December 16, 2015, Taylor gave birth to a daughter, Iman "Junie" Tayla Shumpert Jr.
After going into early labor, her then-fiance Iman Shumpert delivered their baby with his bare hands at the couple's home.
Growing up, Taylor had strong influences from Lauryn Hill, Stevie Wonder, Janet Jackson, and Michael Jackson.
In February 2007, Taylor first came into the public's awareness through her episode on MTV's My Super Sweet Sixteen, which is a show depicting over-the-top sixteenth birthday parties from these rich teenagers.
The mixtape drew influences from 1990s R&B legends like Lauryn Hill and Mary J. She provides vocals for the opening track "To the World," with Kanye West and R.
Kelly, provides the hook and chorus for "Sin City," which also features John Legend, Cyhi the Prynce, Malik Yusef and Travis Scott, and also duets with John Legend on a song titled "Bliss." Taylor and Legend's duet on the album was highly praised, Erika Ramirez of notes that "Teyana Taylor's beautifully brash voice ...
She has credited him as a "big brother" and sees her early signing to Star Trak as a "blessing." Taylor has stated on many occasions that her release from the label was necessary because she wanted to have a level of independence in the music industry. More positive reviews of the latter track note that "The Harlem songstress channels Janet Jackson as she glides over the smooth Hit-Boy-produced beat with her airy vocals, while fellow New Yorkers Fabolous and Jadakiss ride shotgun".
In an interview with DJ Skee, Taylor mentioned that "when [she] was signed for six years, [she] felt like she couldn't do [anything]," and that she "couldn't prove to [her] fans that [she] had the talent" and "couldn't sing from [her] heart." As an independent artist at the time of her release, she had begun preparing her second release, a mixtape titled The Misunderstanding of Teyana Taylor. After some time as an independent artist and taking time to find herself as an artist, Taylor signed a joint-venture deal with Kanye West's label GOOD Music and The Island Def Jam Music Group, on June 14, 2012.
Taylor stated that she and Star Trak founder Pharrell Williams, have remained amicable since the end of their business relationship. Jadakiss & Fabolous), which was released on February 25, 2012.
She was filling in as a member of the band, called U. When Taylor struck up a friendship with West and the whole GOOD Music family before her first meeting West on his Glow in the Dark Tour, with Pharrell's band N. Upon recalling the experience of recording "Dark Fantasy", Taylor stated that "at the time it was pretty empty, just verses." She remembers that West "put [her] in another room by [herself] and said, 'Go'." Taylor came back with the "intro and chorus," and "did all the scratches and the cuts [herself]." She admitted that she was "nervous" upon letting West hear her contributions to the tracks, trying to cover her nervousness by stating that she "hadn’t been in the studio for so long." In 2010, Taylor contributed on one of the GOOD Music's GOOD Friday tracks, titled "Christmas In Harlem".
The track was released as a shortened version of the single to the i Tunes Store on December 17, 2010, which features guest appearances from American rappers Cyhi the Prynce and West.
The tape features the production from Jazze Pha, Pharrell, Mad Scientist, Frost, Shondre and Hit-Boy, among others. released the snippet of their single, called "Wasted".
The tape also features "a mix of throwback break beats, futuristic boom bap, and melodic renderings is the perfect backdrop for the starlet's musical mayhem." Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs. In August 2010, Taylor ventured her career into acting, appearing in the sequel of Stomp the Yard, titled Stomp the Yard: Homecoming. While in the studio, Taylor was determined to make the appearance on West's fifth album.