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About Teairra Mari

Hailed by Jay-Z as "the Princess of the Roc," Teairra Mari hit the scene with a bang in the summer of 2005, thanks mostly to her insanely catchy lead single "Make Her Feel Good." Revisiting the minimalist bells from Eric B. & Rakim's old school jam "My Melody," the teenage songstress came through with a ladies anthem that was guaranteed to blow up. Her debut solo album Roc-A-Fella Presents...Teairra Mari (which she calls "a girl's dictionary") dropped in August 2005.

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Listen toTeairra Marion Napster

Hailed by Jay-Z as "the Princess of the Roc," Teairra Mari hit the scene with a bang in the summer of 2005, thanks mostly to her insanely catchy lead single "Make Her Feel Good." Revisiting the minimalist bells from Eric B. & Rakim's old school jam "My Melody," the teenage songstress came through with a ladies anthem that was guaranteed to blow up. Her debut solo album Roc-A-Fella Presents...Teairra Mari (which she calls "a girl's dictionary") dropped in August 2005.

About Teairra Mari

Hailed by Jay-Z as "the Princess of the Roc," Teairra Mari hit the scene with a bang in the summer of 2005, thanks mostly to her insanely catchy lead single "Make Her Feel Good." Revisiting the minimalist bells from Eric B. & Rakim's old school jam "My Melody," the teenage songstress came through with a ladies anthem that was guaranteed to blow up. Her debut solo album Roc-A-Fella Presents...Teairra Mari (which she calls "a girl's dictionary") dropped in August 2005.

About Teairra Mari

Hailed by Jay-Z as "the Princess of the Roc," Teairra Mari hit the scene with a bang in the summer of 2005, thanks mostly to her insanely catchy lead single "Make Her Feel Good." Revisiting the minimalist bells from Eric B. & Rakim's old school jam "My Melody," the teenage songstress came through with a ladies anthem that was guaranteed to blow up. Her debut solo album Roc-A-Fella Presents...Teairra Mari (which she calls "a girl's dictionary") dropped in August 2005.