Tiny

Singer/Songwriter/Entrepreneur

Georgia-born Tameka “Tiny” Cottle is a former member of the multi-platinum ’90s girl group Xscape, discovered in 1992 by producer Jermaine Dupri. When the group disbanded in 1998, the diminutive singer went on to win a Grammy for co-writing TLC’s 1999 hit “No Scrubs” (along with bandmate Kandi Burruss). In 2005, Cottle briefly reunited with some of her former bandmates, and in 2009 starred in the BET reality series Tiny and Toya. The mother of three, who is married to rap star Clifford “T.I.” Harris, also owns an Atlanta nail salon.

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Family Hustle star addresses whether or not Tiny is the muse for his new music and explains the title of his upcoming album with Devi Dev on 93.7's The Beat.

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Singer addresses marriage drama, her song "WTFYGD," and those pesky Floyd Mayweather affair rumors.

Tiny Sends a Message to T.I. on 'WTFYGD'

Mrs. Harris drops a new song that sounds inspired by real life.

T.I. Professes Love for Tiny on 'Stay'

Tip taps into his softer side on his latest single off his upcoming album, Paperwork.

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