Tiny Harris attended Tri-Cities Performing Arts High School and simultaneously joined the R&B group, Xscape, formed by her father and uncle. Xscape offered her a national platform, gaining recognition while performing at a Martin Luther King Jr. benefit in Atlanta. A prominent producer, Jermaine Dupri, impressed by her performance, signed Harris along with her group on the spot.
Harris subsequently recorded three albums with the band: Traces of My Lipstick, Off the Hook, and Hummin' Comin' at 'Cha. Her career soared when she became the lead vocalist for five of Xscape's songs: Do You Want To, Love’s a Funny Thing, All I Need, Love I Dreamin, and Understanding.
In 2005, Xscape released an album titled Unchained “What’s Up”. Additionally, the group recorded songs for film soundtracks including Soul Food, Love Jones, and Panther.
Later in her career, Harris embarked on a solo journey, releasing a song titled “What the Fuk You Gon Do,” which ascended to the number 5 position on the iTunes R&B/Soul charts.
Instead of competing with other R&B female groups, Harris chose to assist them. She contributed to TLC by co-writing the number one hit, No Scrubs, earning her a Grammy Award for her songwriting. She also received an award from the American Society of Composer Authors and Publishers. Over the years, she collaborated with artists like Lil’ Kim, Bow Wow, T.I, and 8Ball & MJG.
Harris made her TV debut on the BET reality series, Tiny and Toya, in June 2009. She currently manages her eldest daughter and approaches this role with utmost seriousness. Consequently, Harris has committed herself to mastering the entertainment business. For her, participating in her daughter’s career is vital and a significant part of her own life progression.Return to the previous page
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