Progressive Soul Mondays: Tamia

It’s time for another “Slept On” edition of Progressive Soul Mondays. Let’s give Canadian-born Tamia her due. 


Tamia got her start singing in church and was first introduced to the professional music world in 1995 when her single “You Put a Move on My Heart” was featured on Quincy Jones’ Q’s Jook Joint.  She has since released five albums, including a Greatest Hits. Her latest project is the supergroup The Queen Project, which also includes Deborah Cox and Kelly Price. Enjoy! 


– Desiree


“Last First Kiss,” Tamia


“Almost,” Tamia

2 Comments

  1. Tamia is extremely slept on. And if that Queen Project ever comes to fruition I’ll be a happy man.

    http://www.georgiamae.com/2010/01/edds-mantra-not-so-supergroups.html

  2. Yes, Tamia is a very talented artist. I was listening to her just the other day. I love her song “Me.” I also have an old album of hers that I still play from time to time!

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