GRAMMY Award-nominated singer, songwriter, and boundary breaker Tayla Parx reimagines genre, gender, feminism, popular music, and the very definition of an artist. Within one year, she became “the first female songwriter to have three simultaneous top 10 songs in the Billboard Hot 100 since 2014.” She notably penned a total of six tracks on Ariana Grande’s blockbuster thank u, next. Not to mention, she co-wrote double-platinum “Love Lies” for Khalid and Normani, Anderson Paak’s “Tints” [feat. Kendrick Lamar], and four cuts on Janelle Monáe’s Dirty Computer—which topped year-end lists by Associated Press, New York Times, and NPR and received a GRAMMY nomination for “Album of the Year.” She accompanied Ariana for a standout performance on Ellen and teamed up with Paak and Kendrick Lamar on Saturday Night Live. Plus, she toured with Paak and Lizzo. Not to mention, the accomplished actress appeared in Hairspray and True Jackson, VP as well as The Walking Dead and Sims video game franchises. Along the way, Vogue, Paper, Forbes, NYLON, Billboard, Glamour, and more shined a spotlight on her. She launched her solo career with the acclaimed 2017 Tayla Made mixtape and one-off singles, which quickly clocked over 15.4 million Spotify streams within six months.