Tameka Cottle Net Worth
Tameka Cottle's Net Worth is 3 million
In 2000, Cottle and kindred previous Xscape aggregate part Kandi Burruss was regarded with a Grammy Award for Best R&B Song for penning TLC’s hit single “No Scrubs”. Cottle’s different achievements incorporate an American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers grant in the R&B and Pop Music classifications for “No Scrubs”, and additionally the ASCAP Rap Award for her work on the Sporty Thievz track “No Pigeons”. Cottle has additionally worked with T.I., 8Ball and MJG, Lil’ Kim and Bow Wow.
Following a five-year rest, Cottle rejoined with sisters LaTocha and Tamika Scott and included another part, Kiesha Miles, to discharge a Xscape collection entitled Unchained and discharged the single “What’s Up” in 2005.
Cottle is included in a venture with Kiesha Miles called the OMG Girlz. Cottle’s little girl, Zonnique, is a piece of the melodic trio.
In June 2009, Cottle’s existence arrangement, Tiny, and Toya made its presentation on BET.
She showed up in her significant other’s video for “Hi” alongside their family and the OMG Girlz.
On July 22, 2014, Tameka come back to the music business under her new name Pretty Hustle, with her initially solo single “What the Hell You Gon Do?”. Inside a couple of hours of “WTFYGD” being discharged, it achieved the number 5 spot on the iTunes R&B/Soul diagrams, and under 24 hours after discharge, it turned into the main melody on the graphs for the class.
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Tameka Cottle Biography
Tameka “Little” Harris conceived Tameka Pope July 14, 1975, in College Park, Georgia. She is an American vocalist-lyricist.
Cottle is best known as an individual from the American multi-platinum R&B vocal gathering Xscape and her marriage with rapper T.I. Cottle got a Grammy Award for her composition commitments on the TLC hit “No Scrubs”. Cottle procured the epithet “Little” because of her little stature of 5’0″.
As an individual from the gathering, Cottle has added to three of the band’s platinum collections: Hummin’ Comin’ at ‘Cha, Off the Hook, and Traces of My Lipstick. As an individual from Xscape, she has gotten two Soul Train Music Awards for Best New R&B Artist and Best R&B Album and the A-Town Music Award for Best Duo/Group. Cottle sang lead vocals on six of Xscape’s hit singles: “Understanding”, “Would You Like To?”, “All I Need”, “Love’s a Funny Thing”, “My Little Secret”, and “Am I Dreamin'”. She has additionally recorded on soundtracks for Soul Food, Panther, Bad Boys, and Love Jones. In 1998, after the arrival of Xscape’s third collection, Traces of My Lipstick, the band went separate ways.
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