Teyana Taylor was hospitalized after a “physical closure” during her tour of ‘The Last Rose Petal… Farewell’
American singer Teyana Taylor was admitted to hospital over the weekend after the “body was closed” during her The Last Rose Petal… Farewell Tour.
Taylor took to Instagram on Sunday to inform fans of his life with a picture of him lying in a hospital bed and thanked Connecticut fans who sent him love and wishes after canceling his Mashantucket program.
“My team and I tried everything until the last minute to get me off the stage, but my body just started to lose strength, which started a few days ago,” explained the 30-year-old.
Shut up, my body actually gave me a low key… ”he added, further emphasizing the importance of knowing when to stop.
“But you should really listen to your body and know when to sit down; or it will put you down … in the ER. ”
Taylor is now undergoing rehab, after receiving “proper fluids and nutrients” and said he would “take the next few days to continue his recovery.”
2006-11: First work
In September 2006, 15-year-old Teyana Taylor was honored as the lead vocalist for the hit American music video Beyoncé, “Ring the Alarm” . In January 2007, Taylor signed an agreement to join American recording artist and record producer. Pharrell Williams’ of Star Trak Entertainment label, by Interscope Records. In February 2007, Taylor began raising public awareness of her episode on MTV’s My Super Sweet Sixteen, a show featuring high-profile birthday parties for rich teens. 2007, Taylor appeared in Jay-Z’s single music video, “Blue Magic”, in which he could be seen dancing and coming out.
February 2008, Teyana Taylor released her first commercial song, titled “Google Me”. The song has been released as one of the highlights of his full-length project, his first mixtape, titled From a Planet Called Harlem. The cassette, released August 16, 2009, features the production of Jazze Pha, Pharrell, Mad Scientist, Frost, Shondre and Hit-Boy, among others. 90 on US Billboard’s Hot R & B / Hip- Hop Songs.
In August 2010, Taylor, embarking on her acting career, appeared in the sequel Stomp the Yard, entitled Stomp the Yard: Homecoming.
Teyana Taylor sang intentionally and the tracks he played, to get his attention. Eventually he asked her to put her words in a few tracks. Most notably “Dark Dream” and “Hell of a Life”. Recalling the experience of recording “Dark Fantasy”, Taylor said “at that time it was empty, just verses.” He recalls that the West “put him in another room alone” and said, “Go.” Taylor returned with “introduction and chorus,” and “made all the bruises and cuts [himself].” to close his shock by saying “he had not been in the studio for so long.”
In 2010, Taylor contributed to one of GOOD Music’s songs GOOD Friday, titled “Christmas In Harlem”. Featuring the appearance of visitors from American rappers Cyhi the Prynce and West. In 2010, Teyana Taylor along with another American rapper Bow Wow. Released on April 22, 2011. U Taylor also focused on music and appeared in a single song, “Party Tonight”. Accompanied by rapper Randyn Julius, Jim Jones and Cam’ron.
2012–18: GOOD Music, original play and K.T.S.E.
Taylor said he and Star Trak founder Pharrell Williams, have been friends since the end of their business relationship. In an interview with DJ Skee, Teyana Taylor revealed that “when [he] was signed for six years, [he] felt like he could do nothing,” and that he “could not prove to his fans that he [had] talent” and “could not sing from [his] heart. ” As a freelance artist at the time of his release, he had begun preparing for his second release, a mixtape titled, Teyana Taylor’s Misunderstanding. The mixtape drew 1990 R&B heroes such as Lauryn Hill and Mary J. Blige.
Another attraction in the note of the latest song “Harlem singer Channel Janet Jackson. As she dances to the beat of the hit Hit-Boy with her vocal vocals. While other New Yorkers Fabolous and Jadakiss ride a gun.”