Taet is a young, singer/songwriter originating from London. She integrates a sound that derives from both Pop and Soul genres; creating music that projects a 90s style and feel. “Sorry” is the first introduction into who the 20-year-old singer is as an artist and is a great debut for what more she has in store.
Speaking on the track Taet states: I wrote sorry about a guy I was seeing at the time. We had an argument and I knew deep down he didn’t care and that he was going to mess me around but you know when you like someone it’s hard to let go. I feel like ‘Sorry’ is a song that we can all relate to, you either have or have a friend who has been in a situation where they keep going back to something they know is not good for them so it’s sort of an apology to myself.
Discovering her talent very early on within her primary school choir; Taet knew she had a gift from the tender age of 7. Not willing to waste this talent the Essex resident soon became a full-time student at the prestigious Syliva Young Theatre School; home to some of Britain’s biggest stars – Amy Winehouse and Rita Ora.
Bar the educational side of the 20-year olds upbringing she was also influenced by different styles of music. Her mother was a RnB fan and loved the sounds of Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey and Brandy whereas her father had an eclectic range of tastes and leaned towards artists such as; Oasis, Neil Diamond and Basement Jaxx. Growing up around such a variety of different melodies was the driving force behind Taet’s sound today – ‘RnB Pop’.
Already off to a great start the singer/songwriter has already recorded with some of the industry’s most exciting producers such as; Nana Rouges, Rymez and Example thus confirming her incredible talent that has already been foreseen by the best in the game!