Tyra Bolling

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Tyra B
Birth name Tyra Shardell Bolling
Born June 27, 1985
Origin Petersburg, Virginia
Genres R&B
Occupation(s) Singer-songwriter, dancer
Years active 2004–present
Labels Warner Bros.
Website [2]

Tyra Bolling (born 1985), better known as Tyra B, is an American singer-songwriter. Bolling grew up singing with a local group by the name of Kraze with her sister and now cousin-in-law when she was 14. While the other two singers went to college, Bolling decided to pursue a career as a singer.


In 2005, her singles "Country Boy" and "Still in Love" became Top 40 hits on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip Hop chart without any support by major record companies. She worked with Chingy on the remix of "Country Boy", produced by PrettyBoy and Bradd Young. Her latest single, "Givin' Me a Rush", peaked at number two on BET's 106 & Park. "Givin' Me a Rush" was supposedly taken from her second studio album Past Due. As of late 2010, Bolling's second album has not yet been released but new music is in the works, according to her self-made video blog which appears on her MySpace page. On April 26, 2013, Bolling released new musical material, The Morning After mixtape on her official site.[1] Tyra B's Called The First Single Of "It Ain't Christmas Without You Here" and D-Mac's The New Single Of "Dream Girl" featuring Tyra B. Tyra B's His New Album Comes Out.



  • The Morning After (2013)


Year Title Chart positions Album
U.S. U.S. R&B Note
2005 "Country Boy" 35 Produced by Danja Mowf Introducing Tyra
"Get No Ooh Wee" featuring Penlope Jones 62 Produced by PrettyBoy & Bradd Young
"Still In Love" 40 Produced by PrettyBoy & Bradd Young
2007 "Givin' Me a Rush" 122 36[2] Produced by PrettyBoy & Bradd Young Past Due
2012 "Sex" Written by Tyra B & D. Bryant The Morning After



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