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Tasha Reid (Real Name: Natasha Shanta Reid, born May 31, 1981), better known by her Korean nameYoon Mi-rae (former stage nameBaby Tasha, then T), is a Korean African-American hip hop and R&Bsinger and rapper. She is part of the well-respected Korean hip hop crew The Movement, and belongs to the label FeelGhoodMusic. She is married to Tiger JK, and has one son with him. She was selected the 12 best new female emcees dominating mics everywhere.  She has many nicknames. The nicknames are T, Gemini, Baby T, Tasha, and Jordan's mother.
In 1995, she started to organize members for the group that would become known as Uptown. They debuted in South Korea in early 1997, when Reid was just 17.[dubious– discuss]
In 1999, she also formed Tashannie, a hip-hop and R&B project for which she was the primary vocalist, alongside Annie Lee. From there, her lyrics and bars started to gain her a lot of attention, and so her popularity grew.
After a scandal involving marijuana that forced Uptown to break up in 2000, Reid prepared to debut as solo artist. In 2001, she began her solo career under the moniker T. She worked with various producers on her 1st solo project including, John Earl Watley III from Los Angeles, now in Japan.