Yoon Mi-rae

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Yoon Mi-rae
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Yoon Mi-rae performing at the Lolipop Concert, in May 2010
Background information
Birth name Natasha Shanta Reid
Also known as Tasha Reid, Baby Tasha, T
Born (1981-05-31) May 31, 1981 (age 33)
Fort Hood, Texas, United States
Origin United States
Genres R&B, Hip Hop
Occupations Singer, Rapper, MC
Years active 1997-present
Labels Feel Ghood Music (2013-present)
Associated acts The Movement, Uptown, Tashannie, Drunken Tiger, Leessang, Yoo Jae Suk, Sunzoo
This is a Korean name; the family name is Yoon.
Yoon Mi Rae
Hangul 윤미래
Hanja 尹未來
Revised Romanization Yun Mi-rae
McCune–Reischauer Yun Mi-rae

Tasha Reid (Real Name: Natasha Shanta Reid, born May 31, 1981), better known by her Korean name Yoon Mi-rae (former stage name Baby Tasha, then T), is a Korean African-American hip hop and R&B singer 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. [1] She has many nicknames. The nicknames are T, Gemini, Baby T, Tasha, and Jordan's mother.


Early life[edit]

Tasha was born in Fort Hood, Texas to a Korean mother and an African American father of Black and Scottish ancesty. She often faced discrimination because of her mixed heritage. Her father, Thomas J. Reid, was a DJ when she was young, so she naturally became acquainted with music. Tasha also lived in Fort Lewis, Washington for a while.


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.[2][dubious ]

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.

She was one of four judges for the third season of Superstar K, and as of October 2012, is also judge for the fourth season.

Personal life[edit]

Reid speaks Korean and English fluently, and is the ambassador and spokeswoman for a multi-cultural youth organization.

In June 2007, she married Tiger JK (member of Drunken Tiger).[3] They have one son named Jordan.[4]



Album information Tracklist
As Time Goes By
  • Released: September 10, 2001
  • Language: Korean
  1. 바보
  2. 시간이 흐른 뒤
  3. I Miss You So
  4. 슬픔에 기대어
  5. 행복한 나를
  6. 그대없는 사랑
  7. La Musique
  8. As Time Goes By (English Version)
  9. She (...Could Never Be Me) Composed by John Watley III.
  10. 삶의 향기 (Soul Flower)
  11. ( Old School Love) Composed by John Watley III.
  12. 친구가 아닌 연인
  13. La Musique (English Version)
  14. 시간이 흐른 뒤 (Remix Version)
  15. 하루하루
  • Released: May 4, 2002
  • Language: Korean
  1. G火자
  2. Meditation
  3. Me We
  4. Memories (Smiling Tears)
  5. Wonder Woman
  6. 끝없는 바다 저편에
  7. Concrete Jungle
  8. Combination Platter
  9. Double Trouble
  10. 남자 남자 남자
  11. Memories (Smiling Tears, Eng. Vers)
  12. Mt (혁명)
To My Love
  • Released: December 5, 2002
  • Language: Korean
  1. Unforgettable
  2. To My Love
  3. Tuesday
  4. 선물
  5. To My Love (English Ver.)
  6. 끝없는 바다 저편에
  7. One Day
  8. Because I Love You feat. Bobby Kim
  9. 집으로 와
  10. 나는
  11. 인연
  12. Why Me ?
  13. Gotta Get Love
  14. 찬바람아!
  15. Because I Love You (English Ver.)
  16. 너 (Sad But True)
T Best
  • Released: April 25, 2003
  • Language: Korean
  1. To My Love
  2. 바보
  3. 시간이 흐른 뒤 (AS TIME GOES BY)
  4. 선물
  5. 끝없는 바다 저편에
  6. 남자 남자 남자
  7. Tuesday
  8. Concrete Jungle
  9. 행복한 나를
  10. 집으로 와
  11. I Miss You So
  12. 지화자
  13. Wonder Woman
  14. Because I Love You
  15. 찬 바람아
  16. 하루 하루
T3 - Yoon Mi Rae
  • Released: February 24, 2007
  • Language: Korean
  1. Black Diamond
  2. What's Up, Mr. Good Stuff
  3. 잊었니
  4. Honeymoon
  5. Gimme, Gimme 이기주의자
  6. Pay Day
  7. 시간은 눈물과 흐르고
  8. 나니까
  9. 검은 행복
  10. Who
  11. Good Bye Sadness, Hello Happiness
떠나지마... (EP)
  • Released: January 19, 2009
  • Language: Korean
  1. 떠나지마...
  2. 떠나지마... (Inst.)
Get It In (The Creators Project) (EP)
  • Released: October 27, 2011
  • Language: Korean
  1. Get It In (Feat. Tiger JK, 정인) (Korean Ver.)
  2. Get It In (Feat. Smokey Robotic) (English Ver.)
  3. Get It In (Inst.)


  • 2007: Wonderful (with Kim Jo Han)
  • 2008: Rhapsody Part 2 (with Tiger JK)
  • 2009: Please Don't Go
  • 2009: Let's Dance (with Yoo Jae Suk)[5]
  • 2011: Doo Doo Doo Wop Ba Ba Lu[6]
  • 2013: Sweet Dream (with Tiger JK and Bizzy as MFBTY)
  • 2013: Touch Love (The Master's Sun OST)
  • 2014: I Love You (It's Okay, That's Love OST)



MelOn Music Awards[edit]

Year Recipient Award Result
2013 Yoon Mi-rae Best Original Soundtrack Won

Mnet Asian Music Awards[edit]

Year Recipient Award Result
2013 Yoon Mi-rae Best Original Soundtrack[9] Won


  1. ^ "Yoon Mi Rae was selected the 12 best new female emcees dominating mics everywhere", etoday.co.kr, 2011-10-04 .
  2. ^ T(1981년 5월 31일 ~ )는 한국계 미국인 힙합 및 R&B 가수이다. 한국 이름은 윤미래(尹未來)(Natasha Shanta Reid Yoon)이고, 1997년에 Uptown을 통해 데뷔했으며, from http://ko.wikipedia.org/wiki/T_(가수). Retrieved: 21.05.2012
  3. ^ "Yoon Mi Rae wears a wedding dress for the first time", Allkpop, 19 March 2010. Retrieved 18 October 2011.
  4. ^ "Tiger JK and Jordan’s Father and Son Moment", Allkpop, 2 July 2009. Retrieved 16 October 2011.
  5. ^ "Future Liger rocking Music Core with Let’s Dance", Allkpop, 18 July 2009. Retrieved 18 October 2011.
  6. ^ "Tiger JK’s MV for “Doo Doo Doo Wop Ba Ba Lu” to be released with Yoon Mi Rae making a cameo appearance", Allkpop, 22 July 2011. Retrieved 18 October 2011.
  7. ^ "Superstar K3 reveals their official poster", Allkpop, 27 July 2011. Retrieved 18 October 2011.
  8. ^ "Photos give a sneak peek into ‘Running Man – Hip-hop special’!", Allkpop, 10 August 2011. Retrieved 23 October 2011.
  9. ^ "2013 M.net Korean Music Festival Winners list". MAMA. Retrieved 2014-06-12.

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