Mams Taylor

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Mams Taylor
Mams Taylor Headshot.jpg
Background information
Origin Cricklewood, London
Genres Runk
Instruments Keys
Labels Premiere League Music
Associated acts Royal Runts, Steel Bill, Snoop Dogg, Joel Madden, Carmen Electra

Mams Taylor is a British singer, song writer and producer[1] of Persian descent.

His song "LA Girls" featuring Joel Madden of Good Charlotte was featured on the MTV show, The Hills.[2] In addition to Taylor, the music video for "LA Girls" also stars UFC champion Quinton Jackson, Mila Kunis, and Carmen Electra.[3]

A later single of Taylor's called "Girls Gotta Girlfriend" featured Snoop Dogg, and Bobby Valentine was inspired by the openness about female bisexuality in Hollywood.[4] Taylor participated in the NOH8 Campaign which promotes marriage, gender, and human equality.[5]

In May 2013 Taylor teamed up with producer Ben Rico and formed the production /writing duo called "Feelabeat." They produced and wrote a single for Carmen Electra, titled "Bigger Dick".[6]

Taylor has a passion for mixed martial arts fighting and currently trains at PKG LA. Taylor appeared in Fight Magazine in 2009.[7]

A video of Taylor hitting Jesse Metcalfe has been repeatedly featured on the television program TMZ.[8] On 10 October 2010, Taylor married actress Krista Allen. Allen filed for divorce in Los Angeles County Superior Court on 12 February 2012.

United for Neda[edit]

Taylor wrote and produced "United for Neda". Which is a protest song recorded in English and Persian versions by many famous Irianian expatriates. It was inspired by the plight of Neda Agha-Soltan, a 26-year-old Iranian woman who was fatally shot on the streets of Tehran on June 20, 2010 by the Basij. Her death was recorded on cell phone video and received international attention when it hit the Internet.[9]


Year Album Chart positions RIAA certification
U.S. U.S. R&B
2009 The R-Evoltion of Runk TBA TBA N/A
2009 King Amongst Men:The Lost Album TBA TBA N/A


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