Tasha Holiday

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Tasha Holiday
Born 1977/1978 (age 39–40)[1]
Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States[2]
Genres R&B
Years active 1990s
Labels MCA

Tasha Holiday is a contemporary R&B singer who was signed to MCA Records in the 1990s.[3] Her biggest success [4] was with the single "Just the Way You Like It" which peaked in the top thirty of the Billboard R&B singles chart, and became one of BET's most played music videos.[5] Billboard Magazine called her album Just the Way You Like It "a promising debut".[6] She also sang vocals on the single "Don't You Worry" by reggae artist Ruffa.[7]

In 2006, she appeared on the track "Life So Real" (with Da Unknown) on the Lil' O album Neva Lay Down Vol. 1 [Explicit].[8]

In 2011, she worked with producer Mike Nitty and a single, "I Used To Love You" was released on YouTube on June 22, 2011.[9] They also premiered a song "They Want Me to Stop" earlier that year.[10]

In 2014, two more collaborations between Nitty and Holiday were released ("Stop Playin'"[11] and "Can't Stop Runnin'"[12]) on Nitty's Soundcloud account.

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

EPs[edit]

  • The Acapellas (EP) (1996)[14]

Singles[edit]

Year Single Peak positions Album
Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks Billboard Hot 100
1996 "Just the Way You Like It" 26 93 Just the Way You Like It
1997 "So Real, So Right" / "Just One Night" 100

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