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|Origin||Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.|
|Genres||Contemporary R&B, Crunk&B, Hip hop|
|Labels||Landmine Entertainment Inc.|
|Associated acts||The-Dream, Hurricane Chris, Ying Yang Twins|
Domanica "Doma" Raye|
Bianca "Notation" Raye
Jemekia "Jazz" Roberts
Taurus was a female Crunk&B trio–consisting of Doma, Notation & Jazz–that became slightly known for their heavily Salt-N-Pepa-influenced debut single "Taurus Here" in 2005. In January 2006, the trio made their first public television appearances on the now-defunct musical series, Showtime at the Apollo and Soul Train, to perform their single, "Taurus Here".
In 2007, the group was requested by the New Jersey Nets to sing the National Anthem. That same year, the group released another single titled, "Get Out My Bed", which featured production by Mr. Collipark and guest rap verses from rapper, Hurricane Chris. By the year's end, Taurus had departed from their label, Landmine Entertainment, and their self-titled debut album was shelved.
|US Pop 100||US R&B/Hip-Hop|
|2007||"Get Out My Bed" (featuring Hurricane Chris)||–||–|
|2006||"Jack It Up" with Ying Yang Twins||Chemically Imbalanced|
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- "Soul Train > Season 35, Episode 7 > Jazze Pha and Cee-Lo Green/Kindred the Family Soul/Taurus > Episode Summary". TV.com. Retrieved January 24, 2013.
- "Taurus Sings for the New Jersey Nets". YouTube. April 23, 2007. Retrieved January 24, 2013.
- Crosley, Hillary. "Beyond Ying Yang". Billboard. December 16, 2006: 39. Print.
- Pop Billboard. Billboard. August 13, 2005: 62. Print.
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