Teairra Mari Previews ‘Bad’ Single
After a stint on reality television… and most recently rehab, it appears singer Teairra Mari is finally ready to return to her musical roots. The one-time Jay-Z protégé and Princess of ROC Nation recently used her Instagram page to preview her upcoming single Bad, the first for the embattled young diva in almost four years.
Teairra Mari’s new album “At That Point” is not about to be released anytime soon. The singer announced today via Twitter that her long awaited second solo CD would indeed be pushed back from it’s original pushback date to it’s newest pushback date of October 20th. As previously reported, Teairra’s new label, Fa Reel Entertainment and Warner Brothers, had previously changed the singer’s release date from April 7th, to “sometime this summer”, hoping it would give Teairra single “Hunt 4 U” time to pick up steam. That did not happen so it appears another pushback and more than likely, another song, will be released before the album is finally released.
In the meantime, while you anxiously await Teairra’s new release, check out a few outtakes from her Rolling Out Magazine shoot a fan just sent me.
R n’ B chanteuse Teairra Mari was spotted earlier this week doing some shopping with Danielle Crawley- one of the contestants on E!’s “Candy Girls”. The duo stopped by Victoria Secret and were later seen picking up a cold treat at Pinkberry.
R n’ B songstress, Teairra Mari, recently filmed the video for her next single, “Cause A Scene“, at the Rain Nightclub in Las Vegas, Nevada. The single features rapper Flo Rida and Teairra’s record label, For Reel/Warner Bros., are banking on the track to raise interest in the singer’s upcoming sophomore album, At That Point. As previously reported, ATP has been delayed until the summer so as to give the singer an opportunity to go back into the studio and tweak it a bit. Producers, Danja, Ne-yo, and Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins are all expected to provide tracks for the cd.
Fo’ Reel Entertainment has decided to push back Teairra Mari’s sophomore album, At That Point, from it’s original release date of April 7th, to sometime in the early summer. The decision to delay the album came after Fo Reel and Warner Bros. Records joined forces to get behind the album. This will be Teairra’s first CD since being dropped from Def Jam back in 2005 and it appears both labels think the singer has what it takes to make it, if they can get the right songs together for the project. Therefore, the singer has gone back into the studio and is expected to drop a second single within the coming weeks, as Hunt 4 U has not performed the way either label expected it to.