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In 2008, Ms. LaRae began traveling internationally as the female lead vocalist for 2x Grammy Award Winning group, Arrested Development (“Tennessee”, “Mr. Wendel”, “People Everyday”).
In the winter of 2014, Tasha LaRae founded the Racism Sucks Fashion Movement in an effort to promote peace and unity within various communities across the U.S. and around the world. To date, her shirts are represented in over 30 states, 20 countries and 5 continents.
April 1, 2016, Ms. LaRae released her single, “Find My Way” on Quantize Recordings, presented by DJ Spen & Tracy Hamlin and produced by Atlanta based producer, Trü.ski the Transmitter. This soulful house package includes remixes by DJ Spen, Earl TuTu & John Khan, DJ Beloved, and Larry Espinosa.