Singer, songwriter La'Tasha Bailey is a native of Holly Hill, South Carolina. La’Tasha began singing gospel at her church when she was four years old. It was evident that she was a natural and gifted talent at an early age due to extreme exposure from her musically inclined family. Swiftly grasping on to the singers, musicians and harmonies surrounding her, she began to sing in school events, choruses and community choirs. Having such strong voices around her pushed La’Tasha to develop a natural range.
With additional vocal training and styles from school music instructors, La’Tasha began to perform at pageants, assemblies, banquets, weddings and talent competitions. When La’Tasha was 16, during an NAACP banquet she sung a stirring solo that immediately captured the attention of Congressman James E. Clyburn.
After her performance he personally invited her to be the guest soloist for an exclusive luncheon at Allen University in Columbia, SC with President Bill Clinton. After graduating high school La’Tasha attended Benedict College and auditioned for the Award Winning Benedict College Gospel Choir. As a result, she received a vocal scholarship for the remaining of her tenure in which she received profound training under the leadership of Darryl Izzard.
As a freshman she was chosen among a few as lead vocalist and also began to record, develop her songwriting skills while performing in Itlay and Venezuela. La’Tasha is currently completing her first album and expecting to release an EP by January 2016.