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Born December 5, 1984, Tatiana Ferrei, also known as Pryceless, is a female rap artist from South America: Lima, Peru. Growing up in a different country was not easy and offered a limited opportunity. Pryceless and her family moved to the United States, where she learned how to speak English, when she was a child. Despite the distant move, far away from her native land, she managed to adapt to the American lifestyle very quickly.
Arriving to the Bay Area, California, she combined her Latin style with the urban style. As a teenager, she found herself living in Broward County, Florida, soaking up a more southern style. At 18, she moved back to the bay area, where she made a name for herself in Oakland, California. Her peers named her “Pryceless.” As an artist with no manger, Pryceless took initiative to start attending “Open Mic Nights” around the bay area, and networked to make sure she was known and respected locally. She also involved herself with “Beauty of The Bay,” a modeling group, where she attended a few different runway shows as a model, such as: The B.A.R.S. (Bay Area Rap Scene) Awards. A month later, she started getting calls to come perform at many different venues and events. One such as her most memorable performance at San Quentin Prison, where she and other acts performed for inmates doing 1 year to life. It was for a good cause. She also performed at Candle Stick Park for the Street Low Magazine Car Show, where thousands of people attended. Pryceless was also the opening act for known rap artist of Bone Thugs & Harmony, Lazy Bone.
Pryceless had started featuring on local rap artist albums around the bay area. Soon enough Michael Sebastian met Pryceless at an industry party in San Jose, California. He immediately took interest in her music and offered her to be featured on the “Too Short, I Love the Bay Compilation,” which ended up coming out in December of 2007. She was also a member of the duo group VVS Diamonds, with WyldChyld, but is now focusing more on her solo career.
Currently, Pryceless is still performing locally, in the southern and eastern states, and working hard to be the best at what she does. Her latest single “Cadillac Car Keys” is quickly becoming a favorite hit among the high school and college aged crowds. She says, “There is something new to learn every day.” With her incomparable style and erotic flirtatious look, she pushes to the limit to over exceed what is expected of her. She states of her music in her final words, “I have no choice but to make it and share my art with the world.”