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Tiara Thomas, an R&B singer-songwriter with Grammy and Oscar wins, has just released her newest song, “Don’t Talk Back.” Together with Tiara Thomas and super-producer Ron Gilmore, the sultry slow groove was created. The eagerly anticipated song is now streamable.
Don’t Talk Back is Tiara’s first studio album in two years. During that time, she devoted a large portion of her prodigious creative skills to working with other musicians, including Grammy winners John Legend, H.E.R., Fat Joe, Wale, and many more. Most importantly Tiara Thomas’ skill with words was recognized in 2021 when she shared songwriting credit for “I Can’t Breathe” and went on to win her first Grammy Award for Song of the Year. Thomas was nominated for a Golden Globe and won an Academy Award for Best Original Song in the same year for co-writing the song “Fight for You” from the movie Judas and the Black Messiah.
Regarding “Don’t Talk Back,” Tiara explains: “I haven’t released any music in a few years, and during that period, I’ve experimented with my sound. I wanted to return with something enjoyable that would demonstrate the fresh energy I’m bringing. It still has my trademark Tiara Thomas vibe, but with a more sophisticated sound. I don’t believe it is what people anticipate hearing. It’s smooth but edgy, sensual, and enjoyable.
Tiara Thomas originally gained widespread attention in 2013 when she co-wrote, co-produced, and made an appearance on the smash hit song “Bad” by Wale. Her first Hot 100 and top 40 entry, the song reached at number 21 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The Bad Influence, her division 1/Interscope Geffen A&M debut album, was released in 2014 and instantly became successful after “Bad.” Rico Love, a Grammy Award-winning songwriter and producer, created the smash tune “One Night” for the project. Thomas continued to record and release music after the popularity of “One Night,” including Up in Smoke in 2015, the Don’t Mention My Name EP in 2017, and the well-received FWMM in 2018.
Tiara Thomas, who was born and reared in Indianapolis, Indiana, and who graduated from Ball State University, has the exceptional accomplishment of finding success as both a vocalist and a songwriter. having collaborated with numerous prominent musicians, including as John Legend, H.E.R., and Fat Joe. Tiara Thomas’ songwriting accomplishments were honored in 2021 when she won her first Grammy Award in the prestigious Song of the Year category for co-writing “I Can’t Breathe” H.E.R., a Grammy winner, Thomas was nominated for a Golden Globe and won an Oscar for Best Original Song the same year for co-writing the song “Fight For You” from the movie Judas and the Black Messiah.