Since 2010, she has released several mixtapes including features from Nicki Minaj, Soulja Boy, and Gucci Mane. Productions, which developed her from the age of 16 onward. under the wing of Cudda Love (the man responsible for Nelly's success).
At a young age, she was encouraged by her grandmother who sang back up for Aretha Franklin to pursue a musical career. Under Big Mike's guidance, Marí spent every free moment in the studio, working with some of the hottest producers and songwriters in the game, including Helluva, Disco D, Big Mike, Chaz M, Detail, Lyriq, AK, and J. She was working on a new album titled At That Point with producers Rico Love, The Runners, The Underdogs and more.
She began her career at age 15, recording in her cousin's basement in Detroit, Michigan. She soon caught the attention of Big Mike, Ed K and Helluvah of Detroit's K. Featured on the album were Nicki Minaj, Flo Rida, Pleasure P, Soulja Boy, Gucci Mane, Kanye West & Rick Ross.
But Teairra Mari is also trying to reclaim her drifting music career, working with a slew of writers and producers to put out a full project, which so far doesn’t have a name. Was this spinoff something that was planned all along?
After disappointing sales, she was let go from her recording contract in the middle of production for her second album Second Round. Shortly after her third single "Phone Booth" was only sent to radio outlets and received a lukewarm response due to it not having a video and no promotion, she also made cameo appearances in various videos such as Biggie ("Nasty Girl"), 3LW ("Feelin You") Jay-Z ("Show Me What You Got") and played the leading lady in Sammie's video for "You Should Be My Girl". 2 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart Teairra started work on her second album entitled Second Round in 2006.
In 2008, she returned to the music scene with the Pleasure P-assisted single "Hunt 4 U". Productions arranged for Marí to collaborate with artists such as Ray J, J-Kwon, Lola Damone, and Bee and for Marí to appear on Detroit's Fox 2 Morning Show and UPN 50 Sports Rap. Teairra Marí's first album, Roc-A-Fella Records Presents Teairra Marí, was released on August 2, 2005 and was produced by Brian Michael Cox, Darkchild, Cool And Dre, Blackout Movement, The Trackboyz, Kwame and was co-executive produced by Sean Garrett. The first single "Play Me" was scheduled to be released in the fall but production was stopped in the middle of the album.
According to law enforcement, Mari is still in custody and bail has been set at k.
He went on to share some conversations he had with Karrine “Superhead” Steffans about Bow. Berg later discussed Jermaine Durpi and Da Brat writing lyrics for the ex-child star.