BREAKOUT ARTIST TAYLA PARX TO RELEASE WE NEED TO TALK ON APRIL 5

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FIRST FEMALE SONGWRITER SINCE 2014 WITH THREE SIMULTANEOUS SONGS IN BILLBOARD’S HOT 100

Breakout Grammy-nominated singer, songwriter and creative Tayla Parx will release her highly anticipated project, We Need To Talk, on April 5 via Atlantic Records.

Parx’s previously released songs “Slow Dancing” and “Me vs. Us,” which will appear on her forthcoming project, continue to receive critical praise.

FLAUNT proclaims that “she exudes dreamy innocence and tradition,” while Refinery29adds “her music is on the cutting edge of right now.”

Additionally, Parx is the first female songwriter to have three simultaneous top 10 songs—Ariana Grande’s “7 Rings” and “Thank U, Next” and Panic! At The Disco’s “High Hopes”—in the Billboard Hot 100 since 2014. She is also credited for writing six songs on Grande’s new album Thank U, Next and was a nominee at the 61st Annual Grammy Awards for her contributions on Janelle Monáe’s Dirty Computer, which was up for “Album of the Year.”

In conjunction with the release, Parx is on tour now with Anderson. Paak and confirms additional dates supporting Lizzo and MNEK. These run of shows include performances at New York’s Hammerstein Ballroom and Terminal 5, Brooklyn’s Brooklyn Steel, Philadelphia’s The Fillmore, Nashville’s Cannery Ballroom, Chicago’s Lincoln Hall, Boston’s Orpheum Theatre, DC’s 9:30 Club and many more. See below for complete tour dates.

We Need To Talk was recorded at Grey Noise Studio in New York, BlackWood Studios in Los Angeles, the Palms Studio in Vegas as well as TileYard Studios in London. The project features production credits from Rasool Diaz (Quavo, Nicki Minaj, Teyana Taylor), Wallis Lane (Drake and Travis Scott), Pierre-Luc “PL” Rioux (David Guetta, Matoma), Wynne Bennett (Janelle Monáe, Twin Shadow) and more.

Taylor Parks, known by her stage name Tayla Parx, was born and raised in Dallas, TX where she trained with legendary choreographer Debbie Allen who encouraged her to pursue acting and singing. At age 12 she made her acting debut as a co-star in the 2007 film adaption of Hairspray. After moving to Los Angeles she began to hone in on her musical talents and released her mixtape, TaylaMade, in 2017 on Atlantic Records. Parx has collaborated with world-renowned artists including Jennifer Lopez, Alicia Keys, Fifth Harmony, Christina Aguilera, The Internet, Kanye West, Prince Royce and Red Velvet.

TAYLA PARX LIVE

February 19—Charlotte, NC—The Fillmore*
February 20—Washington, DC—The Theater at MGM National Harbor* February 22—New York, NY—Hammerstein Ballroom*
February 23—Boston, MA—Orpheum Theatre* February 24—Philadelphia, PA—The Fillmore*
February 25—Chicago, IL—Lincoln Hall†
February 26—Toronto, ON—Rebel Toronto*
February 27—San Francisco, CA—Rickshaw Stop†
April 24—San Francisco, CA—Warfield Theater ‡
April 26-27—Portland, OR—Roseland Theater‡
April 28—Seattle, WA—Showbox SoDo‡
April 30—Salt Lake City, UT—The Union Event Center‡
May 1—Denver, CO—Ogden Theatre‡
May 3-4—Chicago, IL—Riviera Theater‡
May 5—Saint Paul, MN—Palace Theatre‡
May 7—Nashville, TN—Cannery Ballroom‡
May 9—Atlanta, GA—Tabernacle‡
May 10—Raleigh, NC—The Ritz‡
May 12-13—Brooklyn, NY—Brooklyn Steel‡
May 15—Detroit, MI—St. Andrews Hall‡
May 16—Toronto, ON—Danforth Music Hall‡
May 18—Philadelphia, PA—Theatre of Living Arts (TLA)‡
May 19-20—Washington, DC—9:30 Club‡
May 22—Boston, MA—House of Blues‡
May 23—New York, NY—Terminal 5‡

*w/ Anderson .Paak
†w/ MNEK
‡w/ Lizzo


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