Tasha Baxter

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Baxter started her career in 2002 as a songwriter with the song ‘In the Beginning’ that made the UK Top 40 Official Charts. She released her first solo album, ‘Colour of Me’, in 2007, produced by Noisia under the EMI label. The tracks ‘Who’s Sorry Now’, ‘The Journey’, ‘Useless’ and ‘Fade To Black’ appeared on the South African radio top charts list. The two tracks from the album; ‘The Journey’ and ‘Don’t Believe in Love’ appeared in the 2009 South African movie, “White Wedding”.

In 2010, Baxter provided vocals for the song ‘Cloudburn’ on Feed Me’s debut EP, which was featured on BT’s compilation album, ‘Laptop Symphony’. In 2011, Baxter performed the song, ‘Strange Behaviour’, co-written and produced by Feed Me, and was released on his EP ‘To The Stars’ on mau5trap. She wrote the song ‘Ebb & Flow’ that was produced by Jon Gooch and added to his debut album, ‘Calamari Tuesday’, in 2013. The song also appeared on the British TV show, “Youngers”.

In 2014, the song “Snowblind” was co-written with Au5. Baxter provided vocals for the track and it was released on Monstercat. Snowblind subsequently appeared on the American TV show, “So You Think You Can Dance”. The following year, she independently released “Bigger than Me” with Au5 as producer.

In 2016, she was featured again on Monstercat with, “Just A Dream”, performing and composing the vocals and lyric melody for the eighth track from Tut Tut Child’s Come to the End; Then Stop LP.

In 2017, she was a songwriter on Lil Wayne’s “Tha Carter V” album on track “Hittas”. In 2019, Baxter was the featured vocalist on Flux Pavilion ft. Craymak “Saviour” on Circus records.

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