Taylor Girlz Talk About Making $100k Month On YouTube, Backlash From Their Single “Polygamy”

Taylor Girlz “Off The Porch” Interview

We recently sat down with the Taylor Girls for an exclusive conversation on “Off The Porch”! During our discussion they spoke on their dad being a major influence for them when it came to their music career, their dad being a rapper, their perspective when it comes to working with writers, getting major label offers after dropping their first single, Ti taking a break with dating, making $100,000 a month doing YouTube, their parents instilling financial discipline into them at an early age, getting their start in music by originally collaborating with Chris and Queen, YouTube having more restrictions than in the past, Ti’s past relationships, Daysha’s perspective on dating when young, Ti spending money on who she dates, how long they recover from heartbreak, their friendships over the years with other YouTubers, Ti being really sick after dating a dude from her past, staying away from those who bring negativity, Daysha’s experience with motherhood, their parents instilling entrepreneurship in them early, catching backlash over their new single “Polygamy” and the cover, working an upcoming EP, staying consistent with their music this year, and much more!

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