Taj of SWV talks about their new CD “I Missed Us”

Radio Interview!  

We deal with real issues

Taj from SWV breaksdown their CD on radio. Fans have waited over a decade to hear from the Legendary group. Their new CD “I Missed Us” can be purchased on Itunes, Amazon, Walmart.com & Target.com

Radio Interview with Taj of SWV

About Taj:

Tamara Antrice Johnson-George (TAJ) is a successful wife, mother, author, and entertainer. Though primarily recognized as Taj, 1/3 of the multi-platinum selling R&B group – Sisters with Voices (SWV), Taj is quickly being recognized as a star in her own right.

It’s been over a decade since the trio released their last album yet their presence in the music industry helped open doors for many of the female groups that followed them.

During their time apart Taj has definitely been keeping busy with various philanthropic events, family and completing her Bachelor’s in Marketing.   Most notably she has been recognized for her work with her non-profit organization, Visions with Infinite Possibilities (VIP).   “My mission is to support and enlighten women and children of domestic abuse.”  Having been a victim of domestic violence herself, Taj is able to relate to the families on a genuine and personal level.  Her experiences aided her when she embarked on her Sisters Inspiring Success – S.I.STour that was developed to uplift and inspire victims of abuse.

In less than a decade Taj has added the title of published author, reality star and co-host to her resume’.  In July, 2008 she published her first book Player HateHer:  How to Avoid The Beat Down and Live in a Drama Free World (Amistad/Harper Collins) which she co-wrote with her best friend, Katrina Chambers.

After Taj married her longtime boyfriend and former NFL running back, Eddie George in the summer of 2004, the two were featured in their own reality show on TV One, “I Married A Baller.”  The show provided viewers with a REAL view into their hectic life in Nashville, TN. On the show she pulled no punches and gave viewers an alternative view of what it’s really like to be an NFL wife, mother, and still maintain her own career.  They are the proud parents of their son Eriq and Eddie’s son Jaire. (Source: http://tajgeorge.com)