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Teairra Marí (born Teairra Marí Thomas; December 2, 1987) is an American singer-songwriter, dancer, model and actress.
Vegas's ballroom reggae song "Boy Shorts" with him on it, covers to Chris Brown's "Deuces" featuring fellow recording artist Dondria, her rendition of the Wiz Khalifa song "Black and Yellow" titled "U Know What It Is", a cover to Rick Ross's song "Aston Martin Music", Diddy – Dirty Money's "Loving You No More", and other songs such as "Stay", "Round And Round", and "Back It Up" featuring rapper YG. Teairra went into the studio with Rico Love, executive producer of the album, in early March 2011 to work on new music for her album.
It also features songs made for At That Point that had not leaked, "Emergency", "Operator", and "Might Get Lucky".
The second official single released from At That Point is "Cause a Scene" featuring Flo Rida.
Late 2009, Teairra Marí released her first mixtape Don't Make Me Cause a Scene, hosted by DJ Papa Smurf.
"U Did That" was later released as the new first single from Teairra's second album, and was written and produced by Rico Love and co-produced by D-Town.
Marí then released a video of her and Rico Love in the studio and talking about the new album.