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How Ty’Liyah Monroe Jumpstarted And Grew Her Career As A Music Artist

When she walks into any room, Ty’Liyah Monroe is sure to turn heads. It’s not just because of her innate beauty and elegance, but it’s also because of the 132 tattoos that cover almost every inch of her body. And that’s just normal for Ty’Liyah. 

As the “Tatted Goddess,” Ty’Liyah exudes confidence, poise, and talent along with her undeniable charm and charisma. Her goal is to make her wildest dreams come true while becoming a source of inspiration for her fans everywhere

How She Started 

Ty’Liyah Monroe, a native of North Carolina, jumpstarted her career in the music industry as a video vixen while she was in Atlanta where she’s been living for the last 15 years. 

Just recently, she has been featured in several standout music videos such as Jeezy’s “1 Time,” Lil Baby’s “Boss B***h,” Young Dolph’s “Paranoid“, K Camp’s “Tatted Up,” Lil Duval’s “Be Happy“ featuring T.I., and Wiz Khalifa’s “Going Hard.” 

She’s also an official BelAire Champagne model and has made appearances on Black Ink, Love & Hip Hop, and even Kevin Hart’s movie “School Night.”

But now, Ty’Liyah is currently investing her time and effort in her music career as she determinedly works on her EP and newest single titled “phatty.” 

“I want to be one of the biggest female artists in the world. Women in rap music are blowing up, I want to be a part of that,” she said. 

She added that she has a unique way of doing things where she strives to keep everything entertaining and never leaving her fans or audiences bored. 

Ty’Liyah is also working on two short films and her brand Versetël, which highlights how versatile she can be as a person, an artist, and an entrepreneur. 

The Secret Is Consistency 

Being a woman in a demanding industry such as music, Ty’Liyah has had her fair share of challenges which she overcame along the way because of one important value that’s ever-present in the way she works: consistency. 

Consistency has allowed Ty’Liyah to stay motivated and keep going no matter how hard things may seem for her. She just remembers that she can achieve anything and manifest whatever it is that she puts her mind to. 

“Stay consistent and never give up no matter the trials and tribulations one goes through. Every obstacle has a learning lesson behind it. Keep going,” she said. 

Ty’Liyah added that doing research and having a good support system has helped her reach the levels of success that she enjoys now. 

For more information on Ty’Liyah Monroe, visit www.tyliyahmonroe.com


US Army Combat Veteran turned writer helps people reach new levels of success and influence with personal brand building. Luis also writes for Entrepreneur magazine and runs TEDx events and TED circles online. Mentored by Mark Cuban his eye for business and potential growth has been trained at a billionaire level.

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