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TEENA MARIE: MY DAUGHTER HAS CAUGHT THE MUSIC BUG

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She is ready to follow in her mom’s legendary footsteps! Aspring singer Alia Rose, who goes by the stage name Rose Le Beau, has caught the “Teena Marie” bug!

“She’s got Teena Marie the bug,” Alia’s mom, singer Teena Marie, says to BlackVoices . “She’s been performing with me. But she’s in the studio doing her own music.”

Ms. Marie says that she is not at all nervous about her daughter being in the spotlight because she has prepared her for the cut-throat music industry.

“She’s been around me all her life, so she knows the parameters and kind of knows how it’s supposed to go. I’ve kept her protected and she’s very smart,” she says.

Audio: Alia a.k.a Rose Le Beau sings “Who’s Loving You. Does she have what it takes?

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  1. IWADE…..DONT SOME PEOPLE TRIPP U OUT WITH THAT GOT OLD STUFF? AS IF THEIR MOTHER/FATHER/GRANDPARENTS/UNCLES/AUNTS/BROTHERS/SISTERS AND THEMSELVES DONT GET OLD. THE WAY MAJORITY OF YOUNGSTERS LOOK THESE DAYS, THEY MIGHT AS WELL BE OLD. IS THAT RICK JAMES DAUGHTER? JUST ASKING.

  2. Love Teena Marie!! My mom used to play her records, yes records LoL, when I was little back in the early 80′s! Lovergirl is one of my favorite songs til this day! Now my 7 year old daughter listens to her!

    Alia Rose is such a beautiful girl too! Gonna have to see what her music is like!

  3. DAM Teena Marie don got old!

    I love her tho, Lady T was the shizzit back in the day and recently.

    Much luck to her daughter. Is that one of Rick James kids?

    Glad to see someone featured that I ain’t seen in a while.

    LAWWWDDDD, ALL YALL YOUNG FOLKS! WHY YO PARENTS DIDN’T HAVE YOU LISTEN TO THAT OL’ SCHOOL?

    Lady T sang such hits as Portuguese Love, Fire & Desire w/ Rick James, Out On a Limb, Dear Lover, Square Biz, and a host of others. Look ‘em up and check ‘em out.

    • Everybody gets old if they’re lucky. When was she with Rick james? THREE DECADES AGO. That would make her how old? She still looks good and still has the pipes!

  4. Yes—My best song was Ooooh la la la–(LOL)–hahaha–Actually I love all of her songs and my IPOD has several of them….Now that’s music!…the 70′s, 80′s and early 90′s is what you call music…LOVE IT…..I wonder if her daughter has the same sound?

  5. I looooooooove Lady T. There is no other like her. Her daughter certainly has talent. With training and a bit of refinement, she is well on her way.

  6. I never knew who Teena Marie was until I saw her special on Tv One. Sorry it was before my time. I fell in love with her songs and story. I wish her and her daughter well.

    I also think it is good that TV One does stories like that to introduce a new generation to older and better artist from back in the day. I learned too who the Debarges were and loved there story too. i DOWNLOADED there music to my ipod after seeing their story on TV One.

    • @Mena – I am SO happy the younger generation is being introduced to the music of the 70s and 80s. I grew up during that era and the music, in my opinion, is like none other because these artists were true musicians that studied their craft and didn’t have to rely solely on music videos and sexual images in lieu of talent. If you want more exposure to this kind of music, you might want to check out youtube if you all ready haven’t. There are so many young people who love old school music.

      I also agree that Unsung is TV One’s best series yet!

      • @Teri – I’m not going to lie, that the music from the 70′s and 80′s are waaay better than what we have now. I like the stories of how the artist from back in the day had to actually work hard to get a deal and to blow up. You have to listen to the music and the words that they are saying -it is the best music. I wish I was born to live through those times. The artist were orignal and broke many bariers, musically. I want to see more stories on TV ONE about artist from back in the day. I listen to Debarges everyday (no lie). I would not have known whom they were, their life story and how they got into music and got a deal had I not see TV ONE specials.

        • @Mena – yes it was! Growing up during that time was so different than it is now. It seems like the whole world has changed since then. You are right about the musicians having to work very hard to get where they were instead of using gimmicks and shaking their body parts to get popular. The few artists of substance today don’t even get airplay. It’s very sad.

          DeBarge is awesome. I have every last one of their albums, and I don’t blame you for continuing to play their music. Even back in the day when artists sung about sex, it was tasteful and they interjected love. Also, none of the artist sounded alike. You could tell Aretha’s voice from Natalie’s voice, Chaka Khan’s from Patti LaBelle’s. Each artist had their own distinctive voices. Today, I can’t tell them apart.

          Sorry for the long post, but I just had to say that.

          • Preach on my sister Teri. Co-signing both of your responses to Mena. Don’t even get me started (lol).

      • Teri, music from 70s & 80s are when talent was necessary. You saw & heard it. The videos were for fun.

        I’m not saying musicians now do not have any talent, not at all. I’m saying the same thing you said, they rely on videos & booty shaking.

        Plus music in the 70s & 80s were more than 5 minutes long, songs now are like 3.46 minutes long.

        • @Sherley – Oh, I couldn’t agree more. I used to love Video Soul w/Donnie Simpson. The videos back then were tasteful. There are some good musicians today, but I just wish they had more airplay.

          Oh my gosh, they sure were long. Do you remember the long version of “Rapper’s Delight?” I think that was about 15 minutes long. Yeah, those were the days. No booty shaking was necessary.

    • Who is Teena Marie? i honestly don’t know. i probably know her songs, but not the person behind the lyrics.

      • Go to youtube and look up some od her videos. Also she was a protege of the late great Rick James. I guess you don’t know the song Fire and Desire?

      • Teena Marie is a wonderful singer and was known as a Rick James protege’. You might know her from their song Fire and Desire. =)

      • @Evelina – Teena Marie worked very closely with Rick James. She had many hits such as, Square Biz, Fire and Desire w/Rick James, I’m Just a Sucker for your Love, Hit Me Where I Live, Lover Girl, Oh La La La, to name a few. They call her Vanilla Soul. The chick is BAD!

        Check her out on youtube.

        • It’s funny ’cause everyone keeps saying Rick James, but i don’t know him either, no lie. I remember he was on the BET AWARDS one year, i think, and he came out and said “i’m Rick James, b**ch”, but that’s all i really know.

          • @Evelina – that’s okay, hun. Rick was a bad brother. He was one of the kings of funk music back in the day. Unfortunately, he is now deceased. Check Rick out on youtube. Some of his best hits were Fire and Desire w/Teena Marie (they also sung it on the BET awards episode you mentioned), You and I, Mary Jane, and many others.

      • Teena Marie? Rick James? Fire & Desire?

        ::singing:: Remember when I use to LOOOOOOOOOOOVVVVE them and leave them! That’s what I use to do! Uuuuuuuse and abuse them. Til I laid eyes on you, it was PAAAAAAIIIIN before pleasure!

        Lol don’t get me started with that Fire and Desire!

      • She was a really good soul singer from back in the day. Her and Rick James made alot of good music and performances together. She is white but she had a really good soulful voice. I think they (her and Rick James) dated too back in the day.
        That’s all I know. I didn’t know her either. I learned a little from this show call Unsung on TV One . It is really good show. You can learn alot about the music from back in the day. Start watching it, I don’t think you will be disappointed at all.

  7. I’ve been a fan of Teena’s since back in the day. I remember watching “Unsung: Teena Marie” when she introduced her daughter.

    Does she have what it takes? She’s okay. I think she could use a bit more training, but there is tremendous potential. JMO.

  8. Off topic: Happy 3rd Birthday Lola.

    off topic #2: I wonder how Golden Brooks’ baby is doing.

    I think she definitely has what it takes. All the best Alia!

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