Less than two years ago, Tiara Thomas had the idea to write a song to the beat of ‘Some Cut’ by Trillville. The song ‘Bad’ was born. The 24-year-old played the tune on the guitar for Kelson Camp, who produced the track. Months later, while riding around in a smoke-filled car in her hometown of Indianapolis, Ind., they heard ‘Bad’ on the radio for the first time. The two broke out in laughter.
Tiara Thomas' feature on Wale's single, 'Bad,' provided a boost to her career. The singer's business with the rapper didn't last long though, as she decided to instead sign under Interscope through songwriter Rico Love's Division1 imprint -- Wale allegedly left Interscope after his 'Attention Deficit' debut didn't perform up to expectations. The songstress stopped by Hot 97 to talk with Laura Styl
In business, loyalty is never certain as people sometimes take opportunities that work best for them in the moment. Tiara Thomas, who wrote Wale's current hit 'Bad,' recently signed to Division1/Interscope Records. The rapper was a bit disappointed in the move and admitted he was a "causality of the game" as a result.
Tiara Thomas was only a college student at Ball State University when she first met Wale and Le’Greg O. Harrison at the rapper’s show in 2009.
After giving them her demo that night, she was surprised to find out that she would soon have the opportunity to open for the ‘Lotus Flower Bomb’ rapper...