Initially from North Carolina, Ty’Liyah Monroe, also known as “the Tatted Goddess” because of her 132 tattoos, is a music artist who’s working towards becoming a household name.
“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.
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.”
As she treads the path to success, she reminds herself of the values of consistency and versatility that can help her realize her goals efficiently while staying true to her authentic self.
Better Through Consistency
Consistency has kept Ty’Liyah motivated to keep going no matter how hard things may seem for her.
“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.
It is through consistency that she can also help herself become bigger and better as a person and as an artist.
The female music artist added that doing research and having a good support system and a unique way of doing things to keep everything entertaining and never leaving her fans or audiences bored has helped her reach the levels of success that she enjoys now.
She is currently investing her time and effort in her music career as she determinedly works on her EP and newest single titled “phatty.”
Another value that Ty’Liyah considers important is versatility. In a demanding world, she needs to know how to adapt to her environment and survive. But Ty’Liyah wants to do more than just survive.
To show others that can conquer the music industry while pursuing other ventures, she started the fashion brand Versetël.
Versetël offers products that provide comfort to its wearers without having to sacrifice style as it comes in a range of colors, a nod towards Ty’Liyah’s ability to adapt like a chameleon.
“I consider myself a chameleon and I am versatile (Versetël),” she said.
Ty’Liyah is also determined to grow her brand, as her career as a music artist, which is why she creates significant connections by networking with other successful entrepreneurs.
For more information, visit www.tyliyahmonroe.com.