And The Hits Just Didn’t Keep Coming: 15 Female Artists Whose Music Careers Didn’t Take Off

Tynisha Keli

Tynisha Keli

Tynisha Keli’s R&B music has a very raw emotional vibe. She’s got a street personality that is not often seen among Caucasian singers. Her most popular tune “I Wished You Loved Me” was her only track to chart in the US.  The tiny-voiced singer has been bubbling on the underground music scene for the last 5 years and has been a big success in Japan where her 2 albums were released, but mainstream success has thus far eluded her.

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  1. says:

    christiana debarge, tweet, christina milian

  2. says:

    I didn’t know Tynisha started making music professionally. I remember her from Myspace. Didn’t know Tiffany Evans got married or had a baby. I’d like to add Megan Rochell.

  3. says:

    Cheri Dennis, Teairra Mari, Toya.

  4. says:

    “Passed” her image? Who proofreads these articles? Someone who writes for a living should know the difference between “passed” and “past.”

  5. says:

    That’s too bad, because she’s gorgeous. Strange, because I think Jennifer Lopez is not that good of a singer, but she’s had huge success. It’s weird.

  6. says:

    Never heard of any of these chicks

  7. says:

    their only talent is between their legs.

  8. says:

    another one that gets what she wants with what she sits on…

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