ABOut me.

I am a feisty pop dance artist, radiantly writing my own story with my versatile creativity, fierce “go big or go home” attitude, unapologetic uniqueness and resiliency. I don’t stop at music alone. In fact, my visual art is just as important to me as my music. My artistry stems from singing, songwriting, dance, choreography, gymnastics, martial arts, costume design and comic book writing. My theatrical and dramatic shows are highly dance driven and I love to involve themes like superheroism, female empowerment, conquering challenges, never giving up and evolution of life. Oh, and I am a rhinestone fanatic meaning I can not live without my bedazzler!

    My music increases vibes of strength and confidence in yourself to embrace and discover your uniqueness, talents and importance in this world by reigniting that inner fire that encourages to fight for your dreams at any stage of life. My various arts combined open the senses to experience a compelling fantasy world that is intended to help you to step away from the hustle and bustle of everyday realities of life and into a new, undiscovered, magical world of anything goes as long as you can imagine it!

    I am currently writing my unreleased anime comic book story. It intertwines my real life with a fictional fantasy world in which I become a pharmacist by day and a superhero vigilante by night. My stage name stems from my side career, a Tennessee board licensed pharmacist. And Whalaa! you get, “TayloRx”.  Pharmacy and chemistry intrigues me because it’s real, it is tangible and it works with the basic building blocks of life itself. It’s use can be extremely impactful and powerful. I got into pharmacy to improve the quality of life of my surrounding community.  I think that’s where the superhero vigilante part  of me comes to play in my comic book. Also, I love the history of pharmacy and alchemy and how it was originally considered a kind of sorcery or magical healing in ancient civilizations, so I love to incorporate those aspects of “magic” or fantasy in my stories.

    “Growing up, I was very physically active.  I was a competitive gymnast and dancer and I had recorded 2 albums by the time i was 13 so all of my time went to those art forms.  But I would love watching Bruce Lee movies and stories like “Buffy the Vampire slayer” because I loved the heroism concepts and the art of feeling inner confidence, control, selflessness, wisdom and bravery.  So as an adult, I recently took up Jeet Kune Do. Like dance and gymnastics,  martial arts is an expression of the human body.  It teaches discipline, confidence, adaptation, how to react, thrive and evolve.  I love that it can encourage women to discover our capableness as human beings regardless of our size and strength. Besides, you just never know when you’re gonna need to kick someone’s ass in a moment of real trouble. I’ve got a mean round house kick.

    Working in the healthcare field versus a music entrepreneur career has been a struggle for me to juggle.  When I was diagnosed with melanoma in 2014 I realized I had to stop waiting for the “right time” to really commit to accomplishing my dreams.  I’m now cancer free and I’m taking Nike’s advice. “Just do it!” Whatever battle someone may be going through, I hope to encourage them to act upon positive changes in their lives. 

    I released a full electro pop dance album entitled “No filter” in 2016 followed by multiple singles and music videos including my most recent single,“Basics”. I’ve had the privilege of my music video, “Fire” being played in fitness gyms across the nation and in 2017,  “No Touchy” hit #1 on New music Weekly’s AC/HotAC radio chart format, #7 Hot 100 format and #32 Top 40 format. I was honored with the acceptance of Pop/Contemporary Entertainer of the Year at the annual Josie Music Awards 2017 and I am a proud Recording Academy Grammy voting member. My recent performances include this year’s International Women’s Day Event at the Parthenon in Nashville,TN as well as 615ed FEST. Stay tuned, I am currently planning music and video releases for 2019 as well as a launch for the Taylor X-“Origins” anime series. 

    I feel like a progressive force to be reckoned with and the fighter in me is determined to break every boundary doing all those things I would regret not doing at the end of my life. Dare to dream! This is the way of the “X”.


Charlie Feldman-BMI- Vice President New York: 

"Taylor X is a real contender- she has a great voice, knows how to write strong songs, she is a hard worker with a lot of passion!!!"

Bernard Porter-PCG Universal CEO/Founder:

"Taylor X envelopes the raw talent, the work ethic and the creative vision to succeed in today's music industry."

Shane Sparks- Choreographer (“You got Served” /SYTYCD/America’s Best Dance Crew)

"Taylor X is one of the hardest working females in the industry today. She sings, dances, and writes, something you don't see in artist's today. Her drive is inspirational. It made me want to work harder. Financing her own projects shows her dedication and confidence in herself. Any label, manager or corporation would be very happy to have her on their team. Taylor is the Future!"

Robert Williams- WBA Entertainment CEO:

"Taylor X comes to the music scene with a hip,current and provocative show and style , all delivered with quality and class."

James Zumwalt- Entertainment Senior Partner Attorney at Zumwalt,Alman & Hayes PLLC:

"Taylor X has developed a completely unique live entertainment persona and that closest I could make in comparison would be Lady Gaga.  She is destined for fame and fortune. I enjoyed listening to Taylor X's new music.  Her sound is certainly very contemporary in pop and EMD culture.  She’s obviously been working very hard.  Congratulations to Taylor X."