Taylor Monét Parks, better known as “Tayla Parx,” is an American actor, singer, and songwriter. She is known for her contributions as a songwriter of the ‘Billboard Hot 100’ top 10 singles ‘High Hopes’ by ‘Panic! at the Disco,’ ‘Thank U, Next’ by Ariana Grande, and ‘Love Lies’ by Khalid and Normani. She was signed under the American music publishing company ‘Warner Chappell Publishing,’ by Jon Platt. Over the years, she has contributed as a songwriter for albums of artists such as Khalid, Ariana Grande, Mariah Carey, and Jennifer Lopez and for bands such as ‘Fifth Harmony’ and ‘Panic! at the Disco.’ She has also forayed into the music industry as a singer with the mixtape ‘Tayla Made,’ and her debut studio album, ‘We Need to Talk.’ The latter included tracks such as ‘I Want You,’ ‘Slow Dancing,’ and ‘Me vs. Us.’ She has also appeared in films such as ‘Hairspray’ and in TV series such as ‘Gilmore Girls’ and ‘True Jackson, VP.’ She has also voiced ‘Alvin "AJ" Jr.’ in the episodic adventure video game ‘The Walking Dead: The Final Season’ and has been lending her voice to various characters in the ‘Sims Olympus’ video games.
“For What It’s Worth,” the new song from Grammy-nominated songwriter, singer, actress and businesswoman Tayla Parx, premieres today. Of the track, Parx says, “A lot of times—when single and in relationships—we forget to have fun. We don’t have to know where it’s going to go or how we’ll get there but this song is all about enjoying the process.” Listen to the song HERE.
“Flowers,” the new song from Grammy-nominated songwriter, singer, actress and businesswoman Tayla Parx, debuts today via her own TaylaMade Records; listen to the track HERE. Stay tuned for more to come soon, as she is currently working on a new project. “‘Flowers’ is about living your life in the...
Taylor Monét Parks, better known as Tayla Parx, has written songs for some of the biggest names in the music business—Ariana Grande, Justin Bieber, John Legend, and more—and earned two Grammy nominations for her songwriting work. In 2018 alone, three songs that she cowrote—“Love Lies,” by Khalid & Normani; “Thank U, Next,” by Ariana Grande; and “High Hopes,” by Panic! at the Disco—were in the Billboard Hot 100 Top 10. She’s also a popular solo artist, with two full-length albums under her belt. Her latest single, “Rich,” debuted on April 29, and is the first track she’s released as an independent artist. Here, the 28-year-old former child actor, who starred in the 2007 movie musical Hairspray, discusses her approach to songwriting for the world’s top acts, mentoring a new generation, and her return to acting.
2022 GRAMMY nominees and Recording Academy Los Angeles Chapter members celebrated each other's company at the lively, vibe-filled industry event. Smiles were ear-to-ear and the fashion was an 11 out of 10 this past Saturday, as some of the brightest young stars and music industry professionals gathered in the sun-filled Spring Place in Beverly Hills for the Recording Academy Los Angeles Chapter's 2022 GRAMMY Nominee Celebration.