Taylor Girlz is an American and Malagasy rap-dance-r&b musical duo consisting of two sister rappers Daysha Taylor (born December 25, 1995 age 23) and Ti Taylor (born August 7, 1998, in Atlanta age 21). The Taylor sisters were inspired by their father's rapping to develop their own rhymes.  Now a full-fledged girl group, they first gained popularity in 2015 with their "Woozie" dance video. 


In 2016 they released two singles produced by Bolo Da Producer (Silentó of "Watch Me l(Whip/Nae Nae)" fame), "Steal Her Man" and "Wedgie," both featuring third Taylor sister Trinity Taylor. They became hugely popular viral dance challenges, bringing the duo to prominence and a record deal with RCA Records.


The "Steal Her Man" challenge video received over 33 million YouTube views, the "Wedgie" video over 13 million. "Steal Her Man" hit No. 1 on Billboard's Bubbling Under R&B/Hip-Hop Chart, and the group appeared on Pandora Radio's Trendsetters Chart in November 2016. The two dance singles have received a combined 70 million streams on SpotifyApple Music, and Vevo.