Tameka “Tiny” Harris, from R&B group Xscape, is leaving the internet speechless with her sultry fashion choices and eye-grabbing looks.
The “All About Me” singer hit the stage at City Winery in Atlanta on Wednesday as the finale act of “Majic After Dark,” and, needless to say, she looked better than ever.
Harris flaunted her bodacious curves in a black bustier top with skintight black latex pants, a cropped leather moto jacket adorned with sequins, and thigh-high boots. She jazzed up her all black ensemble with a pair of waist beads and diamond studded earrings.
The “I F–kin Luv U” artist ditched her signature blond tresses and opted for a black shoulder-length hairdo with a deep side-part bang. Her makeup included a dramatic eyelash and vivid red lipstick.
Although Harris has yet to upload the alluring photo of herself to Instagram, her fashion stylist “No IG Jeremy” did Wednesday night and wrote in his caption, “I f–king ❤️@majorgirl.”
Several fans flooded his post with comments raving over the 44-year-old mother’s sexy look.
“So Sexy, Sassy, Classy 💕🔥 🙌🏾 @majorgirl omg she looks so pretty”
“That’s my fav boss right there yesss killed it Queen 👑😍😘❤️ @majorgirl”
“That black hair looks amazing on her! Shes so pretty to me! This Jacket is everything 🔥”
“Find fine 💁🏽♀️😍 come through Tiny i love her music too!”
The R&B artist clearly has been focused on her music career as of lately.
After being a songwriter and singer with group Xscape for more than 25 years, she’s decided to branch off on her own and work on her first solo project. In August, she announced that she would be releasing her music video for her single “I F–kin Love U.”
“Had fun shooting this video to my single #IFuknLoveU out on all digital platforms,” she wrote via Instagram on August 8. “It took forever to do but it’s still coming!!”
The singer released her song in May and finished her EP. During a listening party in April, she explained why she wanted to release her solo project.
“Sometimes its harder to branch out from what they [the fans] know,” she said. “I thought, maybe if I create something different with this new music, maybe they’ll get into it.”