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|Birth name||Latia Lindley|
|Born||July 22, 1988|
Chicago, Illinois, United States
|Genres||Hip hop, R&B|
|Labels||Nothing But Dope LLC Universal|
|Associated acts||The Legendary Traxster, Twista|
Latia Lindley (born July 22, 1988), better known by her stage name Tia London, is an American singer-songwriter and rapper from Chicago, Illinois.
She is most known from her feature on Twista's "It's Yours" single from his 2014 Dark Horse album. She also appeared on the song "2012" from his 2010 album The Perfect Storm .
She was signed by The Legendary Traxster in 2010. She has released two full length projects, Love Junkie (2011) and The Overdose (2012), and many singles. In 2016 she released 30 songs plus an entire album "2:44 am".
In 2017 Tia & her husband The Legendary Traxster started a new label Nothing But Dope. That same month they signed a deal with Priority Records. She has released several singles under the Nothing But Dope/Priority Imprint and a Self Titled Album "Tia London". Tia London is one half of the Hip Hop duo House Lindley which is composed of her and her husband The Legendary Traxster.
In early 2015, she married musical collaborator and producer The Legendary Traxster and had their first child, a son Akai King in July 2015. Named after the Akai MPC that Traxster has used throughout his career.
"Can't Let Go"
"In This Lifetime"
Tia London (Produced Entirely by The Legendary Traxster)
"She Gone Get It"
"Nothing But Dope" The Legendary Traxster Featuring Tia London
"So Many Reasons"
2:44 am (Produced Entirely by The Legendary Traxster)
Love Junkie (Produced Entirely by The Legendary Traxster)
Twista Featuring Tia London "2012" (The Perfect Storm)
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