Tiny Harris had the support of her husband, T.I., and kids at the R&B Experience Atlanta Holiday Edition. The concert was held at the State Farm Arena and featured Bobby Brown and others on the stage.


“Atlanta, I’m home,” Bobby Brown told the crowd. The legendary singer rendered a spectacular performance, which included ‘My Perogative.’ Xscape also brought down the house with their segment.

Heiress Harris joined her mom and Tiny’s fellow Xscape members behind the scenes and onstage. Many jokingly suggested she replace LaTocha Scott as an Xscape member. “It’s them replacing LaTocha with Heiress and I’m here for it,” one social media follower declared. “Little star in the making,” another fan said of Tiny’s youngest daughter. “Baby girl has vocals.”

It is no surprise that Heiress Harris has vocals that impress the masses. Many recognized the gift in T.I. and Tiny’s daughter several months ago when Heiress sang The Birthday Song for her older brother, Domani. Little Heiress was serious about her performance and gained the hearts of many with her passion.

Tiny and the members of Xscape could definitely give Heiress a few pointers if the youngster indeed decides to pursue a career in show business. Xscape was a major hit during the ‘90s before the group disbanded.

“When we came into the business, we were learning, our parents were learning, and … we were young,” Tamika said during a recent interview. “We had to figure out a lot through trial and error,” the singer shared.

Trial and error included a bit of public scandal that Kandi and LaTocha mended before reuniting a few years ago.
“The issue between Kandi and I came after the group had already broken up,” Tocha shared during a recent interview. “Once she and I got a chance to finally sit down as women to squash any beef that we had with one another, we realized continuing our legacy was bigger and more important than any problems we went through.”

Heiress Harris is one of seven kids Tiny Harris parents with T.I. Xscape continues to make appearances at various awards shows and concerts.

Photo: Freddy-O



Sarie is a writer and editor for BCK's Los Angeles division. She also shares stories on Medium that are meant to encourage thought and discussion. You can catch her outside enjoying nature and classical literature. Pop culture is pretty fun, too!

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