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Gyrlz Society was an American girl group comprising four members: Amy Correa, Melissa Tessmer, Tynisha Keli, and Katy Scanlan. League, Tha Cornaboyz, Robin Thicke, and Rico Love.
The group released one single, the group's only song "Respect Me", along with a Double "D" Mix, which was produced by Damon Jones in 2002 under MCA Records. The album was recorded from 2006 to 2008, and was released in Japan in early 2009.
Tynisha Keli Soares (born July 28, 1985), known by her stage name Tynisha Keli, is an American R&B and pop singer-songwriter, who has seen her greatest success in Japan.
She is best known for the single "I Wish You Loved Me" which was written by Rico Love and produced by Tha Corna Boyz.
Soon he landed her a gig at the Strand Theatre in Boston, where she performed 'Never Can Say Goodbye', the Jackson 5 classic, in front of an all-black audience.
She moved to Los Angeles a year later and landed a spot in a pop girl group, Gyrlz Society.
After the release of "Inhale Exhale", Keli announced the second single "Romeo and Juliet", which was released on September 15, 2015.
The album peaked at number thirty-six on the Japanese Albums Chart.
She formerly worked with Don Destin, who produced her single "Inhale Exhale" and released the musical composition with Destin's label DDP Music Group, Team Mashn Entertainment, which are distributed by INgrooves to release her musical endeavors.
Later on, it was announced that Keli was working on an album instead of a mixtape.
She is not currently signed to a label and is working on her third album. She has two brothers, Timothy, and Tazmyn Michael Soares (June 23, 1989 - December 21, 2007), and a sister, Tay'le Rudolph (born 1992). She moved to Los Angeles, where she lived for seven years before moving to Atlanta.
Tynisha Keli Soares was born in New Bedford, Massachusetts, the daughter of Timothy Soares (died 1986) and Elisa Smith Soares. Her brother Tazmyn was killed in Boston in December 2007; he was 18 years old.
In 1999, Keli met Scott Ross (alias Scottie Gee), a former member of the platinum hip-hop group Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch, who agreed to assist her career.