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Yoonmirae

About Yoonmirae

Born in Fort Hood, Texas, Natasha Shanta Reid, also known by her Korean name Yoonmirae, is a South Korean rapper and singer born to Thomas J. Reid, a black American father and a Korean mother.

She was formerly of the Korean hip hop crew The Movement and is currently a member of MFBTY.

Yoonmirae’s name has been synonymous with the Korean hip-hop genre for almost two decades. She debuted in 1997 as part of hip-hop/R&B group, Uptown; her sound was so unique as a rapper and vocalist that she soon arose as the group’s star. In 1999, Yoon began her singing career as a member of duo Tashannie with singer Annie, but disbanded the following year. In 2001, the year the Korea was introduced to mainstream hip-hop, Yoonmirae’s popularity played a major role in road-paving to other rappers. The same year, Mirae debuted under the pseudonym “T” (“Tasha”), releasing four consecutive albums.

Mirae’s early road to success was not easy. She received racial criticism as a half-African American. Her musical talent was undermined by her facial appearance: her hair, her skin tone, and her curves. She later addressed this issue through her 2007 single, “Black Happiness” while celebrating her visual African features lyrically.

As a woman of color, mother, and most recently, CEO with her husband Drunken Tiger JK at label Feel Ghood Music, Mirae is seen as a role model for Korea’s evolving generation of leading women.