In 2008, under the name Tanya T6, she released a mixtape for fans, titled “Move Over Paris Hilton, There’s a New It Girl”, hosted by New York’s POWER 105.1’s DJ Suss One”. From the mixtape, she released “Work My Body” which premiered on the DJ Wrexx show on WZMX Hartford’s Hot 93.7 and quickly flooded the digital world, which led to calls and request from across the nation and the globe. Stemming from the momentum that she had created with her first single, she began remixing popular songs and sending them out via a weekly email blast to all the major DJ’s across the world. Before long, DJ’s began contacting her on a daily basis requesting her latest and greatest remixes which eventually helped brand her as the “R&B Remix Queen”. To follow, she released her official follow-up single called “Swag Boy” which hit radio airwaves nationally and internationally, adding to her having over 30 songs tracked and accumulating radio spins.
In 2009, while searching YouTube videos, Ron Hunter, a former Lifestyle and Marketing Rep for KOCH Records, clicked on one of her videos. Impressed with what he saw, Hunter contacted her. Months after the two met, the single “Get it Off” was released and quickly followed up with the remix featuring Young Money’s “Jae Millz”.