Contemporary R&B vocalist Natasha Mosley, like stylistic predecessors Monica and Ciara, came out of the state of Georgia, specifically Atlanta. The singer released some confident singles, including “Tattoo” (a version of which featured Tyga), before she reached Billboard’s R&B chart the first time, as a guest artist on Jeremih‘s explicitly carnal 2013 single “All the Time.” After Mosley added to her discography with appearances on Young Dro‘s High Times and more independently released solo tracks, she issued Rose Hall, her debut album, in 2015. The 17-track set included collaborations with K.E. on the Track and fellow ATL natives Zaytoven and FKi.