Naz Tokio

Delivering a stylish mix of pop, rap, and dance in the 2010s, singer/songwriter Naz Tokio collaborated with artists including Cee Lo Green and Iggy Azalea before coming to greater pop culture prominence in 2018 on the reality TV show Ashlee + Evan. Tokio surfaced in the early 2010s, performing on songs including the 2012 Azalea and Pusha T collaboration "Runway" and that year's "Dirty Dance," which also featured J. Kap and Kiki. She also appeared on Cee Lo's "Love Gun," which appeared in the 2012 movie One for the Money. Two years later, she worked with Heroes x Villains (aka HXV) on the track "Illusions." One of her biggest successes came in 2015, when "Save Me," a collaboration with Listenbee, went double platinum and peaked at number 36 on Billboard's Hot Dance/Electronic Songs Chart. The following year, Tokio reunited with HXV for the duet "Novocaine" and teamed up with Rilan -- who met Tokio at a songwriting session while he was still in his teens -- for "Blindfolds," which reached number 22 on Billboard's Dance Club Songs Chart. In 2017, Tokio's collaboration with Eric Zayne, "Snow in L.A." appeared on the Daddy's Home 2 soundtrack. In September 2018, Tokio released "Samson," a collaboration with singer/songwriter Lauren Hashian; a few weeks later, she began appearing on Ashlee Simpson and Evan Ross' reality TV series Ashlee + Evan as a close friend of the couple. ~ Heather Phares

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