Trust me; it's more than her anthem-like all points bulletin "How to Make a Girl Feel" that will have most men standing at attention. It might have something to do with her subtle sex appeal, like the way her tight waist moves perfectly in a pair of designer jeans. Roc A Fella Records newly crowned princess, Teairra Mari, is definitely fly enough for a double take. But don't stare too hard, she's only 17.
It's hard, with those coy, 'don't let the age fool you', brown eyes but I suggest taking a picture and putting her on your wish list, because this forbidden fruit is definitely mouth watering. She would have to be, after all she was hand picked by Jay-Z himself, and he's won Grammy's simply for his taste in women.
On our first date... er, meeting, I was tempted as I sat across from Detroit's newest R&B hot girl. Her presence revealed just enough attitude and femininity to push all the right buttons on things that for the time being should just stay buttoned.
MFOnline: So on this new song of yours, you ask, "Are there any boys around that know how to make a girl feel good?" Has your prince charming surfaced yet?
Teairaa Mari: No not yet, I'm still single.
MF: But if someone were man enough to try to step to plate, how does one impress the "Princess of the Roc"?
TM: Just be you. I can hold my own so I don't need to be impressed with material items.
MF: What kind of guy turns your head?
TM: I like bad boys; I always have... someone with a little edge.
MF: Then it must have been a bad boy who was the inspiration for your music?
TM: Yea, I was in the studio and we were supposed to be writing a song about partying but I was going through it at the time with a guy I was talking to. I kept looking at my phone, wondering why he didn't call and complaining. That's how it all came together.
MF: And you still prefer bad boys?
TM: Yea, nobody raunchy but definitely no one sugar coated.
MF: So no book worms for you?
TM: Well, no.
MF: That makes sense, because you're publicly surrounded by some pretty intimidating guys. Are they like your bodyguards or big brothers?
TM: Like big brothers. They are over protective knowing that I can hold my own.
MF: Do you feel pressure as the lone female?
TM: I do, but it challenges me to be better, to work harder.
MF: So you're up for the job?
TM: Of course! (she giggles)
MF: Switching gears, let's play a game. Tell me which do you prefer, polish or perfume?
MF: Open toed shoes or cleavage?
TM: Open toes.
MF: Pant or Skirts?
MF: Tattoos or Piercing?
TM: Piercing, because I have I belly ring.
MF: Massages or Kisses?
MF: Touch or tongue?
You don't think we would really go there - you dirty MF'ers... she's only 17!