Born as Tameka Cottle-Pope has an estimated net worth of $3 million. Cottle joined the R&B quartet Xscape back in 1992 while she was attending the Tri-Cities Performing Arts High School. The said group was later on discovered by producer Jermaine Dupri
and immediately signed the group under his label So So Def. Tameka eventually took the nickname “Tiny” because of her small stature, standing only 4’11”. The group was able to get three of the band’s platinum albums thanks to her contribution: Hummin’ Comin’ at ‘Cha, Off the Hook as well as Traces of My Lipstick. Cottle was awarded two Soul Train Music Awards for Best New R&B Artist and also Best R&B Album plus the A-Town Music Award for Best Duo/Group. This petite artist was also the lead vocals on the group’s songs: “Understanding”, “Do You Want To?”, “All I Need”, “Love’s a Funny Thing”, and also “Am I Dreamin’”. The group disbanded after the release of their third album Traces of My Lipstick. In 1999, Cottle and fellow band member Kandi Burruss were honoured with a Grammy Award for Best R&B Song for the TLC’s hit single “No Scrubs.” June 2009 was a huge year for Cottle because a reality series Tiny and Toya made its debut on BET.
As of 2010 Harris married American rapper, record producer, actor, and entrepreneur Clifford Joseph Harris, Jr. better know publicly as T.I.
The couple have two sons together Clifford "King" Joseph Harris II, born August 25, 2004 and Major Philant Harris born May 16, 2008. Harris is stepmother to three children of her husband's from ex-girlfriends.