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She was known by her childhood nickname Tina  before taking the stage name Teena Marie and later acquired the nickname Lady Tee sometimes spelled Lady T , given to her by her collaborator and friend, Rick James. She was known for her distinctive soprano vocals,    which caused many listeners to believe she was black. She played rhythm guitar , keyboards , and congas , and wrote, produced, sang, and arranged virtually all of her songs since her release, Irons in the Fire , which she later said was her favorite album. She spent her early childhood in Mission Hills , California. She also developed a fondness for singing Motown songs, and her self-professed "gift from God" [ citation needed ] would become fine-tuned as the years progressed. When she was eight years old, her parents began sending Teena on auditions which, among other things, netted her an acting role on The Beverly Hillbillies , credited as Tina Marie Brockert. In the early s, after the family moved to Venice, Los Angeles , Brockert spent her adolescent years in the historically black Venice enclave of Oakwood, nicknamed "Venice Harlem". There, she would acquire a strong spiritual influence from neighborhood matriarch Berthalynn Jackson, a black woman who would become her godmother. Following graduation, Brockert juggled auditioning for various record companies with studying English Literature at Santa Monica College.
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Marie grew up in west Los Angeles in a neighborhood that was nicknamed "Venice Harlem" because of its heavy black population. It was at Motown that she met her mentor and paramour-to-be, Rick James , who ended up doing all of the writing and producing for her debut album of , Wild and Peaceful. That LP, which boasted her hit duet with James , "I'm Just a Sucker for Your Love," didn't show Marie 's picture -- so many programmers at black radio just assumed she was black. By her third album, 's gold Irons in the Fire , Marie was doing most of her own writing and producing. It Must Be Magic turned out to be her last album for Motown, which she had a nasty legal battle with. Marie got out of her contract with Motown, and the case ended up with the courts passing what is known as "The Teena Marie Law" -- which states that a label cannot keep an artist under contract without putting out an album by him or her. Unfortunately, Marie 's popularity had faded considerably by the late '80s, and Epic dropped her.