PITCHFORK WHAT'S GOOD PLAYLIST X TT THE ARTIST PAYROLL

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“What’s Good” is Pitchfork’s new weekly playlist, curated by Pitchfork Founder and Editor-in-Chief Ryan Schreiber, bringing you highlights from new releases across all genres. It’s updated every Tuesday on Spotify and Apple Music with new songs released over the course of the previous weeks. This week features Future, Nef the Pharaoh and 03 Greedo, Mac Miller, Channel Tres, TT the Artist, Young M.A, Laurel Halo, Big Red Machine (aka Justin Vernon and Aaron Dessner), Chastity, and more. Listen below.

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UNDERARMOUR X HOME COURT BALTIMORE FEATURING TT THE ARTIST

Baltimore Club Music has been a fixture in the DMV area since the late 1980s. Sarunas Jackson meets up with Blaqstarr, a local Baltimore rapper, producer, and DJ that popularized the Baltimore sound in the early 2000s. He talks about the inspiration and drive behind his music. Rising artists, Bondstreet District and TT The Artist, are carving out their own lane within the city while staying true to the sounds of house music and hip-hop that have made Baltimore Club Music so special. Follow Under Armour Basketball For More Instagram: instagram.com/uabasketball Twitter: twitter.com/uabasketball Facebook: facebook.com/uabasketball

TT THE ARTIST OPENS UP FOR KALI UCHIS AT RAMS HEAD LIVE!

TT The Artist and special guests Mighty Mark, Tsu Dance Crew and Marquis Clanton deliver a high energy performance for Kali Uchis tour stop at Rams Head Live! in Baltimore. Follow @tttheartist @iamightymark @tsu_dancecrew @Marquisclanton www.tttheartist.com

DAILY BEAT X TT THE ARTIST X NYC BASS COLLECTIVE

oday, the official music video for “Make it Clap” by Monikkr and Beat Kitty featuring TT The Artist, has been released to the public. The video was directed by Bridget Moriarty of the collective production company called The Good People of NYC, produced by Anthony Fonseca & Amanda Bociek of NYC Bass Collective and shot by DP Blaine Dunkley. This dark yet seductive video compliments the booty bass track in such a way that leaves the viewer feeling like they just awoke from a trippy nightmare.

The video begins with the squad gathering around TT in an eerie basement for a ouija board séance that quickly turns into one of the members becoming possessed by a sexy, glow in the dark Aztec warrior accompanied by a crew of alluring dancers. From there, it can’t help but turn into a blacklight, booty-clapping party. Choreographer Robert McBay perfectly captures the essence of the video with his perfected dance moves.

The amount of hard work, energy, and talent that was put into producing this was incredible. It truly goes to show what can be done with little to no budget and a handful of badass artists willing to create something together in the name of fun and love,” Beat Kitty.

click link to read full story: http://daily-beat.com/tt-the-artist-monikkr-and-beat-kitty-release-music-video-for-make-it-clap/

NYC BASS COLLECTIVE X TT THE ARTIST "MAKE IT CLAP" OFFICIAL VIDEO

Directed by: Bridget Moriarty https://vimeo.com/bmoriarty Produced by: Anthony Fonseca & Amanda Bociek DP: Blaine Dunkley https://www.blainedunkley.com/ AC: Marfa Prokhorova AD: Alex Augustyniak Art Department: Erin Joenk Editing: Bridget Moriarty, Maxwell Cohn & Kyle Moriarty Choreography: Robby McBay Dancers: Akil Apollo Davis, Ellie Bongiorno, Nathalie Delgado & Carly Harper UV Body Paint: Michael Trotter & @Kristen Jaskela Hair & Make Up: ARCO New York Gary Levin & Maati Minnie Lovell Daniel Canestaro-Garcia, Amy Hope, Mad Mike Bonafede, Adam Courtney Shot on location at: The Keep NYC

TT THE ARTIST X UNIIQU3X HEADLINES SWAGGER LIKE US X NARK MAGAZINE X AlTERNATIVE PRIDE

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On June 22, 2018 Swagger Like Us, San Francisco's hip-hop and club music queer rage is heading to Seattle's Neumos for an epic Alternative Pride weekend event. Featuring Baltimore rapper TT the Artists, Jersey Club Queen Uniiqu3, resident DJ davOmakesbeats, resident DJ Jibbz, Seattle's very own DJ Toya B., host Kelly Lovemonster + more. Expect an evening of sweat dripping, booty poppin' beats and the finest queer babes!

Click link for tickets https://www.ticketfly.com/event/1696738/ 

tickets on sale starting Friday May 11, 2018 

STATUS MAGAZINE X TT THE ARTIST FEATURE

 Popping colors that groove with every drop of her verses and moves,  TT THE ARTIST embodies her title as “Queen of The Beat.”  Baltimore-based singer, rapper, and producer Tedra Wilson, known as TT The Artist, is busting the streets with every shade in the color spectrum that graced her hair. Producing a collage of Baltimore club, Miami bass, electronic dance music, and party-rap, her music is an artistic bubble bursting all things hip and cool. Like a street artist that tags their signature on walls, her music leaves a mark in your brain on first listen.  Raised in a strict environment as a kid, she created TT the Artist as her image of a strong, independent woman capable of situations that she was vulnerable to. Growing up in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, she was culturally inspired by the music that was present at her time, varying from Miami Bass, Southern hip hop, and ‘90s dance music. Her moniker is more than just a title but a devotion. She exhibits her high regard for women, most especially in the hip-hop scene. With songs like “Fly Girl” paving the way for new female artists like Colada to enter the music industry, TT the Artist is a party that won’t stop till she drops.  CLICK LINK TO READ FULL INTERVIEW  http://statusmagonline.com/features/tt-the-artist-interview-may-2018/

Popping colors that groove with every drop of her verses and moves, TT THE ARTISTembodies her title as “Queen of The Beat.”

Baltimore-based singer, rapper, and producer Tedra Wilson, known as TT The Artist, is busting the streets with every shade in the color spectrum that graced her hair. Producing a collage of Baltimore club, Miami bass, electronic dance music, and party-rap, her music is an artistic bubble bursting all things hip and cool. Like a street artist that tags their signature on walls, her music leaves a mark in your brain on first listen.

Raised in a strict environment as a kid, she created TT the Artist as her image of a strong, independent woman capable of situations that she was vulnerable to. Growing up in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, she was culturally inspired by the music that was present at her time, varying from Miami Bass, Southern hip hop, and ‘90s dance music. Her moniker is more than just a title but a devotion. She exhibits her high regard for women, most especially in the hip-hop scene. With songs like “Fly Girl” paving the way for new female artists like Colada to enter the music industry, TT the Artist is a party that won’t stop till she drops.

CLICK LINK TO READ FULL INTERVIEW http://statusmagonline.com/features/tt-the-artist-interview-may-2018/

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photo by E Brady Robinson

DASH RADIO X TT THE ARTIST CLUB QUEEN RECORDS LAUNCH

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DASH radio x Future Factory presents Club Queen Records featuring guests : TT The Artist, Uniiqu3, Mighty Mark & Audra The Rapper Interview live-streaming Weds 5/2 via the FutureFactoryHQ Facebook page at 7:30pm PT

Full Interview will also air Friday 5/4 on Dash Radio’s Discover channel 8pm PT

Hosted by @silvaofficialmusic @dashradio #FutureFactoryHQ @autografmusic @certifiedgrp @arntrela

WORLD PREMIERE TT THE ARTIST DARK CITY BENEATH THE BEAT TRAILER X BALTIMORE MAGAZINE INTERVIEW

Baltimore Club queen TT The Artist has released the trailer for her much-anticipated documentary, Dark City: Beneath the Beat. The film tells the story of Baltimore through its hometown music genre, locally known as Bmore Club, and features some of the city's notable movers-and-shakers, like DDm, Eze Jackson, Rufus Roundtree, and the TSU Dance Crew to name a few. We talked with TT about her initiation to club music, the film’s importance, and her dreams of giving it a big-bang Baltimore premiere in spring 2019.

Click link to read full story:

http://www.baltimoremagazine.com/2018/4/20/tt-the-artist-debuts-trailer-for-dark-city-beneath-the-beat

 

THE SHAKE OFF: SWEAT EDITION X DARK CITY BENEATH THE BEAT TRAILER PREVIEW

Dark City Beneath The Beat Preview Trailer Screening Press Release

Get ready to dance your pants off and sweat at The Shake Off : Sweat Edition, a Baltimore club and hip hop dance party and live filming of Dark City Beneath The Beat and musical Documentary.

 

Event Details:

 

Featured Artists: Blaqstarr, TT The Artist, DJ Juwan, Mello, Ducky Dynamo, TSU Dance Crew, Bmore Than Dance, Phizzals, Juli Fosforo

Preview Trailer Screening:  Get a sneak peak of the feature film in the making, Dark City Beneath The Beat, a musical documentary about the rising Baltimore club dance and music culture. Come out and meet some of the featured artists and dancers from the film.

 

Dress Attire: Ready to sweat attire, casual

Powered by: The Gold Room  and Dark City Bmore

Supported by:  Red Bull // Rubys Artist Project Grant //  Saul Zaentz Fund // The Gold Room Music and Media Studio

@goldroom410 @darkcitybmore @tttheartist

Admission : 21 + with proper ID Free with RSVP $5 at Door

RSVP Link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-shake-off-sweat-edition-tickets-44657497778

 

FILMING IN PROGRESS DISCLAIMER:

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