DANCEON X TT THE ARTIST X DIG OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO

DanceOn presents the world premiere of TT The Artist’s music video to her club hit “Dig” produced by Snappy Jit and remixed by Thunderbird Juicebox and Mighty Mark! #DanceStories Subscribe to DanceOn!►► http://bit.ly/DanceOnYT

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Credits:

Directed, Edited and Produced By: TT The Artist Music Partnerships: Erica Forster, Jason Cienkus

Music: “DIG” by TT The Artist Produced By: Snappy Jit DIG Remix Produced By: Mighty Mark & Thunderbird Juicebox

Filmed By Revolutionary Studios Atl @Revolutionary_StudiosAtl Jamar Jones Six Point Pictures @sixpointpicturessixpointpictures.com Jay Mastermind @jaymastermind Joey Malinski @atbproductions Atbproductions.com Jay Mastermind @jaymastermind bmorepro.com mk bruix @mkbruix Toroes David Thomas Jr and Blayre Pichon @eltoroes @blayre_ Waasi Films Waasifilms.com Trinity Isle Productions @trinityisleproductions

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THUMP x MOLLY HOUSE RECORDS X TT THE ARTIST x SIR JOQ x DAVOMAKESBEATS x KITTY KLAP PREMIERE

Through their Swagger Like Us parties, Bay Area duo davOmakesbeats and Kelly Lovemonster have been helping maintain San Francisco's queer nightlife scene. Looking to give more exposure to their LGBTQ talent beyond the club, davOmakesbeats and Lovemonster have teamed up once more for a new venture, Molly House Records.

On Friday, May 5, Molly House is releasing a new EP, Molly House Volume 1, which features artists including AH-MER-AH-SU, Saturn Rising, Bbymutha, DDM, and Futurehood's Mister Wallace and Kaycee Ortiz. Today, they're sharing a new single off the record, "Kitty Klap" featuring Baltimore scene stalwart TT The Artist and San Francisco choreographer Sir Joq of Vogue & Tone. Over a whiplash-inducing beat (courtesy of davOmakesbeats), TT the Artist delivers sharp but sassy raps followed by a vogue-inspired verse from JoQ.

Sir JoQ tells THUMP over email, "I was excited and nervous when I was asked to be apart of 'Kitty Klap.' I knew that my verse had to be sickening, especially when I found out that TT The Artist was going to be on the track as well. I wanted to bring vogue elements into my lyrics and was pumped that davOmakesbeats was all about it! I'm pretty slick with my words and for some reason I like talking about trade. I think 'Kitty Klap' is going to be a summer banger, and I can't wait to see everyone slay the dancefloor to it."

 

Click link to listen to Kitty Klap via Thump

 

MAGNETIC MAGAZINE X DDOTS X TT THE ARTIST X BAM BAM PREMIERE

D-DOTS is still a relatively new name in the game, but with that, he's quickly caught the eyes and ears of some serious music heavyweights. After his debut EP, he was picked up by turntable legend DJ Shiftee and placed on his label Hot Mom USA, and his subsequent work has seen the support of DiploAnna Lunoe, and Baauer, among others. 

Today we see the artist teaming up with TT the Artist for his latest track "Bam Bam" and we're betting this is about to become a secret weapon of choice for those attending festivals and partying this festival season. The high energy nature of the song, fueled by TT the Artist's fast paced lyrics and D-DOTS' equally manic production style, brings a world of influences together to sound completely original. 

 

Click link to hear "BAM BAM" and read full story 

http://www.magneticmag.com/2017/04/d-dots-shares-with-us-his-guide-through-trinidad-premiere/

LANDR x TT THE ARTIST INTERVIEW

During her lunch breaks in high school, Tedra Wilson started rapping with another girlfriend. “I was inspired by how much respect she would get through using her voice and literally battling all the boys with classic rhymes and freestyles. That is when I realized I wanted to rap.” The early foundations for TT the Artist were laid.

Throughout her years at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, Tedra spent her time hosting live shows and events. After a two year adventure in New York City, she finally settled for Baltimore, the city where she’s been developing her unique sound.

TT the Artist is known for her refreshing attitude, fierce rapping style and powerful confidence. Her sound is heavily influenced by Baltimore club, a breakbeat musical genre that gets a club lit at sky high BPMs. Add Miami bass, hip-hop, 90’s dance, R&B and EDM into the mix and you’ve got TT the Artist. Her art school background shines through the artistic direction on all her releases: bold colors and flawless style.

After several successful EPs, including Queen of the Beat (2016) and Art Royalty (2015) and collaborations with Diplo and Mighty Mark, TT the Artist is exploring a new horizon: beat making.

On Bxrthday—her newest release premiered on Noisey—TT the Artist wrote all the songs and also produced them. Dip into the making-of process of the EP and TT’s musical universe.

Click link to read full Interview  http://blog.landr.com/tt-the-artist-interview/

NOISEY PREMIERE X TT THE ARTIST BXRTHDAY EP

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The club artist uses sounds from Baltimore and Jersey for a fun-filled project.

With the release of her debut album Queen of the Beat last year, TT The Artist has the biggest year of her career. The self-proclaimed new Baltimore Club Queen's 2015 tracks "Lavish" and "Thug it Out" appeared on HBO's hit show Insecure. "Dance to My Beat," a collaboration with French producer Hervè, appeared in an NBA commercial. TT has no plans of letting that momentum fade for 2017, either. 

 

Stream Exclusively and Click link below for full story written by Lawrence Burney story https://noisey.vice.com/en_us/article/party-with-tt-the-artist-on-her-new-bxrthday-ep?utm_source=noiseytwitterus

THE BLACK JOY MIXTAPE X TT THE ARTIST EPISODE 15

  TT The Artist joins Amber (aka the High Priestess of Black Joy) and Jazmine (bka King of da South) two petty AF Black feminists who are determined to get on WorldStarHipHop one way or the other for episode 15 of The Black Joy Mixtape podcast. Each week they overcome fuckboys, Becky, hoteps, and dry skin to spit hot fire on pop culture, politics and worship anything Black women have going on. Stream ep 15 Petty and Winnin below

 

TT The Artist joins Amber (aka the High Priestess of Black Joy) and Jazmine (bka King of da South) two petty AF Black feminists who are determined to get on WorldStarHipHop one way or the other for episode 15 of The Black Joy Mixtape podcast. Each week they overcome fuckboys, Becky, hoteps, and dry skin to spit hot fire on pop culture, politics and worship anything Black women have going on. Stream ep 15 Petty and Winnin below

Press Play: Waasi Films presents 'Waasi Episode 2 TT The Artist Club Queen' Watch an exclusive behind the scenes and day in the life of TT The Artist.

 

 

 

Thank you to to all the dancers who made this possible! Special shout out to Princess Shaw, Tameka, Skip, Kilrbourne and Toroes D Thomasand @blayre_ for helping me wrap up my upcoming music video Dig. They are black film makers from Baltimore and recently moved to New Orleans to create their first feature film titled The People of Mardi Gras. Please take the time and follow their journey on Instagram at @waasifilms and also follow their film on Facebook @The People of Mardi Gras. You can also learn more on their website www.waasifilms.com #filmmakers #waasifilms #film #nola #bmore #tttheartist #waasi #music #musicvideo #art

SPIN X TT THE ARTIST SAY YEAH

 

On a new track from Baltimore club instigator TT The Artist and collaborator Mighty Mark, the pair aims to bring everyone to their party with a rotating selection of back-and-forth chants punctuated by the song’s title, “Say Yeah.”

Released on the London label Moveltraxx, “Say Yeah” is the opening track from Street Bangerz Factory #06, out February 10, a compilation that also features cuts from Teklife affiliate DJ Earl, UK producer Maribor, and the first official release from young French club auteur Alex Autajon.

lick link for full story http://www.spin.com/2017/01/new-music-tt-the-artist-and-mighty-mark-say-yeah/

OPEN LETTER FROM TT The Artist

After self funding my music video tour across the country. I see that if I really set out to do something and put the energy out into the universe...God will align the stars. This was no easy tasks and I poured ever bit of my resources into it. I came out strong and more inspired than ever to press forward with my other creative endeavors that have been in the incubator.

My next tasks will be to complete a film I set out to do 6 years ago #DarkCity: Beneath The Beat the rebirth stay tune. Working hard to put Baltimore club culture narrative on the big screen. I have partnered up with an amazing film crew and it's going down in the 410.

If you know of any grants or corporate companies that support funding for films that highlight the arts, women or black filmmakers please drop me an email ttsart@gmail.com or dm me.

Much love to all the people who supported this start up project 6 years ago. I wanted to come back and do Baltimore right and show the world the beauty beneath the beat from this bubbling city!

Stay tune.

Tt

TT The Artist wraps up Dig music video tour in New Orleans

 

About 3 months ago I branched out on a self funded music video tour to connect with dancers across America. I am proud to say "That's a wrap!" Stay tune Dig official music video coming soon. I set out for 8 but managed to film in 7 cities capturing local dance communities in Los Angeles, Miami, Baltimore, New York, New Jersey, Atlanta and New Orleans. Much love to all the amazing dancers and videographers who took part in this unique collaborative experience

Check out this short teaser featuring  rising dancer Dior Forbes and   Mighty Mark and Thunderbird Juicebox Dig Baltimore club remix.

Filmed by Toroes and Blayre Waasi Productions 

Edited by TT The Artist

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TT THE ARTIST CLUB BANGERZ PLAYLIST

Hey It's TT The Artist and I have put together a special soundcloud playlists of some of my biggest collabs, features and fav club bangerz featuring Diplo, Anna Lunoe, Mighty Mark, Blaqstarr, Sinden,  Big Dope P, Branko, Baauer, Shiftee, AC Slater + more

THUMP MUSIC PREMIERE X TT THE ARTIST 'SAY YEAH'

Baltimore scene stalwarts TT The Artist and Mighty Mark have shared "Say Yeah," an infectious new collaboration off the forthcoming Street Bangers Factory, Vol. 6 compilation on London imprint MoveltraxxPut together from a Miami bass template and lyrically shouting out just every possible listener—whether they're late on their rent, need a drink, or look like Beyoncé—the track is a no-holds-barred celebration of the kind of carefree empowerment most commonly found on crowded dancefloors.

TT The Artist gave THUMP some backstory for her creative process via email. "I was inspired by a 'call and response'-style delivery when I wrote 'Say Yeah,'" she said. "I wanted to make a song that people of all backgrounds could relate and sing along to."

Click link for full story via  Thump