Club Queen Records is excited to announce our new Club Queens curated spotify playlist. Club Queens playlist will showcase our favorite hip hop, dance, rnb and pop music hits by ladies who run the clubs. If you would like to submit your tracks to be added to our playlist email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Club Queen Records celebrates International Women’s day with an exclusive Club Queen mix featuring Jersey and Baltimore club music pioneers Uniiqu3 and TT The Artist and presented by Teez x JER-Z , mix by Uniiqu3.
TT The Artist sits down with Shantan Ichiban to talk Baltimore club culture and debuts new music on Australia’s Triple J radio. Click link below to listen to the full interview :
Club Queen Records presents another exclusive Black Herstory month music drop with TT The Artist "Diamonds," produced by Mighty Mark. This colorful, feel good hip hop record is sure to boost your daily confidence while keeping you motivated with positive affirmations!
Cover art by TT The Artist photo by Kirby Griffin
In celebration of Black History month Club Queen Records presents "Black Herstory Month." Look out for new music releases every week for the entire month of February. Check out the first drop of the month "Stay Black," a house infused dance track featuring Philadelphia's rising rnb soul singer Maya Simone produced by TT The Artist.
This month TT The Artist and her women focused label Club Queen Records teams up with Dressember in their advocacy for men, women and children who’ve been exploited or trapped in trafficking situations.
Throughout the month, Dressember invites supporters to participate in the style challenge of wearing a dress every day to advocate that every man, woman and child has right to live a dignified and free life.
“I wanted to make a statement on the dress, almost like a walking billboard, so I chose to do a hand painted typography bold text design. The piece is all about taking ownership of your body and demanding respect.” -TT The Artist
Join TT The Artist in the fight against human trafficking by entering to win a 1 of a kind hand painted dress or hat from the TT The Artist x Dressember collaboration.
Donate a minimum of $9 to Dressember fundraiser using the link below
Winner must be 18+, will be chosen at random and contacted via instagram DM. Contest ends New Years Day.
CLICK LINK TO DONATE https://dressember-2018.funraise.org/fundraiser/stephaniebronfein
Catch TT The Artist live in Baltimore for the Annual Queen of Baltimore Dance Competition halftime show powered by Club Queen Records. More event info below:
“Baltimore, known for its unique culture called "Baltimore club", has an annual event each and every year geared towards the women of the culture. This event, presented by Bmore Than Dance and features an all women dancers in the dmv who travel for a chance to be crowned Queen Of Baltimore!
Last year event saw our youngest ever Queen crowned, Janiyah @ 14 years old! This year the talent is thick and the ladies are prepared to give you the best dance show known on earth!
Over 16+ ladies will compete in a tournament style competition and the latest baltimore club music! One lady will walk away with the crown, cash prize and bragging rights for an entire year!
Special guest, surprises and one amazing night is always guaranteed! please purchase your ticket early, this event will sell out!!! “
TT the Artist is a force. She’s a multigenre rapper, covering hip-hop, Baltimore club, and Miami bass. She’s queer, and though she doesn’t like labels, she understands their importance. And she’s here as a leader to help all queer women of colour break into the industry.
TT is in town performing at The Rude Collective’s second anniversary, a party by and for queers of colour. When I explain that Black queers from all over the diaspora will be there, she says, “That sounds beautiful. I can’t wait.”
Whether she's running a feminist record label or painting 'Black pop art,' TT won't be confined to one discipline.
TT the Artist strides on-stage at Warehouse on Watts in Philadelphia wearing a Melody Ehsani x Lauryn Hill suit and an enormous gold chain that swamps her petite frame. She looks like she’s done this a hundred times – and she has, but this one feels special. The club queen recently started splitting time between Los Angeles and Baltimore, but she’s back on the East Coast to perform at Red Bull Music Presents: United States of Bass, with other sub-loving trail-blazers from Baltimore, Philadelphia, and New Jersey.
TT The Artist “Black Pop,” is a collection of pop art paintings, referencing commercial consumption and influence of black culture in America. The body of work borrows from advertising, meme and popular culture. TT The Artist confronts, deconstructs and challenges archetypes of black women and people of color in media by rendering and creating new images that highlight meaningful artifacts within in Black culture.
Following the “Club Queens EP,” debut music release from her new label Club Queen Records, TT The Artist is back with another feature song on HBO’s hit series Insecure Season 3. “Click Bait,” produced by Baltimore club music hero Mighty Mark will be available on digital retailers Sept 30, 2018 out via Club Queen Records .
Her name may not be a household one just yet — but TT The Artist has been here this whole time as our actual queen of Hip hop. Though others have tried to claim the crown, one listen to her newest release and one glance at the video for “Payroll” (ft. Starrz) will have you wondering why we ever even questioned her royalty.
“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.
Which works of art in the BMA’s collection are you Drawn To? TT The Artist shares her connection to Jack Whitten in our new series documenting Baltimore-based artists as they explore their favorite works on view.
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