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