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T. Mills

21-year-old Travis Tatum Mills, better known as T. Mills, is a hybrid artist from Riverside, CA. his sound stems from a variety of influences ranging from Wu Tang Clan to Blink-182; Bone Thugz and Harmony to The Dream; Rusko to Wiz Khalifa — a...
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Talib Kweli

Life is a beautiful struggle/People search through the rubble for a suitable hustle/Some people using the noodle, some people using the muscle/Some people put it all together, make it fit like a puzzle" -Talib Kweli, "I Try"

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Tall Black Guy

From humble origins in Detroit, raised on a healthy diet of Motown, Jazz, and Early Hip‐Hop – Terrel Wallace (aka Tall Black Guy) has been steadily building a massive online following through a steady stream of productions filled with inc...
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Tama Waipara

Tama Waipara is "a singer...
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Téa

Téa is a Vancouver based singer/ pianist/ songwriter who fuses elements of R&B, Soul, and Pop music into her own brand of "City Soul." Drawing inspiration from diverse artists like Sade, Amy Winehouse, and Remy Shand, Téa has crafted an...
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Teargas and Plateglass

Choosing its company carefully, through criteria often misunderstood, the band have produced songs and remix collaborations with an array of disparate artists including David Sylvian, The (International) Noise Conspiracy, Zap Mama, the Roots' poetess...
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Teeko & B. Bravo

Bay Area mainstays Teeko and B.Bravo have hefty resumes.

Bravo is a 2010 graduate of Red Bull Music Academy with releases on Brownswood, Frite Nite and Ernest Endeavors. His tune “Computer Love” was named one of 2009’s best tracks by ...
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Teena Marie

When a lady has thrived at the epicenter of a musical movement that some initially claimed was not her birthright, and that lady has steadfastly held that legacy down strong for 30 phenomenal years, acknowledgment, respect and celebration...
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Telepathique

Translated from the Latin, Sao Paolo, Brazil's motto, "Non Ducor, Duco" means, "I am not led. I lead." The city is a sexy, dangerous, pulsating melting pot of nearly 20 million humans, situated near the soothing sea and the teeming rainforest - it's ...
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Terence Blanchard

“I’ve always believed that in life, what you keep in your mind is what you draw to yourself.” That’s how trumpeter/composer Terence Blanchard explains the title of his 20th album, Magnetic, which finds a stunning variety of sounds and styles ...
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The All-American Rejects

AAR is four friends who discovered one another and scored the American dream. Tyson and Nick founded the group and released the EP Same Girl, New Songs in the summer of 2001. Mike and Chris joined in 2002 and the new quartet...
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The Beast and Nnenna Freelon

Six-time Grammy Award-nominee Nnenna Freelon has been hailed as the "international voice of jazz." An accomplished singer, composer, producer, and arranger (as well as budding actress), Freelon has dedicated herself to educating young people, both m...
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The Black Eyed Peas

Six-time Grammy award-winning, multi-platinum recording artists The Black Eyed Peas have announced they will release their sixth album, The Beginning. The release follows up the group's blockbuster CD The E.N.D. released in June 2009. <...
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The Book Of Eli

The Book of Eli stars Denzel Washington, Mila Kunis, and Gary Oldman in a post-apocalyptic tale in which a lone man, Eli (Washington), fights his way across America in order to protect a sacred book that holds the secrets to saving humankind....
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The Brand New Heavies

The Brand New Heavies were born out of the rare groove scene and formed in the late eighties by drummer/keyboard player Jan Kincaid, bassist Andrew Love Levy and guitarist Simon Bartholomew. As pioneers of the London acid jazz scene, their groundbrea...
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The Broken Orchestra

At the heart of The Broken Orchestra are producers Pat Dooner and Carl Conway-Davis, who, along with a select group of talented musicians and artists sculpt simple ideas into full blown compositional pieces. What started out as a simple collaborative...
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The Ceremonies

Upon meeting Matthew, Mark, and Michael Cook — three smart, stylish, and somewhat serious-minded brothers who make up the Los Angeles band The Ceremonies — it’s clear that these aren’t just any ordinary young people. Their biggest influences ...
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The Child of Lov

The Child of Lov's music possesses a nostalgic reverence for early trailblazers like Little Richard, Otis Redding and James Brown as well as a penchant for the later neo soul of Dilla and D'Angelo. On his self-titled debut, The Child of Lov certifie...
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The Cinematic Orchestra

The aptly-named The Cinematic Orchestra (TCO) were formed by J. Swinscoe back in 1999. At the time Jay was still an employee at Ninja Tune in South London, where he was responsible for export sales at the long-standing independent record label. Swins...
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The Cribs

As Christmas descended upon 2003, a cock sure triumvirate emerged blinking out the mist that engulfed their native homeland...The Cribs armed with nothing less than 100% confidence and an armful of songs partnered with a more than healthy disdain of...
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The Detroit Experiment

Following the success of the critically acclaimed Philadelphia Experiment, ropeadope...
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The Finest In Jazz

Blue Note Records is a jazz record label, established in 1939 by Alfred Lion and Francis Wolff, who ran it for many years. It derives its name from the characteristic "blue notes" of jazz and the blues. Blue Note Records is currently owned by the EMI...
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The Good People

The Good People, consisting of The Saint (Producer) and Emskee (Emcee), is a perfect blend of soulful classic hip-hop with meaningful lyrics. Some call it "Throwback music." Others have called it "Grown Folk Hip Hop." The Good People call it hip-hop ...
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The Good, The Bad & The Queen

The Good, The Bad & The Queen began life in the Aphrodisia Studios in Nigeria in 2004. Damon Albarn and guitarist Simon Tong had travelled to Lagos to record with veteran drummer and Afrobeat pioneer Tony Allen. Working with local musicians, the trio...
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The Harlem Experiment

It started in 2001 with a simple premise from the groundbreaking indie record label Ropeadope: take acclaimed musicians from a shared hometown, but with vastly different musical backgrounds, put them together in a recording studio and have them creat...
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The Internet

The Internet is a soul band created by producer Matt Martians and lead vocalist Syd "The Kyd" of Odd Future. The two met via Myspace in 2008, and later became good friends when Matt moved from Atlanta to Los Angeles in February of 2011. They began th...
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The Isley Brothers

The name "Isley" first graced the Top 50 in 1959 with "Shout," four years after the group was formed in Cincinatti, Ohio. The original recording lineup included Ronald and older brothers O'Kelly and Rudolph (a fourth brother, Vernon, died in the '50...
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The Knocks

After meeting at The New School in New York City, Ben “B-Roc” Ruttner and James “JPatt” Patterson both found themselves in need of a place to live. The two moved in together, and quickly set about making their neighbors hate them. “Our apar...
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The Latin Project

British producers Jez Colin and Matt Cooper pulled together a diverse collection of seasoned vocalists and players to form The Latin Project in 2002. Since its inception, the Los Angeles-based group ...
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The Mizell Brothers

Larry and Fonce (Alphonso) Mizell, without a doubt were the hottest songwriters and producers of the 1970s, giving us some of the finest jazz-funk and R&B records ever produced. With their distinctive style they gave music a whole new quality, resul...
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The New Deal

The story continues to evolve with Canada...
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The Pharcyde

The Pharcyde's passion for music has steadily fueled their ambitions through the recent departure of another member. Although the former quartet has been reduced to a duo, there is no reason to believe this will cripple their talent. With over ten ye...
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The Pimps Of Joytime

The Pimps of Joytime were born into this borderless culture; it is as much a part of them as their skin, their voices, and the ten fingers strumming their guitars. So even though he did time on the left coast, Brian J returned to NYC in 2004 to leave...
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The Pleb

Continuing the tradition of showcasing talent from the homegrown party, Turntables on the Hudson/Giant Step Records is proud to present the first solo EP by The Pleb entitled "Don't Break" as a prequel to the full length debut of the same name.
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The Procussions

Bound by a love of music and a drive to produce sophisticated, spiritually minded Hip-Hop, The Procussions is a group of emcee-musicians who hail from California. A natural storyteller, Stro the 89th key leads the group's musical direction. With infl...
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The Red Hot Organization

Red Hot is a not for profit production company that has produced 16 albums and dedicated more than 10 million dollars to worthy organizations, causes and pro-social projects around the world. Its mission is to raise awareness and money to fight AIDS/...
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The Revelations featuring Tré Williams

Welcome to The Revelations, featuring Tré Williams (Decision Records/Traffic Entertainment). Here, there are no teenage whines, no auto tune, no samples: nothing but pure, unadulterated soul sung by a red dirt artist with the vocal chops of ye...
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The RH Factor

At 36, trumpeter Roy Hargrove has firmly established himself as among the premier players in jazz and beyond. Ever-stretching into more challenging and colorful ways to flex his musical chops, Hargrove has left indelible imprints in a vast array of a...
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The Ripple Effect featuring Jack DeJohnette and DJ Logic

Born in Chicago in 1942, Jack DeJohnette is widely regarded as one of jazz music's greatest drummers. Music appreciation flourished in DeJohnette's family. He studied classical piano from age four until fourteen before beginning to play drums with hi...
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The Roots

From Philly street corner buskers to hip-hop pioneers to perpetually touring live act to late-night television house band, legendary hip-hop group The Roots have never been one to rest on their laurels. After more than 15 years, the critically acclai...
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The Roy Hargrove Quintet

Discovered by Wynton Marsalis who heard him perform at his high school, Booker T. Washington School for the Performing and Visual Arts in Dallas, Hargrove recorded his first solo album in 1990, Diamond in the Rough, on Novus/RCA. He recorded four mor...
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The Saint

Teaming with the soul strutters over at Uncle Junior Records and Seven Heads Entertainment The Saint has produced his first full-length album entitled Grown Folk Music; an album that has masterfully, and quite convincingly, infused blood into an enti...
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The Script

The Script is a heart-rending drama of tragedy and triumph, love and loss, struggle and survival, the epic journey of three young Dublin boys from the wrong side of the tracks who risk everything for a dream.



This is THE SCRIPT....
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The Soul Rebels

The Soul Rebels started with an idea shared between founding members Derrick Moss and Lumar LeBlanc - to play the music they loved on the radio in the New Orleans Brass Band tradition that they grew up on. They were drawn to influences from outside t...
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The Spy From Cairo

Moreno Visini has written hundreds of songs and produced over ten albums over the past 12 years, including five Organic Grooves albums, three Zeb albums and two The Spy From Cairo albums. He has contributed to Turntables on the Hudson compilations, a...
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The Square Egg

Formed in Miami in 1999, the original band consisted of a mere three members and as the band's sound evolved, so did it's size. The Square Egg, won a 2003 Miami New Times Readers Choice Award in for Best Local Group in their "Best Of Miami" issue. In...
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The Streets

Two years ago, The Streets' second album 'A Grand Don't Come For Free' seemed to emerge out of nowhere. Yes, Mike Skinner's Mercury Prize-nominated debut 'Original Pirate Material' had established him as a witty and original MC-ing proposition - a mo...
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The Terence Blanchard Group

Terence Blanchard is a three-time Grammy award winning trumpet player and composer. With more than 29 albums to his credit, he has established himself as one of the most influential jazz musicians and film score masters of his generation, a member of...
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The Wonderful Sound Of Induce!

Starting off early, Induce, like many children, loved to sing. Everywhere and anywhere, the sound of music was with him. And almost as if lead by fate, the sounds of poppy Soul music and Rhythm & Blues drew him in early. He quickly learned to mimic M...
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Thievery Corporation

Our deepest source of inspiration comes from our record collections," says Rob Garza; an apt reference to their collective nom de plume. Always great admirers and curators of dusty grooves and all but forgotten music styles, Thievery Corporation borr...
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Thisish

Thisish, who until recently was 2 separate entities of recordings/production, and a clothing line, recently combined their forces into one brand name. Thisish is not a record label or clothing line. They are a creative entity that will release whatev...
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Thomas Blondet

Thomas is known for his skill as both a producer and a DJ based in Washington, DC. His tracks reflect the ease with which he moves from genre to genre when he mixes sounds in his studio and his remixes successfully take on the challenge of incorporat...
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Tia Fuller

Swing is the musical manifestation of forward motion. To achieve one's goals, one must take giant steps. Today's modern musicians at the change of the 21st century are moving miles ahead, advancing the jazz continuum, while remaining open and engaged...
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Ticklah

Ticklah vs. Axelrod is an epic soundclash between two sides of a musical personality: the studio wizardry and dub experimentation of Ticklah, versus the keyboard prowess and genre restlessness of Victor Axelrod. In this case, the battle rages ...
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Till Bronner

Till Bronner, Germany's most famous contemporary jazz musician, is a trumpet and flugelhorn player, singer, arranger, composer, producer and radio personality. Equally at home with hard bop, funky hip-hop fusion, bossa nova, pop ballads and classical...
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Timbaland

Super-producer Timbaland has stamped his indelible imprint on the music scene since the mid-1990s. His production has helped create career-defining hits for artists such as Jodeci, Aaliyah, Ginuwine, Missy Elliott, Destiny's Child, Ludacris, Snoop D...
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Timothy Bloom

Timothy Bloom has already written and produced songs for both contemporary (Ne-Yo and Chris Brown) and classic hitmakers (Motown legend Smokey Robinson). Now with geyser-like force, Bloom's pure, natural talents as a singer/musician are gushing to th...
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Tina Dico

You know how it works: pretty female singer gets signed by a big record company, marketing men crank into gear, playlists are secured, key territories identified, support slots booked, budgets are spent and, with a bit of luck and a prevailing wind, ...
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Tiombe Lockhart

Tiombe Lockhart is a singer/songwriter living and working in Brooklyn, NY. She is a graduate of the New School University in NYC with a bachelor of fine arts in vocal jazz performance. Her first professional gig was singing in a Tom Thumb Wedding in ...
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Tita Lima

Brasileira, paulistana, singer, composer and producer Tita Lima brings us her mixture of MPB (Brazilian Popular Music), Samba-Jazz, Bossa Nova, Hip-Hop and Dub. Born into a family of musicians, music came to Tita Lima naturally. She learned to play t...
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Tito Deville Band

The Tito Deville Band sound like 4 people mashed into a room with completely different backgrounds creating something totally new. Rockers, Rappers, and pounding dance beats unite to create their unique sound. TDB comprise of 4 members; Kenya-DJ/Prod...
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Tito Puente

The excellence embodied by this unparalleled artist, whose talents ran the gamut from musician, composer, director, and arranger, paints a perfect picture of the dimension and magnitude of his talent. Tito Puente was known around the world as "The Ki...
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TK Wonder

TK Wonder's notable skill for writing and "slamming" lyrics in a very unique hip hop/spoken word fashion seems to create a new genre with a significant electro punch. Her singing is as unique as her vibrant presence on stage and her outstanding live ...
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Tobacco

Tobacco sometimes runs with a group called Black Moth Super Rainbow. On F*cked Up Friends, his latest mission, he works alone.

Tobacco's tools are analog synths, tape machines, and deformed incantations from throats unknown. His music is a w...
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Tom & Joy

Slip in 'Antigua' by Parisian duo Tom (Thomas Naim) and Joy (Joyce Hozé Liwer) and be immersed in a beautifully fragrant cocktail - equal parts bossa nova, afrobeat, and jazz with a splash of French chanson. The duo, accompanied by a band of ...
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Tom Jones

Knighted by Her Majesty the Queen of England in 2006, Sir Tom Jones has sold over one hundred million records worldwide, and had eighteen Top 40 singles and ten RIAA-certified Gold albums in the United States. His last album, 2000's 'Reload' (release...
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Tommy T

Tommy T was born and raised in Ethiopia's capital city, Addis Ababa. ''There was always music in our house,'' Tommy recalls. ''When I was five, my older brother Zelalem got an acoustic guitar from my father. By the time I was six I could pick up a gu...
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Tondrae Kemp

Transplanted from New Orleans into the metropolis of New York, Tondrae Kemp has been growing exponentially since his departure to the big city. Where he was once known as a soul singer, he is now expounding on that notion by adding the potential for ...
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Toney Parka

In a time when Hip Hop icons are viewed and as pretenders, desperately seeking to say whatever sells, a hero is arising. Toney Parka (aka Tone Rome) wants to prove that Hip Hop is more than fast cars and fast rhymes. Born amongst the hustle and bustl...
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Tori Kelly

When she was 14, Tori Kelly started writing songs in the bedroom of her Southern California home. Within years she began sharing those songs online, and quickly won over Internet audiences with her sweetly soaring vocals, graceful guitar-playi...
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Tortured Soul

With a decade of experience, the Brooklyn-­?based dance trio Tortured Soul has already made their mark on the world of dance music and has had tremendous success as an international touring act, appearing at major music festivals on virtually every ...
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Tosca

Tosca is the brainchild of Richard Dorfmeister + Rupert Huber. Both met in school where they shared the same enthusiasm about music. Very soon they formed their first group called Dehli 9, which was a wild collective, experimenting with tape machines...
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Toshi

Forget everything your mind, your society, or your community have told you about what soul music looks like. Forget it all because it doesn...
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Tracey Thorn

Tracey Thorn is the voice of Everything But The Girl -- a timeless cross-generational voice spanning the gaps of modern pop, folk and electronica.



From her first heard stint with the post-punk The Marine Girls, through best-selli...
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Travis Sullivan's Bjorkestra

Travis Sullivan's Bjorkestra is an eighteen piece, genre-bending orchestra that successfully fuses the eclectic accessibility of Björk's broad ranging pop music with innovative stylistic and improvisatory concepts drawn from m...
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Tricky

Adrian Thaws, better known as Tricky, grew up in the Knowle West council estate (projects) in Bristol, UK. Getting his first break at the age of 9 when turntables were brought into the youth club, Tricky went on to become one of the biggest "trip-hop...
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Trinidad Jame$

Everything that glitters is NOT gold. But rap artist Trinidad James assures listeners that everything that IS GOLD…IS HIS. The Trinidad-bred, hip hop storyteller and “Gold Gang” godfather swiftly emerged from the mines of Underground Atlanta i...
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Tru Thoughts

Started in September 1999 by Robert Luis (A&R) and Paul Jonas (Label Manager), Tru Thoughts is an independent record label based in Brighton, England. Robert and Paul founded the label on the back of their highly respected Brighton club nights phonic...
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Trusʼme

In the winter of 2006 - on a whim - David Wolstencroft aka Trus'me sent some of his work to various labels around the globe. It paid off. The now legendary CD sampler Nards led to the immediate release for Trus'me on the Still label, sparking ...
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Tweet

Though my real name is Charlene Keys, I've been nicknamed Tweet ever since I can remember. Everyone in my family wants credit for coming up with that, but no one knows where it came from. What I do know is that it stuck, and in many ways, it fits pe...
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Ty

My dad used to say "Son - you're not supposed to win. You were never supposed to win. When you understand that you understand everything. You're not supposed to win. So win everything." Winning as I always do I give you some music to fly to..." - Mus...
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