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Made up of Leon Rhymes and Ross Standaloft – a pair who bumped into one another while they were both at a student party – Too Many T's is a band that is known for its highly energetic performances. To date, the duo has performed opening slots for De La Soul and Public Enemy, to name just two high-profile acts. Rhymes and Standaloft have also supported the likes of Big Daddy Kane before, helping to raise their profile in the music industry and with new fans. Based in South London, the rappers and hip-hop performers have not stopped writing songs since they first met one another. If they are not recording or filming their work, then it is likely that they are on a stage, performing somewhere.
Too Many T's career milestones
Formed in the mid-2010s, Too Many T's have won over many new listeners, thanks to their old school hip-hop beats. This means that they appeal to an older audience as well. Indeed, the duo has also won many plaudits from non-hip hop aficionados. According to the pair, their musical tastes coincided, something they discovered at their very first meeting at the aforementioned house party. All the band has done since then is attempt to make old school hip-hop that sounds as if it might have been recorded in the so-called golden era.
In order to play the sort of music they like listening to, the members of Too Many T's rely on positivity throughout their choice of lyrics, a trademark back-to-back style, and a rapid and punchy flow that helps to energise their performances. Sometimes referred to as the 'Dynamic Duo of Contemporary Rap', the pair first released an EP named the T.P., with four tracks that showcased their unique twist on UK hip-hop. This work featured the well-received “It Ain't Right” as well as “Boom Bap”. Another EP, called Running Wild, came out soon afterwards. This picked up on a song from their first release, “1992”, and expanded on it with “1992 Part II”. Too Many T's also put out a one-off single named “God Save the T's” around this time.
Too Many T’s presented their debut studio album in 2017. This LP was called South City and expanded on the pair's emotional depth. Nevertheless, the work continued to include the elements that had brought the band to a wide audience before; namely, danceable beats, good vibes and a great deal of fun.
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