Too Many T’s have crafted a faithful following with their Golden Era hip hop formula; positive vibes, trademark back to back, rapid fire flows and turbo-charged performances. With over 150 shows in the last 18 months, the dynamic duo of rap have seen their party vibes and humour take them from back-alley obscurity to the prime-time radar, right across the nation.
Now considered to be one of the UK’s freshest live hip-hop acts, the T’s self-released music has taken them across the length and breadth of Britain, and across the channel into Europe. Highlights have included stand-out performances at Glastonbury, Boomtown, Fusion Festival and Secret Garden Party as well as main stage shows at Kendal Calling, Bestival and Camp Bestival – turning all the right heads warming up for De La Soul.
The T’s have also opened for a number of their childhood heroes; Snoop Dogg, Public Enemy, Chali2na from Jurassic 5, Wu Tang Clan, Grandmaster Flash, The Pharcyde, Ugly Duckling, People Under The Stairs, Asher Roth, Slick Rick and Big Daddy Kane; a comprehensive list of who’s who in hip hop. They have been championed by the likes of Radio X’s John Kennedy, and BBC Radio 1’s Rob Da Bank and supported by BBC 6Music’s Lauren Laverne and Huffington Post, who hailed the duo as ‘Britain’s answer to the beastie boys’.