Tag Archive | T.F.
As the wait continues for Trizz‘s next album “The Basement,” he keeps fans excited in one of the best ways possible, with a new single. After “Kill Zone” comes his second single “What Is This” with longtime friend & fellow West Coast native T.F. Both being dope lyricists in their own right, the chemistry the […]
Hide your sister. Rosecrans Radio sat down for a hilarious and informative interview with two of LA’s dopest artist, one hailing from Bompton and the other from South Central, The Fifties to be exact. Jay Worthy and T.F. are working on a new collaboration project titled “Ballads Of a Dopehead” that we learned more about, […]
Jay Worthy & T.F come together on “Ballad of a Dopehead” that features PRETTYBOY NOFACE. Said to be shot within an actual dope house located somewhere in Watts, artist T.F opens the track with his verse over the Budgie production as he sits within the door of an RV. As Jay Worthy comes in, each artist […]
South Central’s T.F., The IE’s Trizz and South Central’s Bale linked for one of the dopest, most organic live studio performances I’ve seen. The trio freestyle of a funky beat and lace it with bars colder than the rocky mountains, with no jacket, and socks on. The performance was unofficially sponsored by Hennessey, which were the […]
Off his “Members Only” album, 2Eleven releases a music video for his track titled “Politics” that contains dope features from Earl Swavey, Sean Mackk, & T.F. Shot by HDTAY Films, the visual shows the artists laying down their raps in the streets with a few familiar faces close behind. As they call out those who […]
As fans await for July 13th to hear Trizz‘s “The Attic” album in full, we’re gifted with one last single featuring T.F titled “86.” With production from Stone’s Neighbor, Trizz brings his usual confident demenour to the track speaking of the ones that could never be like him. T.F speaks of how things will be handled […]
Off his “ErThangSkanless” album T.F brings fans a very unique visual for track titled “Archives.” A meaningful interlude as T.F is seen within a black & white ‘playhouse,’ setting by the works of artist Dylan Pommer. Everything seems to contain an outline-like form including T.F himself as he raps along to the infectious beat. Although […]