Terrance Moses is flooding the mix tape circuits from Coast-to Coast while laying it down on the East Coast. Heavy on the grind the artist is compiling his much anticipated self titled album Terrance Moses scheduled for a first quarter release in 2010. With the hood street classic “Can I Come Over” headlining the way Moses has been dropping the real for over seven years in the game. Born in Rivera Beach, FL the twenty-five year old rapper hails from an area known as “The Raw”. Street life charged the inspiration of a lyrical release that began at the early age of twelve. Terrance spent his teenage years marinating in harsh day to day realities that christened him the now infamous name of T-Moses.
With his start among local neighborhood rappers and hustlers Moses was fueled by the continuous grind of his home town and inspired by hip hop legends Tupac Shakur, Notorious B.I.G., Outkast, 8 Ball and MJG, Goodie Mob, Scarface, and Nas. Determined to make his way out of the hood and change the path for himself and those closest to him, Moses began collaborating with producers Sheist of Triple C’s, DJ Skeeta and DJ Chap formerly Flesh & Blood, and J-Mo. In 2003 he released his first solo project Lucky Luciano. The debut album spoke volumes of the rappers real life experiences and never ending struggle to escape the cycle of a rugged existence. Nearly a year later the ambitious young man launched Good Fellaz Records Entertainment and by twenty-two the president and CEO dropped his third album, a collaboration titled 56 Ace Federation.
In 2007 T-Moses headed north and landed in Atlanta, GA where he now resides and has paired up with Trunk Beata Ent. etching his name in stone as a future heavy weight. The Florida rapper’s latest mixtape Floodin’ The Streets is in heavy rotation among the club scenes as well as the internet super highway. Working with prominent artists Freeway, Triple J, Ace, Uncle Head of Splack Pack and Paper Johnson, the rapper’s lyrics are a true account of his tenacious yet humble personality. Although on his I-Pod you can find music of all genres from Jay-Z to Michael Jackson, once T-Moses sets foot behind the mic his southern swagger shines through on each trunk beating track.