Too Many T's

Live Act Hip Hop Electronica
Too Many T's - Hip Hop Electronica Live Act in London

Too Many T's Short Info

London’s premier hip-hop duo ‘Too Many T’s’ have crafted a faithful following with their formula of Golden Era Hip Hop; a combination of positive vibes, back-to-back rapid fire flows, and turbo-charged performances. With over 200 shows in the last two years, ‘The Dynamic Duo of Rap’ (Guardian, 2014) has seen their showmanship elevate them from back-alley obscurity, to prime-time bookings.

Championed by music industry figures such as XFM’s John Kennedy, Radio 1’s Rob Da Bank, Too Many T’s are now considered to be one of the UK's freshest live Hip Hop acts. The Huffington Post hailed the band as ‘Britain’s answer to the Beastie Boys’; an accolade that the T’s continue to live up to.

In 2015, the band continued to live up to their reputation as a firm festival favourite hosting Bestival’s main stage and performing a further 5 sets across the weekend. As if that wasn’t impressive enough, they also played a whopping 8 times at this year’s Glastonbury as well as stand out sets at Boomtown, Shambala, Forgotten Fields and 10 other festivals to boot. TMT have toured the UK twice, and have opened for their childhood heroes; Snoop Dogg, Chali 2na (Jurassic 5), Wu Tang Clan, Ugly Duckling, Big Daddy Kane, MC Abdominal, Grandmaster Flash and most recently the iconic Public Enemy; a pretty comprehensive list of who’s who in hip hop.

Since the October 2014 release of Too Many T’s biggest musical output so far (the 10-track Running Wild EP that received airplay on BBC 6 Music and XFM, as well as garnering over 40,000 digital plays, within the first two weeks of publishing and now over 100k plays) the duo have been busy working on their debut album for 2016, pulling in some of the most exciting hip hop producers in the UK, and have also found time to feature on an Odjbox track ‘Got Love (Get Yours) to critical acclaim.

London’s premier hip-hop duo ‘Too Many T’s’ have crafted a faithful following with their formula of Golden Era Hip Hop; a combination of positive vibes, back-to-back rapid fire flows, and turbo-charged performances. With over 200 shows in the last two years, ‘The Dynamic Duo of Rap’ (Guardian, 2014) has seen their showmanship elevate them from back-alley obscurity, to prime-time bookings.

Championed by music industry figures such as XFM’s John Kennedy, Radio 1’s Rob Da Bank, Too Many T’s are now considered to be one of the UK's freshest live Hip Hop acts. The Huffington Post hailed the band as ‘Britain’s answer to the Beastie Boys’; an a...

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Media

  • Video Too Many T's - 1992 (Offici...

Origin

  • London GB

Founded

  • 2011

Members

  • Leon Rhymes Rapper
  • Standaloft Rapper
  • DJ Savage Henry DJ