As always here’s another Baltimore Club bangaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhh!!!!!, from none other than the big homie TT the Artist. This one also comes with a cool dance that’ll put you in a great mood and have you digging in no time. As with most tracks you hear from TT it features a crazy fresh beat thanks to the big homie Snappy Jit and it’ll be sure to get you moving. Now we all know how much people love to dance in Baltimore and this is definitely a dance that’ll stick and get the city jumping and moving again. She easily goes in on this track in even sharing with you all the different ways you can have a good time and dig.
“Dig it in the house, dig it in the couch, dig it in the club, dig it in the streets, dig it in the car, dig it to the beat, dig it with your hands, dig it with your feet, dig it to the ground, dig it get low, dig it real fast, dig it real slow, dig it in the water, dig it in a boat, dig it on the floor let me see you get low.” —TT The Artist
At this moment TT The Artist is looking to soon release her debut album, Queen of the Beat, produced by Miami-based producer Snappy Jit. Easily, you can hear the progression in her music and the several influences TT The Artist pulls from including highlighting her roots and love for Miami Club music as well as the infusion of love and art she consistently put out into the city of Baltimore. We are definitely looking forward to what she has coming up next as she’s always getting into something including being featured on THUMP Sessions live on YouTube while performing with Baauer. If you didn’t get a chance to check it out definitely check it out below!
If you rocking with TT The Artist you should definitely check out her Art Royalty EP and our interview with her here. That’ll give you a good starting point to get acquainted with TT The Artist before she puts out her album this coming spring. Shoutouts to TT The Artist, DJ Mighty Mark, TSU Dance Crew, Baauer, Snappy Jit, and the rest of the Stereo Champions in the world! Also be sure to check out her Pussy Ate Remix courtesy of Astrolith and the Red Bull Music Academy. Keep winning.