When it comes to listening to great quality music look no further than, Art Royalty byTT The Artist. This 9 track EP released by the Baltimore Club music phenom, TT The Artist has done it yet again with releasing tracks that are diverse yet dope at the same damn time! Starting off the fresh EP, TT goes in with a hot track produced by Gianni Lee and Mighty Mark titled Let Me See Ya, which is easily one of my favorite tracks on the entire project. It has dope lyrics, shotouts to K Swift and showcase TT’s dynamic flow.
Although, this was already highly expected considering that Mighty Mark was the executive producer on the project. Moving forward, Fly Girl is a nicely put together track that has a 90’s Space Jam, sound that’ll definitely make the ladies move and want to dance. I remember when she mentioned this track when we interview her when Stereo Champions was first getting started and she gave word then that Fly Girls was a dope track and I have to say she was definitely speaking truth. Following this dope track you can hear a more grudge style beat introducing you to “Thug It Out”.
“If you got a problem we can settle it tonight meet me outside you ain’t bout that life”! —TT The Artist
My sister has been repeating this one line for like the past month and I have to say it matches TT’s style considering she goes in on every beat and performance. The next track Lavish produced by Guess Who On The Track has a more playful sound and TT is dropping nothing but heavy ass bars even showing love to Diplo in one verse. Moving on you’ll hear some ill beats from one of my favroite producers from Baltimore, Thunderbird Juicebox. Giddy Up is a club banger that you’ll hear in any club playing hot music you can enjoy while drinking Ciroc or riding on a mary jane high. Easily this is followed up with Imma Shake which has an electric dance music sound mixed with a trap sound you might here at a lot of the summer music festivals this year.
Pum Pum produced by Histo comes after Imma Shake which features verse more around the theme of dance hall which will make any shorty out there looking for a hot track to twerk turn this joint on. It’s almost like Pussy Ate grown up considering the premise of the track altogether. Which leads to the classic and original, Pussy Ate Remastered produced by Mighty Mark. To finalize the project TT The Artist ends the project with Freaky Life produced by Big Dope P, which has a dope beat and a more experimental flow that ends the EP on a dynamic note for all the TT The Artist lovers.
Overall this EP, is definitely one you need to have in you iTunes so be sure to Download Art Royalty and support the big homie TT The Artist. Needless to say the cover artwork for her EP is sick as well so shoutout to Donald Ely (Graphic Designer) and Nicole Fallek (Photographer) that created that as well.