Real Tee gets buzz from new singles
Dancehall artiste Real Tee is enjoying the challenge of juggling both production and artiste duties.
He is now generating a big buzz for a pair of songs, Girlfriend and Bend Back Brave, on producer Jordan McClure's latest project.
"The Bend Back Brave is doing well in Philadelphia and along the eastern coast (of the US) in the Jamaican and black communities," said Real Tee.
The artiste/producer is putting his promotional muscle behind his latest projects, the All Time rhythm and the Higher Hits rhythm.
The All Time project features songs like R.Embassida's Fruits, while on the Higher Hits rhythm, Real Tee delivers Hurry Up featuring Lady English, while Higher Truss shows up with a song titled Vibes is Right.
Real Tee remains optimistic about the prospect of running his own independent label named Real Real Records, even as the world continues to battle the COVID-19 pandemic.
"The world is opening up, the future is so bright, I have to wear shades," he said.
Real Tee, given name Andrew Powell, began doing music at a tender age while attending Bombay Primary School in Manchester. He began to attend dancehall parties, where he would share the stage with Culture Nox and Luciano, and developed a reputation as a child prodigy. He attended Bellefield High School. After graduation, he started his first group, Nahswitch, and they made an impact with the singles We Nah Suffer Fi Long and Stop Tek Life. Their dynamic live performance skills led to appearances at shows like Sting and Saddle to the East.
Real Tee is is currently enjoying life as a solo act and is working on music with Tuff Link Records and Water House Records.