Twee-D (a.k.a. Demetrius Wilson) was born March 2, 1987 at Independence Hospital in Kansas City, MO. As Twee-D grew up he took more and more of an interest in music listening to acts like Michael Jackson, Kris Kross, 2pac, and Usher. It took a hit song by the late great 2pac entitled, "Keep Your Head Up" for Twee-D to eventually take a deeper interest in rap music. When Twee-D went to the "Jay-Z Hard Knock Life" concert with some of his friends, he was overwhelmed with the crowd's reaction. While everyone else around him was bouncing around with the music, Twee-D found himself standing there thinking " Look at the hype reaction the crowd gives Jay-Z for every song!" Twee-D thought "I can do this!" and decided to pursue a music career. From then on it seemed Twee-D's real talent and ambition in life was music, but as time progressed coming up in cities like San Antonio, Kansas City, and Oklahoma City, Twee-D found himself off track, caught up in peer pressure from the people around him, crime and other misleading activites. Attracted to the idea of fast cash he found himself caught up in hustling and hanging out with what he came to realize was "the wrong crowd". It wasn't until he actually sat down and had a long talk with his mother that he realized he had very quickly headed down the wrong path in life. Twee-D finally saw in himself what everyone else had been seeing his whole life. That he had an enormous amount of talent, he just had to focus on what he truly wanted and what was truly important to him...his MUSIC. In late 2003 Twee-D hooked up with a local rapper who seemed to be interested in what he was doing at the time, but the relationship didn't last long. Twee-D started booking his own shows at clubs like The Blue Room, Remingtons, Outland Ballroom, and Club Traffic. One of Twee-D's major accomplishments in life is that he has taught himself to produce, mix, and master his own material which eventually led to him setting up his very first studio in the basement of his mothers house at the age of 15. Not only has Twee-D mixed, produced, and wrote all his own songs, he has also done work for other artists as well. He has written some R&B and he has also done "Ghost Writing" for other rappers. Twee-D has done remixes to songs like Ciara's, "1 2 Step", Mariah Carey's, "We Belong Together", and Lyfe Jennings', "S.E.X". In Late 2005 Twee-D and his brother Bizcuit decided to put out merchandise on their popular website, www.SpitFireRecords.net selling everything from CD's, to T-Shirts, to other apparel. To date, they have sold over 2000 items without being an established label. He is quickly becoming an Internet icon as well as a music phenomenom by reaching a status other artist can't acheive independently, he's opened up for Twista, 50 Cent, Luni Colione, The Clipse, Soulja Boy, Lil' Wyte, and Atlanta rappers D4L. Twee-D realizes that there are times when a fan wants to see different sides of you, hear your different views, and how you might handle a situation concerning other life issues. He thinks it's alright to rap and tell people you're a "thug", a "pimp" or a "gangsta", but no real person actually feels like that on an everyday basis non-stop. He looks at his music as his way of showing people his feelings from every side of the spectrum that makes him who he is. Some of the time Twee-D just likes to rap and have fun with a song but he knows that real people respond to real situations, and he does his best to cater to those fans as well as the fans who just want something they can dance to. Twee-D loves making music that can be heard and related to all kinds of issues in all sorts of situations for people from all walks of life. Bottom line, Twee-D's music is the "Soundtrack of Life!"
I just released a new Mixtape available for download at:
This is my 10th album release. My other music is available for purchase on www.SpitFireRecords.net
Give me a venue, a mic, and a crowd, and I'll give you the best show you've ever seen...GUARANTEED!