Terrance Brown
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Terrance Brown

Seattle, Washington, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2004 | INDIE

Seattle, Washington, United States | INDIE
Established on Jan, 2004
Solo Hip Hop Experimental


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The best kept secret in music


"Cooley Hi 2 dopeboyz review"

Ah yeah… been waiting for this one! I Wanna Sell Drugs has been on serious repeat. - 2 dope boyz


A new generation of rap is upon us. This new crop of emcees were freshmen in high school when Get Rich or Die Trying dropped and graduating when Soulja Boy redefined buzz. 22-year-old Joe Cool has an interesting story to tell. The young spitter, who was recently interviewed MTV and subsequently quit his job at McDonald’s, has a riveting song titled “I Wanna Sell Drugs” from his majority self-produced project Cooley Hi. - RESPECT MAGAZINE


back with another banger. The entirely self-produced “Speed” off Filet Mignon 2, the follow up to the Filet Mignon mixtape, was first introduced by Alesia (who came on the scene with their DJ Snake collaboration on the trap anthem “Bird Machine”). The track is now being presented by the Parisian collective Point Point and is supported by Skrillex, Diplo, and more - SOURCE MAGAZINE


The rap rookie is still climbing up the hip-hop ranks — he performed a few sets at the South by Southwest festival in Austin, Texas, last month — but he still has a way to go - MTV NEWS

"South Got Sumn To Say Smoking Section Review"

There aren’t many instances when I personally mess with redone versions of classic beats – especially when it’s an Outkast song. Yet, when Joe Cool dropped this bar-berating take on Andre and Big’s “Ova Da Wudz” instrumental for his Drivers Ed mixtape last Winter, there was nothing but respect for the battle cry omitted on behalf of his NWLA squad. - The Smoking Section


Still working on that hot first release.



Songwriter and producer Terrance Brown is behind both TERRY CAN'T DIE and the alias Joe Cool, hopping between internet-acclaimed mixtape releases that have established him as a kind of underground icon to the scene, and playing shows with legends like Big Krit, Curren$y, Travis Scott, and Casey Veggies

After releaseing his first project "Mixtape For No Reason" under the alias "Joe Cool"; which led to the internet blogger critically acclaimed mixtape "Cooley Hi" as seen on MTV, Rap Genius & countless internet blog & enthusiast websites. He followed up once again with 2013's Drivers Ed project & back to back SOUTH BY SOUTH WEST Music Festival performances which led to a large amount of collaborations & work with such artists & producers like OWSLA's "Alesia" , Jet Life artist "Fiend", & producer  "Bobby Johnson" (Beyonce's 7/11); along with producing for Wiz Khalifa/ Taylor Gang artist "Tuki Carter" single "point em out"

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