The Artist Ale-T
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The Artist Ale-T

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"Whatever You Do" Composed by and featuring Tyler Adam (Chorus); single
"Hitlist"; single
"What's The Bizness"; single
"Money on my Mind"; single
"Just Gimme The Beat"; single


Bio award winning editor, Ex athlete, when he was in the 8th grade he was Elected prom king of his middle school, writer/recording artist, honored member of Cambridge who's who. Who has had his whole life family struggle and when I say family I mean mom and dad sides. When he was three his dad was sentenced to 5 years in the penitentary and at 8 again his dad was in trouble and had to leave the family to evade the law. His dad was in contact with him, but he wasn't apart of the household. He practicaly raised his self living with his mom. She was always at work and he had to be not only an older brother but the best male influence on his two younger sisters he could be, due to the absence of their dad. He has been an innovator of excitement, life and progression his whole life. From playing in the band as a wind instrument since the third grade was naturally a performer who preformed in school auditoriums as well as parade events. Catalog includes over 35 self published music works since 2003. He breathed life back into music with his 2004 self- published project entitled 'Scrill Still In The Mix, a tribute to his late uncle, the founder of Scrill-Yan Records. My uncle Young Jay was president of Scrill-Yan Records before he passed in a car accident in Phoenix, Az. In may of 2000. Scrill-Yan had released a tribute project titled “Scrill-Yan Records The Compilation” in late December of 2000 before falling off the map due to Federal investigation, imprisonment and financial downfall in 2002. The Compilation was sold by major distributers such as Sam Goody and Tower Records it also featured a remixed video version of “G.H.E.T.T.O.” featuring a staring role cameo by John Witherspoon. Songs from the compilation were also featured on DVD’s such as Ruff Rider Spring Break. Being as rap is criticism and hip hop as well R&B is battle, not to be confused with other genres of music. Realizing this is what makes his strength & weakness as an artist. His weakness because his rap brushes on a few feelings sometimes, he is not afraid of a touchy subject, but the creative energy which is breed by this is what causes the colorful excitement of the art that he creates. He used the alienation of a pop rappers (Bow-Wow) reputation and mounted his rap attack, to establish himself as a contender. I have since been engaged in a battle with the likes of lil wayne, bow wow, romeo, and more.