“When you see me smiling, you should know, that’s all God/ bounce back from them L’s I took, man that’s all God/ they said I couldn’t, but I did it, that’s all God/ they said it wouldn’t, but it happened, that’s all God”
TC is one of the brightest voices within the Christian Hip Hop space.
After a productive year in 2019, TC is demonstrating why there is no doubt to his place in the culture in 2020. Following his most successful release to date, the single “Dusty Bible” that features gitemjay and garnered placement on both Trackstarz Live and the Godchaserz Podcast, TC has teamed up with fellow emcees Mitch Darrell and Dezzy Yates for the new track “All God”. The three emcees each bring their own style to the track and blend perfectly to infuse plenty of energy and draw in the listener.
“This song really embodies the season the Lord kept and brought me out of,” said TC.
If you are looking for a hard-hitting beat, skilled lyrical delivery, and a message that puts the “C” in CHH then look no further than “All God”.
Check out “All God” on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/5AObtNn4pjjsxBRTkOuH7a
Follow TC on Twitter : @TheCollectorTC
Title: All God
Artist: TC aka The Collector
Release Date: March 20, 2020
Features: Mitch Darrell, Dezzy Yates
TC, aka The Collector, is a Christian Hip Hop artist from Fort Lauderdale, FL. With a style that embraces the South, TC pays homage to the influences that surrounded him as he grew and developed his own musical stylings.
TC has been making music since 2007 and took off with the 2019 release of his project ‘Imperfectville’. Since then, a run of singles, including the hit “Dusty Bible”, have showcased his versatility – establishing him within the CHH genre.
TC has been a part of several rap contests within CHH. He won Rap Remnants’ challenge and was a finalist for the FiveTwenty Collective Lions Den Challenge, being featured on the ‘Lions Den Remix’ EP. The hard work led to TC being a Top Two finalist for FiveTwenty Collective’s first ever Independent CHH Rookie of the Year Award in 2019.
SOURCE: FiveTwenty Collective