The UK hip-hop duo announces a huge UK tour to coincide with their debut album release this autumn.

Too Many T’s have built up a strong fan base with their electric performances and positive vibes stage shows, touring all over the UK over the last four years. They have supported some of hip-hop’s greats including Snoop Dogg, Big Daddy Kane, De La Soul and Public Enemy. But it’s now time for the T’s to step forward & take center stage.

September 2017 will see Too Many T’s long-awaited debut album released. Produced alongside Flux Pavilion and Odjbox, South City is one of the freshest hip-hop albums to come out of the UK, with a high-energy sound that will appeal to music lovers around the globe.

The first exclusive elements of the album campaign to be revealed are the artwork and extensive UK tour dates. With brand new tracks, an even newer show, a ton of incredible videos and huge collaborations, these coming months will see the T’s cement themselves as one of the UK’s most electrifying acts.

Too Many T’s Links: Website | Facebook | Twitter

Watch the video for ‘God Save The T’s’ below:

Plus support from ED GEATER

For Birmingham born singer-songwriter and beatboxer Ed Geater, rhythmical dexterity is complemented by lyrical prowess.

His latest release, the hip-hop infused ‘Found a Place’ featuring Birmingham MC Lady Sanity was met with critical acclaim when unveiled to the world in June, with significant support from BBC Introducing, which lead to the track being spun multiple times on BBC 6 Music.

After his first UK tour earlier this year to support the release of Unseen EP, including a sold out home show at the Hare and Hounds, and a string of festival dates over the summer, Ed comes back to his home-town to play with Too Many T’s.

“Ed Geater is a perfect example of how beatbox can be used in magically creative ways” – Human Beatbox

Ed Geater Links: Soundcloud | Facebook | Twitter

Listen to ‘Found A Place’ below:

Plus support from SOCIAL STATE

Social State (Brad and Andy) are 2 teenagers from Birmingham with the goal to be the future of the music scene. Their songs are a mix of various genres including indie, hip hop, pop, breaks and r&b, and is heavily inspired by growing up in Birmingham, not doing too great in education and the antics of teenage youth today.

Following on from their first release ‘Backtrack’ produced by Rat Boy, they recently revealed their debut single ‘Given Up’. Social State are a unique duo and are ready to bring some fresh air into the music scene!

Social State Links: Facebook | Twitter

Watch the video for ‘Given Up’ below: