Rehab Is 4 Quitters
Hailing from the Hip-Hop hub of the south, Atlanta Georgia, Mister T.E.Z has started his rise in the hip-hop community. Fighting bouts of homelessness and depression which led to two suicide attempts, being admitted into rehabilitation centers four times, dropping out of high school, being stop loosed and fighting in Iraq for 15 months, and dealing with a mother and father who have drug and alcohol problems, Mister T.E.Z has released his first album which pokes fun at his past and is wittingly named Rehab Is 4 Quitters. Mister T.E.Z brings a new sound to the rap world. With a southern draw and a hint of some Eminemish sounds, Mister T.E.Z is a refreshing dose of what hip-hop was meant to be. Trying to tell stories his music with tracks like Never Forget, Didn't I, Let Me Be Your Light and Emma's Letter (a song written in Iraq for his wife and daughter) you can tell the drive and motivation behind T.E.Z's music. Along with other swagger, krunk, and club driven songs like Swagtastic, G.T.F.B, Rainy Nights, and Blowin Dro. It is easy to tell that T.E.Z is going to be a sure hit. While being able to relate to the hustle and grind of his fellow Atliens T.E.Z also is able to provide something for ladies as well, like Good Morning, Creep Chick, She Want me, and I Like It Slow. T.E.Z has proven to be a gifted rapper and versatile with his lyrics and poetic at the same time. Mister T.E.Z's new record Rehab Is 4 Quitters provides something for everyone regardless of race and background. Mister T.E.Z also proves that he isn't scared of expressing his point of views with the controversial track Hip-Hop and Poetry Corner. T.E.Z proves once again that he wants the rap/hip-hop community to stay fresh and isn't afraid of a fight or afraid to pick one for that matter. Rehab Is 4 Quitters has just been released in Georgia and iTunes.