From the gritty streets of ATL comes a music movement unlike any other of its kind. At the forefront of this movement is a new and upcoming artist by the name of Tatt2terry. Tatt2terry has long mastered the art of becoming many different things to many different people. Most commonly known (in and outside the entertainment industry) as an actor, host, tattoo and sketch artist, singer songwriter, recording artist, producer, engineer, performing artist and ghost writer, he truly is the living definition of a jack-of-all-trades. Because of his uncanny ability to always have a hand in all things entertainment, he was given the name Young Hollywood by his industry peers. Tatt2terry represents a hidden fraternity of ghost writers behind some of today’s top Hip-Hop and R&B acts. So the next time you put in a CD of your favorite artist, you never know, you could be listening to a record that Tatt2terry wrote, produced and engineered.
Tatt2terry was born Zione Michaels. Blessed at an early age with the gift to create vivid images of the world he saw around him. Tatt2terry is a prolific story teller by nature. Be it by his realistic illustrations or his true to life songwriting skills. Terry will definitely become a household name in the near future. At his current state, Tatt2terry’s resume is very extensive. At only age 23, Tatt2terry manages to find time to run two prominent tattoo shops in the greater Atlanta area. He heads up the promotions department at Rolling Out magazine partnered with the people’s station V-103 and Shakefire.com, just to name a few. Buzz began to grow when Tatt2terry made his debut on mySpace with 6 million plays and 12 million profile views. Major labels all around came a calling with several offers on the table. Tatt2terry chose to remain behind the scenes and release his mixtape “Gimme Wealth or Gimme Death” independently until he creates the exact situation that will catapult him into the mainstream music industry.
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