Written by Jack Andrew Cribb
Ain’t of Too Many T’s? You should have. The incredibly tenacious and exciting hip hop duo have just released a new track, God Save The T’s, which comes as a teaser for their upcoming and highly anticipated debut album, South City. The group, consisting of Ross Standaloft and Leon Rhymes, have previously supported big acts like Snoop Dogg, Big Daddy Kane, De La Soul, and Public Enemy.
South City will be released in September, and has been produced by big names such as Flux Pavilion and Odjbox, and well damn, it’s sounding fresh. If God Save The T’s is anything to go by, the album should be high energy, raucous, and explicitly fun. The new release itself is fast paced and shows off the duo’s talent for fast-paced, in-your-face bars, set to a pounding and gruff bass beat. It’s a banging track, reminiscent of the more hip hop-influenced work of Rage Against The Machine.
On the new album, Rhymes stated “For us, this just feels like the beginning. To work for over two years on the album and for everything to finally come together, we couldn’t be more hyped to get out there and show people what we’ve been cooking.”
You can check out the new release here.
Too Many T’s will also be embarking on a UK tour to coincide with their album release, and you can find the dates below.
11TH OCT NEWCASTLE. THINK TANK
12TH OCT GLASGOW, HUG & PINT
13TH OCT INVERNESS, MAD HATTERS
14TH OCT LIVERPOOL, 24 KITCHEN STREET
18TH OCT MANCHESTER, THE DEAF INSTITUTE
19TH OCT LEEDS, HYDE PARK BOOK CLUB
20TH OCT NOTTINGHAM, ROCK CITY BASEMENT
21ST OCT BIRMINGHAM, THE SUNFLOWER LOUNGE
24TH OCT CARDIFF, CLWB IFOR BACH
25TH OCT BRISTOL, EXCHANGE
26TH OCT PLYMOUTH, THE JUNCTION
1ST NOV BRIGHTON, HOPE & RUIN
2ND NOV SOUTHAMPTON, JOINERS
3RD NOV OXFORD THE BURLINGTON
4TH NOV BATH, THE NEST
8TH NOV LONDON, OSLO