Florida rapper T’Juan has teamed up with New York Rapper Fred The Godson to deliver the visual for their hit single “Came Up”! Shot in NYC, T’Juan turns up and has fun has he let’s people know he is more than what he seems. Fred Da Godson is a perfect compliment to T’Juan’s style with fresh lyrics and swag. With lyrics and energy reaching maximum winds on the track, its the perfect lick to add to your playlist.
Being the eldest of four brothers and raised by a single mom who passed away a few years ago, T’Juan’s journey was tumultuous to say the least. But by grace and full support from his label, No Compromise Records, the Jacksonville native has been able to overcome every adversity, growing into the multifaceted artist he is today.
With the ability to create music that transcends and turns any walk of life into a fan is indeed a mystery, which is why T’Juan has aptly been called “The Mystery Kid.”
Becoming a teen parent and facing life’s experiences head on, T’Juan credits his faith and love for music as the guiding light that keeps his infectiously great spirit shining in any room. Working with the likes of Wayne Wonder, Zaytoven, and many other prominent artists and producers, T’Juan is no stranger to the Billboard charts in different genres.
In 2009, he released his first album ’29:11′ with the lead single “Best Friend” finding its way onto BET’s 106 & Park. Keeping momentum, T’Juan went on to release a series of mixtapes over the next few years, called Real Positive Radio, with the legendary Bigga Rankin. The first tape, “The Arrival,” became an instant fan favorite and moved over 100,000 physical units, opening the doors for T’Juan’s fan base to grow across the country and afforded him to win several independent music awards. The consistency in progression would catch the attention of BET again in 2012 and T’Juan was asked to tour with the BET “Rap IT Up” campaign to spread the message of HIV/AIDS Awareness. In 2014, T’Juan’s career took an upward turn with the release of two gospel singles “Made” and “Pray for Me” which landed him a spot on Billboard’s Top 30, but don’t label him a gospel artist.
Keeping his thumb on the pulse of hip hop, T’Juan turned around in 2015 and released another project with Bigga Rankin titled “The Last Mixtape,” which has been getting rave reviews from fans to music execs all over.
Keep up with T’Juan on twitter: @TJuan or on www.tjuan.com