America-based Liberian Rapper, Tito Gee, is proving to be a star in the making.
His lyrical prowess and unique vocal ability enable him to ‘spit’ on any beat. In a pool of truly talented Liberian artists, Tito Gee has been placed in a class of his own for his catchy choruses and hooks.
On stage, the singer and rapper’s energetic and electrified performances leave his fans always mesmerized. The Phoenix based Liberian rapper is heavily influenced by Hip-hop, Trap and Afrobeat genres.
His music reaches a fanbase of approximately 6,000 fans every month and has a direct online reach of a million plus music lovers every month and a half.
As an independent artist, he has released three singles, and is currently one of the bestselling Liberian artist.
Tito Gee, a versatile singer and songwriter, grew up in a drug-infested community in Pennsylvania, with a single parent where drug dealers were the only role models.
However, it was the city’s music culture that impacted his music career. Tito Gee recalls, “I became obsessed with music for the city rap battle at that time. It helped me stay off the streets. Now I want to use my music to inspire and motivate people”.
His debut single, “Imported Bride”, which features Momo, landed him an interview on one of the biggest radio stations in Philadelphia- Power FM, at its 2003 release. The song went on to become the station’s “Song of the Month”.
Tito Gee’s ability to keep pushing forward, despite the rise in his popularity, affords him the opportunity to chat with Akon in New York and talk about his music.