"So now I'll walk in the "good works" that have been prepared for me/ God'll work 'em out, I just trust in faith that He's there for me" On his debut album, Kingdom People, Tedashii a.k.a Tdot, communicates his heart with boldness and authenticity wanting listeners to understand that we are people with a purpose bigger than ourselves.
Many have heard him on Lecrae's debut album Real Talk, and on the 116 Clique Compilation album with tracks like 'Represent,' 'In Ya Hood,' and 'Impressed,' but now with 19 tracks dedicated to unleashing what's been on this brother's heart you can expect a serious album.
"Kingdom People to me is a look into the practical side of walking out our Christian faith. From a testimonial and very introspective view, I desire to encourage and challenge us, through my own experiences and struggles which a lot of believers also struggle with, to stand firm in our faith. I pray this album becomes more than another disc in your hip hop collection, but a tool that will be utilized fully by the Lord!"
With roots down in Houston, TX, Tedashii brings a distinct flavor you won't find anywhere else. Southern bangers like "Houston We Have a Problem", and introspective tracks like "This Song's For You", Kingdom People is an album that hits from all angles. Featuring production by Lecrae, Tony Stone, J.R., Mac, and others, plus guest spots by Flame, Lecrae, Trip Lee, J.R., Cam, and others, you want to make sure that you have copy in rotation.
Tedashii's latest Identity Crisis hit stores in May of 2009 and has received a good reception.
|Kingdom People||2006||Reach Records|
|Identity Crises||2009||Reach Records|