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Tueazee – I Know

Tueazee – I Know

Tueazee – I Know
Tueazee – I Know



RELEASE DATE:  July 10, 2018



Apple Music



Tueazee  (pronounced too-easy) is an exciting music group based in Augusta, GA, and they have been making music for about a year now.
Releasing music under the J Tizzle Muzic label, the group recently unveiled a new, exciting single titled “I Know.”
The song is a great example of Tueazee’s pure and uncompromising combination of new and old-school hip-hop, making for a driven, direct, and fast-paced feel that knows no compromises whatsoever.
Their flow echoes the work of seminal performers such as Jay Z, Kendrick Lamar, Common, or J Cole, bridging the gaps between the unmistakable tone of the 90s golden age and the modern feel.
Ultimately, “I Know” stands out as a perfect combination of old-school hip-hop and modern punch, making for a striking, professional, and world-class production value.



Discuss your music.
Creative hymns that give the hopeless a purpose.


Brief us on how to impress fans during a live performance.
Slick moves or phases involving the crowd and also stepping out into the crowd to feel their pulse.


List the names of your biggest supporters.
The most high.


Discuss your experience as an artist.
Arduous but fulfilling.


Tell us the biggest mistake you have ever made in your music career.
Quitting my craft when I didn’t see a way…
Discuss the story behind the song.
Many people pose as others
A few friends are fraudulent
Some of them even leech off of your energy
“I know”.
Tell us the greatest piece of advice someone has given you as an artist.
Pit stops are necessary on your road to success.
Tell us what you will improve or change in your music.
With ever-changing concepts and limitless rhyme schemes, the sound can be a little raspier aiming to target many genres.


Discuss your best mood during a performance.
Slightly agitated and an empty stomach.


List your best artists with reasons.
Muddy Waters due to his mannish twang raspy vocals and poverty-stricken stories.
Lupe Fiasco due to his visually descriptive lyrics and humongous wordplay.
Adele due to her powerful yet wispy voice that overpowers any record.


Discuss your songwriting and recording.
If I’m doing the country genre I want a little glum but satisfaction on the other hand, if I’m doing a hip hop track I want to be poignant and confident.
These mindsets go into the recording aspect as well.
State the title of the album and the reason for choosing the title.
Glo up
Glo being an acronym
G God L like O ones
 so glo up…

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