For All Points-Of-The-View.
TC Da Outlaw steps into the studio and begins his musical career with talents of this magnitude unseen in quite some time. TC Da Outlaw released his debut mixtape “Coming all the Way Down“ in and 2005 featured Rich Boy. It marked the streets with an artist that whom will undoubtedly be around for a long time to come. TC first untitled tracks were self-produced in one week, which were a total of 18 tracks that were solely him going in hard on the mic. During the time the Texas vibe of screw music was heavy in the streets, leading TC to link up with Tricky Trav from Cleveland who would connect him with Chamillionaire, 50/50 from Houston, and Magno; he made copies of the cds himself and flood the streets. The streets response was two thumbs up. Following his first rough draft, TC would go on to release “The Takeover” in 2006 with all original beats produced by YT the Great. TC’s 2008 “Money on the Way” mixtape brought out recognition of his lyrical talent and proved too many that TC had consistency and could be a force in the industry. Based on the success of his initial three mixtape releases TC took the opportunity in 2010 to collaborate with other artists for a while and continue to keep his next venture under works. TC best describes his list of features as, “the city” because there are definitely too many to name. His project “OG Status” released late 2013 served as his graduation from the streets and face to the music industry.
TC da Outlaw is the ultimate representative of the music and street scene in Alabama. Rapping in the studio for more than 15 years, Outlaw releases his 13th mixtape “The Redprint” hosted by Bigga Rankin. Maturity in the industry comes with knowledge and this time around Outlaw is establishing his brand MGA (Major Grind Association).