Too Many T's
Too Many T's

Too Many T's

GBRHip Hop, Alternative Hip Hop
34,610 monthly listeners
  • 11.7K followers
  • 14.9K subscribers
  • 9.8K followers
  • 23.1K followers
  • 6.3K followers

Too Many T's's Top Spotify Songs

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Artist Name
Mad
7K streams
2
Artist Name
Roots
789 streams
3
Artist Name
God Save The T's
728 streams
4
Artist Name
Start The Fire
629 streams
5
Artist Name
Amigos
497 streams
7K
Streams last week

Mad

Too Many Zooz, Too Many T's
789
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728
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629
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497
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442
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345
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Too Many T's's YouTube Videos

930.7K
Views

Too Many T's – Featuring Alexa (Full Version)

Too Many T's

Too Many T's – Featuring Alexa (Full Version)
Youtube
930.7K views
Mar 18, 2018
921K
Views
Too Many T's - God Save The T's
Youtube
921K views
Jun 27, 2017
529.4K
Views
Too Many T's - Start The Fire [Logang] (Official Audio)
Youtube
529.4K views
Mar 18, 2018

Events51 Events

Sep
08-10
Illusive Festival
United Kingdom
GBR
, CorbyN/A N/A
Past
Aug
24-27
Gone Wild Festival
United Kingdom
GBR
, ExeterN/A N/A
Past
Aug
09-13
Boomtown Fair
United Kingdom
GBR
, WinchesterN/A N/A
Past
Jul
20-23
Nozstock
United Kingdom
GBR
, BromyardN/A N/A
Past
May
25-28
Shindig Festival
United Kingdom
GBR
, VentnorN/A N/A
Past

Too Many T's's Past Events51 Events

  • Illusive Festival festival

    Vibe Chemistry, Blastoyz, Liquid Soul, Ace Ventura, O.B.F Sound System, Berg, Morten Granau, Freestylers, Gray, A.M.C a.k.a Alex Mark Calvert, Avalon, Distorted Dreams, Gonzi, Black Sun Empire, Talamasca, Juno Reactor, Prince Fatty, Vandal, Oppidan, Break, Outsiders, Sweet Female Attitude, Inja, GMS, The Four Owls, DJ Rap, Hixxy, Ragga Twins, DJ Hype, Beans On Toast, Static Movement, Symbolic, Father Funk, Charlie P, Coming Soon!!!, DJ Hybrid, A.Skillz, Breakage, Emok, Pete Cannon, Sully, Plump DJs, Natty, Oxide & Neutrino, Nicky Blackmarket, Chimpo, JFB, Coco Bryce, The Showhawk Duo, Rider Shafique, Bryan Gee, Heist, Too Many T's, Kelvin 373, Sterling Moss, Meat Katie, The Dj Producer, Carasel, Chris Liberator, Shosh, Horseman, Ama, Rennie Pilgrem, Chicago Loop, YOWII, DJ Randall, Tommy Pulse, Katalyst, TWOGOOD, Scratch Perverts, Max B Grant, TUXEDO JUNCTION, Dwarde, Arne L II, UBERDRUCK, Geezer, Sharkey, DJ Slideout, Dj Scorpio, Ed Real, DJ Tom X, Mr Bon Suis
    GBR, Corby
    Small
  • Gone Wild Festival festival

    Ella Henderson, Sugababes, Gabrielle, Scouting For Girls, Feeder, Andy and the Odd Socks, Altern 8, High Fade, Too Many T's, Piqued Jacks, 2 Bad Mice, Leeroy Thornhill, Bez, Jimi Needles, Noble Jacks, Long Tonic, Oh My God! It's The Church, Woody Cook, Horses On The Beach, Thrill Collins, DARLIN, Hatchet, Austin Ventour, Fatboy Tim, lazy snacks, Band Theft Audio
    GBR, Exeter
    Medium
  • Boomtown Fair festival

    Cypress Hill, The Prodigy, Flowdan, Sub Focus, Beenie Man, Dimension, Mura Masa, Hedex, Sister Sledge, Sammy Virji, Loyle Carner, Queen Omega, Nia Archives, Skindred, Barrington Levy, Interplanetary Criminal, Alcemist, L'Entourloop, goddard., Joy Anonymous, Kabaka Pyramid, Dana Immanuel, Confidence Man, Young Fathers, Hamdi, Rebelion, A Little Sound, Too Many Zooz, Charlotte Haining, Mefjus, Yard Act, TSHA, Eats Everything, Hudson Mohawke, Serum, The Mary Wallopers, Seun Kuti, Andy C, Sudan Archives, Leftfield, Peaches, IMANU, VTSS, Macka B, Mungo's Hi Fi, p-rallel, Shadow Child, KOJAQUE, Yin Yin, Goldie, Sota, HAAi, DJ Marky, KiNK, Gray, MC Eksman, Whiney, Denham Audio, Lens, Catching Cairo, LTJ Bukem, Sad Night Dynamite, Beardyman, Jeshi, Enei, Trigga, The Mouse Outfit, Frankie Stew and Harvey Gunn, Etherwood, DJ Luck & MC Neat, Thumpasaurus, Vandal, Oppidan, DJ Boring, Liam Bailey, Inja, The Skints, The Four Owls, Mandidextrous, MPH, Flava D, Congo Natty, Mr. Williamz, DJ Rap, Hixxy, Degs, Unglued, Tantrum Desire, Harry Shotta, B-Complex, Alt Blk Era, Lenzman, Subhumans, Warmduscher, Champion, The Sauce, Mala, Gardna, Dillinja, Visages, Talisk, Arielle Free, Strategy, Radium, DJ Q, La Kajofol, MY BABY, Troy Berkley, AC13, Beans On Toast, Kasra, MC Stretch, 4am Kru, Sir Spyro, Calyx, Magugu, Helena Hauff, Kiko Bun, Floxytek, Ruthless, Izco, DJ KARA, DRS, Breakage, Lambrini Girls, Rohaan, Slipmatt, Ray Keith, Sam Binga, Micah Shemaiah, Dread MC, Crossy, Charli Brix, DJ Fuckoff, Sully, Juls, PVA, SPFDJ, Flohio, The Mauskovic Dance Band, KOKOKO!, Chimpo, Charlie Tee, JFB, Coco Bryce, Tim Reaper, Sally C, Altern 8, Enola Gay, Panic Shack, Aries, Navy, Channel One Sound System, CC:DISCO!, Jakes, Wu-Lu, BLACKGOLD, Blabbermouf, High Fade, Dope Ammo, Too Many T's, The Busy Twist, Matt Jam Lamont, Reek0, The Chairman, Madam X, Sainte, Lobsta B, Bianca Oblivion, Conrad Subs, Liondub, N'ZENG, Sicaria, Random Hand, Indubious, sp:mc, Nine8 Collective, Samurai Breaks, Blackout JA, Kelvin 373, ONIPA, Kibir La Amlak, The Menstrual Cramps, Tom McGuire & the Brassholes, The Restarts, Pengshui, Fizzy Gillespie, DJ Storm, Bare Jams, SCALER, Bish, URNE, The Bar Stool Preachers, The Entitled Sons, Elli Acula, Mad Dog Mcrea, PUPIL SLICER, Equiknoxx Music, Ashanti Selah, Shanique Marie, Dr. Banana, Napes, MikkiM, Danniella Dee, Goth-Trad, Bradley Zero, TYGAPAW, Riskee and The Ridicule, Sterling Moss, Girls Don’t Sync, Black Water County, Benton, Mobius Loop, Honeyfeet, natty lou, Faintest Idea, Marcus Visionary, DJ ADHD, Wonk Unit, CLT DRP, Mark EG, Carasel, Chunky, Lady Lykez, Saint Ludo, AK Sports, Shumba Youth, My Bad Sister, E-coli, Egypt 80, Kaiju, Uncle Dugs, Rayowa, Mr bruce, Inner Terrestrials, Ama, WBBL, X-Ray Ted, King Prawn, CARSICK, Public Serpents, Feminine Hi-Fi, T-Menace, dr dubplate, Dakka Skanks, Deemas J, Jman, Balkan Bomba, tokky horror, Kreed, Gavsborg, Jinx In Dub, Tonn Piper, Jay Carder, Raz & Afla, Pizzatramp, Oh My God! It's The Church, Silkie, Aerial Salad, Funke and The Two Tone Baby, DJ QuestionMark, Pôngo, Samantics, LEI DI DAI, Myki Tuff, Friendly Fire Band, TC & The Groove Family, K-65, Becca D, Afraid of the Dark?, Storm Mollison, Teshay Makeda, Aysha Loren, TASHA, 24hr Garage Girls, THE LEYLINES, Radical Dance Faction, Sunliner, Time Cow, Cosmic Ninja, Interrupt, Klose One, Old Time Sailors, Medic MC, Multiplex MC, The Youth Play, ICKLE, Captain Flatcap, Sheelanagig, Megatronic, decibella, King Original Sound, Dionne Reid, Dwarde, Hikury Beach, King Salami and the Cumberland 3, Teleraptor, Wilswood Buoys, Karma Sheen, K.O.G., Bassie Gracie, King Shiloh, Revrt, China Shop Bull, Mr. Tea & The Minions, Dutchie, Monroller, Sinai (IT), MR FITZ, Mellowmatic, The Turner Brothers, Sister Suzie, Bluntskull, Imprints, Killdren, Dog Rotten, Filthy Militia, Who Knew, Bonfire Radicals, Theo Mizu, Movin Whata, MIKE DENNIS, Arrival Sound System, Howlin' Ric & The Rocketeers, One Eyed God, Seas of Mirth, Lionpulse, Sheba Q, DJ CHRIS TOFU, ESKIMO NEBULA, Rory McLeod, Sisters In Dub, DJ Can’t Say No, FRANKEE D, Dave Skywalker, Josie Bee, Li-z, Lead Shot Hazard, Freshta, Comeback Clit, Marley, The Whiskey Rebellion, Dogz or Godz, The Future Shape Of Sound, Dj Priya, MC Texas, Noisy antics, Ayito, Count Skylarkin, Ic3, MC I.D, Opa Rosa, Dj Lowkey, Casual Nausea, Saku Sahara, Gamma Rave, Nathan X, The Skimmity Hitchers, MC Mad-X, The Rin Tins, Mischa & His Merry Men, Roshambo, Jointhedots, phoebe, The Renegade, Tarantism, DJ Soyboi, Sixteen String Jack, Anna Prank, Blackberry Wood, BLUMITSU, Jamie Moon, Ynez, Blackeye MC, Ed Spinna, Rosco Shakes, The Devil's Damned String Band, Squid, The Midnight Alliance, CooPs, L.S.B, X-Trakt, Toby Spin, Big Red Ass, Chicha Morada, Hamdi a.k.a. ATM, SGT Pokes, Dr Butler's Hatstand Medicine Band, DJ Slanty, DJ Business Lady, LOTU, the marching skaletons, Dry White Bones, FFTP, ilydai, shunTA!, MonkeyFist, Some Dogs, Navigator, Big Pollo
    GBR, Winchester
    Mega
  • Nozstock festival

    The Wailers, Alcemist, Shy FX, Fat Freddy's Drop, Grandmaster Flash, Prime, Mefjus, General Levy, S.P.Y, DJ Marky, Gray, Whiney, Lens, Catching Cairo, Nati Dreddd, The Allergies, Stamina MC, Mandidextrous, Degs, Unglued, David Rodigan, Gardna, MY BABY, Beans On Toast, Eva Lazarus, Crossy, Charli Brix, Plump DJs, PAV4N, Charlie Tee, Prophecy, High Fade, Too Many T's, Dirty Secretz, GAWP, Shelf Lives, Hospitality, Choppa, HOLY MOLY AND THE CRACKERS, Kenny Ken, Kara, Tír na nÓg, Maksim MC, Leeroy Thornhill, Chillz, Sonny Wharton, The Deep Blue, E-coli, Mr bruce, Dex, Space Jump, Drifta, Melin Melyn, Jessie Marcella, Rez, POLO LILLI, Foreign Affairs, Dom Kane, LowQui MC, Ed cox, Trafic MC, Katie Spencer, Mad Apple Circus, Thrill Collins, The Family Battenberg, Binbag Wisdom, The Pleasure Dome, Roving Crows, Endaf, Octo Pi, SPLONIE, Frenetic, Gasper Nali, APH, Ron Mexico, SJ Hill, Los Dedos, Dubruvvas, Spencer Jones, The Demon Barbers, artemis, Seas of Mirth, Bethlehem Casuals, demetria, French Alps Tiger, Crinkle Cuts, AREVIEJÉ, Studio 54, FLASH CASSETTE, MURF, Hobbs, DARK ARTS CLUB, Natty Speaks, Human Error, Psweatpants, Esme Banks, DON PIPER, House Meanz House, DD Darillo, Wakey Wakey Rise & Shine, Wilderman, Kayco', Echo Gecco, Razzomo, The Social Ignition, STEZ, Katon, Paul Flynn, Gated Estates, Neutrino, INNERKEY, King's Alias, fluro, Eresid, Gabby Gunn, Collette The Dots, Sublingual, VERSTYLE, Luke Stanger, Joe Jacobs, Parasite, TRI CITY FANFARE, Jenk$, THE BALKANEERS, Remidy MC, Bloco B, CMPND
    GBR, Bromyard
    Medium
  • Shindig Festival festival

    Sister Sledge, Dawn Penn, Skratch Bastid, DJ Nu-Mark, Delilah Bon, Stanton Warriors, Mr. C, TC, Erol Alkan, Flava D, Aphrodite, David Rodigan, Warmduscher, Beans On Toast, Skinnyman, Kathy Sledge, Eva Lazarus, Father Funk, The Nextmen, A.Skillz, K.O.G, Luke Vibert, Zed Bias, Jaguar Skills, T>I, Plump DJs, Kleu, Bill Brewster, Altern 8, The Egg, Jakes, Dave Spoon, Dutty Moonshine Big Band, DJ Format, DJ Micky Finn, Too Many T's, Melvo Baptiste, Terry Farley, Dr Meaker, Smoove, Shades of Rhythm, Sam Redmore, Kenny Ken, Huey Morgan, 2 Bad Mice, Norman Jay MBE, Mobius Loop, Miss Melody, Nightwave, Extra Medium, Uncle Dugs, DJ Prime Cuts, WBBL, X-Ray Ted, Posthuman, Nick Reach Up, Mr Thing, Mr Doris, Oh My God! It's The Church, TWOGOOD, Funke and The Two Tone Baby, TASHA, Wes Baggaley, Aziza Jaye, Old Time Sailors, Micky Stardust, Hippo Sound System, Simone Marie Butler, Knats, Hong Kong Ping Pong, TUXEDO JUNCTION, rua tui, Ngaio, DJ Emma, Wes Please, Justin Harris, Waggles, Ushti Baba, MR FITZ, MADLY, Chris Duckenfield, China Bowls, Jaye Ward, Daddy Nature, TobyONE, Mid Nite Life, Ellis Dee, Feline, Bear Twists, Shepdog, Natty Speaks, PRofit, Towlie DJ, Clare and the NoisE, DJ Simon Lloyd, She, Robot, Love Boat, Betty Waxx, DJ RED i, DJ Call Me Dave, Headmix, The Sly Players, The Suspicious Jazz Roll-Ups, DJ Business Lady, Kate Williams, Luke Stereo, Darren Jay, Mistress Mo
    GBR, Ventnor
    Small

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Too Many T's's Beatport Songs

1
Artist Name
Take R Time (feat. Too Many T's) (Original Mix)
Released on Oct 25, 2019
2
Artist Name
Doin' The Conga (Original Mix)
Released on Dec 01, 2023
3
Artist Name
Doin' Tha Conga (Instrumental)
Released on Dec 01, 2023
4
Artist Name
Panther (DJ Zebra et Prosper Remix)
Released on Sep 24, 2020
5
Artist Name
Crazy Diamonds (Rico Tubbs & Terry Hooligan Remix)
Released on Jan 19, 2018

Doin' Tha Conga (Instrumental)

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More about Too Many T's

Overview of Alternative Hip Hop musician Too Many T's

An up-and-coming hip-hop duo from London, England is called Too Many T's. Hip Hop and Alternative Hip Hop are blended together in their songs to create a unique, upbeat, and thought-provoking sound. Too Many T's have been reshaping the UK music landscape and beyond with their catchy songs, contagious sounds, and dynamic stage presence.

Old-school Hip Hop, funk, soul, and rock are prominent elements in their music, which also incorporates contemporary production methods. Due to their common love of music and desire to try new genres and styles, the duo has developed a distinctive sound. Their clever, perceptive, and frequently hilarious songs demonstrate their skill in wordplay and narrative.

Too Many T's are renowned for their exhilarating live performances, which have brought them a devoted following and favorable reviews. Their music is proof of the ability of hip hop to unite people, destroy barriers, and spur social change. Too Many T's are certain to be a force to be reckoned with in the years to come as they continue to push the boundaries of what is feasible in hip-hop.

What are the most popular songs for Alternative Hip Hop musician Too Many T's?

British Hip Hop group Too Many T's is located in London. Their upbeat and vivacious performances have helped them establish a name for themselves in the Alternative Hip Hop industry. God Save The T's, "Start The Fire," "Panther," "Sixty's Ford," "Django (feat. Too Many T's)," "Hang Tight," "Everyday People," "Diamonds Gold (Ice, White & Black)," "Crazy Diamonds," and "Talk Talk" are some of their best-known songs.

Fast-paced and full of appealing lyrics, "God Save The T's" displays the band's distinctive sound. The catchy wording and energetic rhythm make it a fan favorite right away. Another well-known song with a groovy beat and lovely vocals is "Start The Fire." The song is a tribute to never giving up on one's ambitions.

"Panther" has a more somber tone, a slower tempo, and lyrics that are reflective. The band's distinctive approach is evident in every verse as the song addresses themes of self-doubt and tenacity. The song "Sixty's Ford" transports listeners back in time with its nostalgic vibe. The band's storytelling skills are on full display as the song's lyrics vividly depict growing up in a bygone era.

In general, Too Many T's has a distinctive sound that distinguishes them from other Hip Hop acts. They have a devoted following because of their talent at fusing many genres and writing memorable hooks. They are among the most well-known Alternative Hip Hop acts in the UK for a reason—they have contagious energy and powerful lyrics.

What are the latest songs and music albums for Alternative Hip Hop musician Too Many T's?

With their most recent album, "All Good Good," which was released in 2022, the London-based hip hop group Too Many T's has been making waves in the music industry. The album showcases the duo's distinctive sound and hilarious lyrics with a blend of alternative hip-hop and vintage beats. It's guaranteed that songs like "Good Vibes Only" and "Ain't No Thing" will get you moving and dancing.

Too Many T's have released a number of new singles in addition to their most recent album, including "That's Life," "Roots," "Everything Will Be Alright," and "So Nice (Remix)." These songs, which have memorable hooks and contagious beats, are proof of the duo's adaptability and capacity to make music that connects with listeners.

Overall, Too Many T's current album and singles continue to push the limits of hip hop and alternative hip hop music. We can't wait to hear what they have in store for us next because of their distinctive sound and astute lyrics, which are guaranteed to keep listeners coming back for more.

Which are the most important music performances and festival appearances for Alternative Hip Hop musician Too Many T's?

Throughout their career, Too Many T's, a hip hop and alternative hip hop music duo from London, United Kingdom, has made notable appearances at numerous festivals and venues. They have performed at a number of prestigious festivals, including Boardmasters, Fusion, Womad, NASS, and Camp Bestival. They have a devoted following and a standing as one of the most exciting musical acts of the modern era because to their spectacular performances.

Too Many T's performed at the Melkweg in Amsterdam, and their crowd was left begging for more. The two had an infectious stage presence, and their rhyming prowess was evident. Every phrase was sung along to by the crowd, and the energy level was high. Birmingham's Hare & Hounds Kings Heath was another memorable location for Too Many T's. The small venue allowed for a more intimate interaction with the crowd, and the group took advantage of this by getting to know their fans better.

Too Many T's has also performed at Thekla Bristol, Oslo Hackney, and Hootananny Brixton in addition to these locations. Every show was different, and the duo's charm never failed to awe their audience. Their live performances are consistently entertaining, and their music features a blend of humor and social satire.

Overall, Too Many T's have proven to be one of London's most interesting hip hop and alternative hip hop artists. One of the best live performers currently, their reputation has been solidified by their appearances at numerous festivals and locations. Fans all across the world adore their music as they continue to tour and record.

Which are the most important collaborations with other musicians for Alternative Hip Hop musician Too Many T's?

Too Many T's is renowned for working with a variety of gifted musicians to produce some of the most iconic hip-hop and alternative hip-hop songs. The song "Django (feat. Too Many T's)" by Swingrowers is one of their most memorable collaborations. Swingrowers' distinctive electro-swing sound and Too Many T's distinctive style combine in this song to create a bright and upbeat melody that is likely to get fans moving.

Proleter's contribution to the song "Everyday People" is another noteworthy collaboration. Proleter's funky sounds and Too Many T's skillful lyricism combine to create a song that is great for any party or gathering. The single, which is a fan favorite among hip hop and alternative hip hop listeners, showcases the duo's camaraderie.

Even if all of Too Many T's projects are outstanding, it's difficult to overlook their work on "Crazy Diamonds" with Dub Pistols. The track's sharp-witted rhymes from Too Many T's and gritty sounds from Dub Pistols combine flawlessly to create an original and energetic vibe. The partnership is evidence of Too Many T's flexibility because it shows how well they can meld their sound with different musical styles.

Overall, Too Many T's have consistently demonstrated their dominance in the music industry, and their associations with Swingrowers, Proleter, and Dub Pistols only serve to further this assertion. They are one of the most interesting hip hop and alternative hip hop bands to watch out for because to their distinctive sound and capacity to collaborate with various musicians.