Born and raised in South Central L.A., R&B singer Tee FLii has been working his way through the music industry for several years now. While he was influenced early on by his church’s gospel music, Tee Flii got his start in music dancing at the young age of 14 in the 2005 Oscar nominated documentary Rize by David LaChapelle. From there he would later be featured in Stomp the Yard along side Chris Brown and other famous choreographers, ultimately leading to his interest and growth as a singer and songwriter. From those opportunities, an R&B sensation was born as Tee Flii began taking steps to develop his skills working with Sean Kingston and Omarion. Now years later, Tee Flii has brought it all together combining the rhythmic skills of dance with his uncanny ability to sing and song write to create a style of music that he calls “Flii & B,” which is showcased on his free release AnnieRUO’TAY 2 (The TakeOver). The project, which features appearances by YG, Nipsey Hussle, Badd Lucc, Problem, Skeme, Pooh Bear and production from 1500 or Nothin’, DJ Mustard and The Futuristiks is available after the jump for stream and download, courtesy of Live Mixtapes.. take note.
Last night something epic went down at the Roxy in Hollywood. There was a dumpster onstage, there was back up dancers but really, what was on display was just a good time. Overdoz gets a lot of LA love and it’s only trouble when you bring out Kurupt midway through the set for the So-cal super hit “Ain’t no fun”. Skeme’s verse on “I don’t wanna be your girlfriend”? Dj’ing in southeast asia, that was the most requested record this march. Those were some cinematic intermissions that at work backstage, the size of that Hennessy bottle alone. Creamie, Kent, Tube & Sleezy def held down the stage lyrically for a Tuesday on sunset it was only thing happening. Breezy Love Joy happened to set a high point of shows I’ve seen him do personally, this time with Emon, but I missed Nola Darling’s set. All and all an amazing night. Thundercat was in the house, Brooke D’ Leau of J*Davey, just so many beautiful people. To see Overdoz now fully realized and poised to take over the mainstream music market, was a nice weekday wind down. The pure number of blunts onstage, and in the crowd had to set some kind of record. Security Guards shook their heads disapprovingly all night but you could not be mad. …MORE