“Used to be the shy one sittin’ in the corner...” Is what Northern California’s – Roseville – rapper, Aye Tee spit on his track titled 100 percent. He isn’t the shy one anymore. Now you will find Aye Tee rockin’ a crowd, center stage and behind the mic at the Blue Lamp, or Ace of Spades when he isn’t in the studio creating phat beats and dope lyrics for our ears.

Aye Tee, born in Vallejo, but representin' Roseville, is an emerging force in Northern California’s rap game. In this game, it’s more than just dope beats and catchy lyrics; you have to know the business aspect as well. With a Business Administration degree from William Jessup University and as a local basketball coach, Aye Tee knows the meaning of success.

Aye Tee conveys a commanding message in his lyrics where his confidence is reflected. During a segment in the interview, Ay Tee stressed the importance of free-styling. “You have to be able to come up with things right out of your dome without pen and paper. I have a pen and paper in my head. I see the lines before they even get said.”  If you want to get an idea of what we’re talking about you can purchase tickets for his next show where he is opening for Too Short. On Tha Brink will be featuring Aye Tee’s performance, so come back and check it out.

Check out our interview with Ay Tee

Aye Tee Interview Part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7jZEqocfWe4

Aye Tee Interview Part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0KnGVI4Oo-k


Published by Kristen Debler