Born January 17th, 1986 around 3:30 AM in Huntsville, Alabama, the parents of Terrell Lamon Burt knew their son was special and would achieve numerous goals throughout his lifetime. Most parents believe their children are special, but his parents' faith in God never failed them, and the outcome, so far, has surpassed what they've expected. Throughout his childhood, even prior to his move to Orlando, FL at the age of seven, his teachers always commented and informed his mother on his academic intelligence. "He always seemed to be ahead of the other children," proclaimed Carolyn Virginia Burt, retired budget analyst for the U.S. Federal Government and the beloved mother of Terrell.
In the Summer of 2000, just for fun, Terrell began to write lyrics and record music on his computer. After feeling more comfortable with songwriting, 2003 was the beginning of performances from the teenage songwriter and rapper. To date, he has been profusely writing and recording music and performing at venues, such as churches, clubs, and talent showcases.
During the Fall of 2014, Terrell shifted his focus from traditional artistry to primarily creating music for Film and TV. His first placement was in the award-winning Tracey Anarella directed documentary "Not Black Enough" the following year. "Not Black Enough" has made its rounds at national and international film festivals. In the Spring of 2017, while pursuing music, Terrell received his Masters of Business Administration at Saint Leo University.
Having influences ranging from artists such as Lecrae, Leon Bridges to Tori Kelly, and Natalie Lauren and having an uncommon style, Terrell has made it his job to use a potential musical platform for selfless reasons. His lyrics are encouraging and his faith in God, ambition, and perseverance are sure to carry him to great heights.