Hailing from Brooklyn, New York, T.R.A.C. Is demonstrative of the borough's rich history of lyrical prowess. As a staple in both the drum & bass and underground hip-hop scenes of New York, he has been a consistent presence on the microphone since 1997. His repertoire features work with both legendary and pioneering artists including LTJ Bukem, Roni Size, Paul Sg, and Goldie. His lyrical vocabulary allows him to walk the line between genres, garnering him acclamation for his bluesy hiphop efforts to crowd-rocking drum and bass accompaniment.
T.R.A.C. Made his solo debut on BBE Records with the Network, fully produced by 4hero's Marc Mac. OE4 magazine gave the project a 6-star rating. Other projects include Visioneers Hipology and This Is That on Omniverse Records. T.R.A.C. has also worked with international artists, teaming up with UK's Lewis Parker on both Lewis Parker's Home Grown Hip Hop to his recent 2013 critically acclaimed The
Glass Ceiling. Most recently, he has dropped singles with Jazzsticks/Goodlooking artist Paul Sg. In September of 2013, they released Strive which reached top 3 on the Juno singles charts. This led to being featured and hosting on Liquid V’s Club Sessions compilation (Vol.5). T.R.A.C. teamed up with Paul Sg once again on Let Me Show, a soulful liquid song fueled by T.R.A.C.'s uplifting lyrics and La Meduza’s sultry voice. Both songs are currently respected and spun by locals and DJs abroad.
As momentum keeps building, be sure to check his music and catch him in action. Whether Hip Hop or Drum & Bass, T.R.A.C. has proven himself to be a true talent and like a fire, there seems to be more and more catching on to him.