With his distinctive, striking vocal timbre and unremitting determination to succeed.
It was inevitable for T-Shyne to have caught the attention of Young Thug and eventually signed to YSL records. After relocating to Harlem, the New York-bred rapper marked the beginnings of his music career. Co-signs from TM88 before being introduced to Thugger himself.
From here on, he would be on his tours, jet-setting from city to city. Gaining new experiences in the music world (this would shape and influence his versatile music style). While establishing a solid relationship with Young Thug even before being signed. He admits that it’s about building a relationship first before people can gain mutual trust.
As YSL emphasizes, they have defined themselves as a record label and a family of artists. Whether related by blood or by loyalty, regardless, they have prevailed as a close-knit community supporting each other. Growing an empire together as they strive to dominate the music scene. With T-shyne’s warm welcoming into the YSL community. His path to success was already set in stone after being featured on tracks including “That go” and “Warrior.” From the second compilation album ‘Slime language 2.’ Released by Young Thug and Gunna which peaked at number 1 on US Billboard 200.
T-Shyne created his album “Confetti nights,” which closely mirrors the challenges he faced in his music industry journey. He brings an image of Kobe Bryant (winning a championship with confetti falling on him) to life throughout this album. With his strong lyrical flair while encapsulating his unrelenting path to victory. No doubt, this taps into his vulnerable side, which can be fully transparent and authentic. He expressly wants listeners to be immersed in the storyline and the come-up, not just the finish line.
It’s no surprise that he stands by the belief that no matter the position in his journey. He still hasn’t finished!