Timothy Lamont Moore (born in Flint, Michigan), better known by his stage name "Peewee" and formerly Fflame, is an American rapper who once nearly lost his life during a street incident. In 1997 he released his debut single, "Clap Ya Hands, and has since Produced songs for many artist including The Dayton Family's 2004 "Family Feud, 2005’s "Camouflage" with Mc Breed and The DFC, 2007’s highly successful single "Pedigree" featuring the legendary Pimp C of UGK and 2009's
'Playas Ball" with Jake the Flake. His latest studio work has been with a list of stars, including Snoop Dog, Young Joc, Omarion, Kesha Cole, Bonecrusher and Gucci Mane.
Peewee grew up in the Civic Park area on the west side of Flint. He started rapping at the age of 10. However, before starting his music career, he worked at several other jobs including working at a factory, Target, working at McDonald’s, and even cutting hair.
Peewee was one of the first artists to sign with Robbins / BMG Records. In 1997, he released Clap Ya Hands under the name of Fflame. Due to rave reviews from popular music magazines, he was listed in Billboard Magizine as the most likely to be successful . Despite this recognition, his album achieved little success. Peewee dropped the name “Fflame”... Read More|
... and released his second album Camouflage with mc Breed and the DFC, which was never released outside of Flint’s underground.
In 2005, he teamed with fellow Flint act “The Dayton Family” on the album “Family Feud” leading to a contract with Koch Records. He produced songs for
Faith Evans, Juvenile and more. Peewee then formed his own 75 North’ label which has himself and "a new artist "Taztro" with releases due early 2011.
Peewee developed a good reputation in rap circles leading to work with Dayton Family, Lil kim, Drag-onRas Kass, Royce Da 5’9”, Shaquille O’Neal, and Da Brat. However, he plans to produce a number-one record under his own label.