Texas hip-hop musicians have undoubtedly built the groundwork for modern rap culture. Over the past 2 decades, rap music has evolved in part due to Texas rap artists sounds and slang which has greatly influenced the music world. Rooted deep in the culture, Tite and his “partners in rhyme” have written and recorded music listened to by millions.
Tite (short for his childhood nickname "Pimptite") has a story unlike most hip-hop artist. Overcoming the challenges of starting as an unknown artist to building himself into what most would consider a Texas Legend. Having the history of being a big part of two of the most influential Texas record labels speaks for itself.
Tite started his music career back in 1998 with a collection of freestyle rappers known as the Freestyle Kingz of Dirty 3rd Records. Due to an obvious natural chemistry, Tite and his close friend Chalie Boy came together to deliver numerous classics under the ensemble Chalie Boy & Tite. After a strong run as a group, Tite continued his career as a solo artist joining Dallas powerhouse T-Town Music rapping alongside Dallas legends such as Big Tuck, Tum Tum and Fat Bastard. Shortly after joining T-Town Music, Tite's move seemed like fate as the whole label was signed by... Read More|
... major company Universal-Republic Records (of Universal Music Group) to a multimillion-dollar record deal.
Currently Tite has worked hard to launch his own company "POME Music" to take control of his own destiny and passion for music. Working with a couple of hand-picked top producers he is speaking his life into musical existence. Tite's first release was a deep and melodic work-of-art titled "In My Lane" featuring production by award winning producer Fresh Ayr. Join Tite as he takes you on a journey down memory lane. This is his life, his story in his own words.