His most recent collaboration 48 laws featuring Xpression and Layzie Bone is just a stepping stone of what’s to come from this year.
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He was originally named “Precha” by his friend Rico back in 7th grade. There was already a rapper with that name so he just added TMF which are his initials at the beginning.
“48 Laws” showcased his rap abilities. Precha looks forward to bringing that spark to the music industry and feels his authenticity and lifestyle connects with people causing him to relate to anyone that’s a true hustler and passionate about their music. He also is an author who wrote a book, a blogger and he own’s Now Entertainment. It’s safe to say that the Georgia native has the confidence and mindset to be great and impact this industry for years to come.
We asked TMF Precha some questions and these were his responses:
Where did your name come from?
I was named Precha by my homie Rico back in 7th grade. There was already a rapper with that name so I just added my initials at the beginning.
Do you write your own material?
What’s your favorite music to listen too?
I listen to all types. As of late, it’s old-school rock.
What are you currently working on?
Me and Catalyst Bars are working on a new track. But I’ve got another song with Chicago-based female artist Drea, called Grenade, coming soon.
What is your latest release?
48 Laws with Xpression and Layzie Bone
When is your next release?
We’re shooting for the end of April with Grenade.
Are you the type to pull up alone or with a group of people?Like my line in 48 Laws says, Han solo with it.
Where is one place you want to travel to perform?
I’ve been to all 48 of the states but never outside the country so I guess anywhere overseas would be nice.
Who produces your music?
I don’t have a producer per se at the moment it’s just whomever I can catch a vibe with.
What’s your favorite clothing brand?
I’m not into brands. Whatever feels comfortable I wear.
Did COVID change your career for better or worse?
For the better. I wrote and released a book and also assisted my wife Cathy in conceptualizing and creating her book as well. It was also a good time to reflect and restructure some things.
Where can we find you mostly, in the studio or in the club?
I’m not really into partying. Sort of like the song by Alessia Cara.
Who is your childhood hero?
Donatello from the Ninja Turtles haha
What’s the best way for someone reading this to find you on social media, what’s your main platform?
I’m on all the platforms I don’t have any particular one I’m more fond of. Most of my socials are at either tonymfountain or tmfprecha.