Stinga T was born in Perth, Western Australia. He is an Aboriginal Australian of the Yamatji and Bibulman peoples, with a background of Maori, Native American , Italian, and Irish within his bloodline. He has an extensive range of experience in performing on stage as a solo MC and with former group TDB and also as an actor for film & theatre productions.
Stinga T is different, original and not like everyone else in the business. You will get to experience his fast, hurricane-speed rhymes on this album, as he brilliantly showcases his phenomenal lyrical skills with unique style, grace, and wit.
While many of today’s rappers either ride on someone else’s coattails to gain unproclaimed fame, or consistently use powerhouse producers to keep heads boppin’ but still leave fans with nothing to gain from their wack lyrics, Stinga T evenly and successfully covers all bases.
Rhyme wise, Stinga T wears his emotions on his sleeve. No topic is off limits. His ability to write catchy hooks and deliver wasp-like, stinging punch lines carries him on most tracks. The gift of being able to please such a diverse range of ears, from street corner gangstas to nerdy white girls, is a rare one which he seems blessed.
The best thing about this album is that Stinga T keeps it to himself, unlike most rap artists today, he doesn’t have the album flooded by too many guest appearances except for maybe one song.
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The opening five songs, “Sorry”, “Im Taking Over”, “How Low,” “Dear Mama Dear Dad” and “Live For You” are absolutely flawless and embody a full spectrum of themes, emotions and statements that will leave you breathless. Other standouts include, “Put’em Up ft. Lil Jayo E” and “Dark Times.” All in all there are ten tracks to satisfy your rhymin’ needs and almost every song on here is good.
Stinger T blends his hip-hop with a personal gangsta rap style, using lighter tones with darker tones, while his songs are full of tight production, entertaining lyrics and blazing beats. And on the odd, rare occasion, that he doesn’t sound lyrically impressive, he just comes on so hard that you’re impressed anyway.
This “Two Face” album, is everything you’re expecting. All the songs on here will get you wanting more from Stinga T.
This is an album you can enjoy when you want to kick back and vibe or want some thought inspiring music. Between the clever punchlines and the great production, Stinga T’s songs consistently have bumping beats and a solid lyrical flow made to satisfy.
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