Here’s his latest video:
MIC T is coming to the Wild Buffalo in Bellingham, WA as part of the Summer Hiphop Kickoff party at the Wild Buffalo on July 1st. Buy Tickets: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/181536
Here is a short interview with the man himself “MIC T”
Who are you, Where are you from?
MIC T from Kingsgate, WA.
Why did you start playing music?
I started playing music out of curiousity and the love of being able to express myself.
When did you realize you wanted to play music for a living?
2010 right after I recorded my first song.
Have you ever had a big break, where someone gave you a chance to perform?
When I was brought to Undercaste Studios and introduced to Randy Ross.
What can people expect from your performance and musical style?
High energy performance with a lot of diversity and original lyrics.
What’s your favorite venue or venues to play?
The Wild Buffalo in Bellingham, WA.
Who have you performed with?
Filthy McNast, Haley Monroe
Shoutouts to other artists/friends:
The Fenix, Soco, Ripynt
5 songs People should have on their playlist right now:
1. Mac Mall – Imacculate
2. Jimi Hendrix – All Along the Watchtower – Voodoo Child – The Jimi Hendrix Collection
3. Led Zeppelin – When the Levee Breaks – Led Zeppelin IV (Remastered)
4. The Brothers Johnson – Strawberry Letter 23 – Strawberry Letter 23: The Very Best of the Brothers Johnson
5 The Notorious B.I.G. – N***as Bleed – The Notorious B.I.G.: Greatest Hits
Official Artist Bio:
MIC T is from Kingsgate, Washington which is located on the eastside of Seattle. His interest in music artistically began when he started writing lyrics at the age of sixteen and it intensified when he started producing beats at age twenty one. MIC T would use the inspiration of music, and being a new father, to strive for more legitimate ways of life while trying to leave darker days of crime and violence behind. After years of just freestyling and Spitting verses now and then, he almost gave up his persuit of a music career, when he ran into an old friend who brought him to Undercaste Studios. It would be beneficial as he was introduced to engineer Randy Ross and found a new home to record music. Less than 9 months after recording his first song he had finished his first EP “Wave to the Haters” and a mixtape “Dig It Out”. Soon to come are mixtapes “Dig It Out Vol. 2” and “Tricks Up My Sleave” while he works on a full length LP. MIC T brings strong lyrical ability with a lot of originality to the hip hop game.