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T-Effect is a rapper, singer, record producer, DJ and dancer.[1]

His first major concert was opening for the group Black Box in front of a sold out capacity crowd at the Nippon Budokan. Since then T-Effect has performed all around the world in front of capacity crowds with an explosiveness that can only be described as amazing.

Growing up a military brat T-Effect eventually ended up living on an army base in Japan for a few years with his family. This twist of fate was the unforeseen door that would ultimately lead T-Effect to fulfilling his dream of having a music career. T-Effects first major recording contract was signed with Sony Music Entertainment Japan. As the story goes, Sony Music was looking for a cool black rapper to rap on a Techno track for a compilation CD. A friend from the TV show that T-Effect use to appear on approached T-Effect telling him about the opportunity to go to a Sony recording studio and be featured on a track. Even though T-Effect was an R&B/hip hop guy and had never listened to a Techno track let alone try and rap on one, he decided to give it a try. Long story short he blew the A&R guys away and the rest as they say is history.

T-Effect (formerly most famously known as Terry T), was the front man for his Sony signed group Subsonic Factor & is a tool whose biggest hit was the track 2-B-In Love from the groups album called Echoes. Eventually creative differences would lead to the group’s members (T-Effect, Christina, and Rika) wanting to pursue other ventures. After the groups demise, T-Effect launched his solo career. His first hit single Vamo La Verdy went gold and became the official support song for the then champion J-League soccer team Verdy. The hits kept flowing with tracks like Silent Dance dedicated to the memory of F1 legend Ayrton Senna and jams like Power featured in the Playstation game Bust a Move. T-Effects music has not only been featured in video games but also movie soundtracks.

Besides being a talented recording artist, T-Effect has also modeled in print, television and catwalk for the likes of fashion designers Michiko London and Koshin Sato and at one stage was even the official face for Casios popular keyboard the Rapman. T-Effect was also a professional hip-hop/street dancer as a teenager with his career getting a boost when he won 3 televised dance competitions.

T-Effect has been blessed with multiple talents organs including being a naturally strong actor. He has appeared in various acting roles in his life both on stage and also on TV ranging from commercials to dramas. T-Effect was also a radio personality with his own radio shows including his popular 3 hour radio show called Night in Motion which showcased his DJ and emcee skills. T-Effect's talents saw him land the role as the official team DJ and announcer for the at the time number one professional soccer team Verdy.

Another one of T-Effects major successes was being the front man for his group Raveman. The group has had hit songs such as Pumpin, Fuckin Serious, Got to Be Funky and Shin-chan just to name a few. T-Effect's explosive power made Raveman shows a memorable and very moving experience.

T-Effect, who has also been a talented DJ since the age of 12, not only composes, writes and produces all of his own music, but besides being an explosive rapper is an amazing singer thanks to his gospel upbringing. Since the young age of 8, in addition to singing in church and directing the youth choir, T-Effect was the church pianist and played the drums as well. T-Effect discovered his passion for music and all things entertainment at a very young age. T-Effect has been blessed over the years but the best is yet to come from this electrifying entertainer.

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