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Travis Arrington (born August 15, 1981[1]) Big T is an American hip hop recording artist and occasional actor from Port Gibson, Mississippi. He is signed to SouthernBoi Ent/ Team Mashn Ent. through the INGrooves/ Universal Music Group. Big T made his debut on "Im Ah Ball'(NBA 2K10) and "Fresh,Fly,Full" Remix, from Team Mashn Ent/ Universal Music Group's 2013 LP "Still Burnin". Out side of rap, Big T is a award winning radio personality for 89.7FM.[2]

Career Edit

In the late 90's, Big T attended Southern University in Baton Rouge, LA, where he found his passion for hip hop, and not to mention receiving some useful advice from fellow schoolmate and rising star David Banner. His music debut came in 2003, under the Shooting Star Records Imprint "We In Da Last Dayz". After label issues, Big T found himself without a label home. Big T joined forces with Long Beach based,Multi-Platinum producer Keith Clizark & Team Mashn Ent., which was distributed through Universal Music Group. With hit singles "Gettin Dat Paper" & label col-lab "Fresh,Fly,Full" remix. In 2004 Big T and his partner Webb created a weekly FM radio show named: "Da SouthernBoi Hr" 89.7FM WSHC, where they received such awards as - "Radio Show of the Year". The show is often compared to radio shows such as The Rickey Smiley Morning Show . As a rapper, Big T talks about independent artist struggles with XXL Magazine, in the "The Break", and how he has been able to overcome.

Discography Edit

  • We In Da Last Dayz - 2003
  • Im Ah Ball (NBA Version) (Single)- 2009
  • The Big T Chronicals - 2010
  • Fresh, Fly, Full (Remix)(Single) - 2011
  • Team Mash'n Ent Presents: "Still Burnin" - 2011
  • Gettin Dat Paper (Single) - 2011
  • Kushville Music "EP" - 2012
  • Kushville Music 2 - 2013

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