Tommy Tee is Scandinavia's most-popular and longest-lived hip-hop DJ/producer/promoter. Raised in Oslo and still based in Norway, and raised on graffiti and breakdancing, Tee began compiling mix tapes and doing club dates in the mid-'80s. He gained his first radio show in 1986 and quickly moved on to the national network NRK with his top-rated the National Rap Show. Tee also started his own hip-hop magazine (Fat Cap) and after working for several years at Norway's Mega Records, formed his own Tee Productions label. His production resumÃ© included an album by standards singer HelÃ¨n Eriksen (later licensed to Blue Note) and his first solo album, 1998's Bonds, Beats and Beliefs, with contributions from Talib Kweli, Mike Zoot, and Craig G. ~ John BushPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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