T-Man 'Grown Man' Bio
St. Louis rising rapper and T-Man flew over to Atlanta to collaborate with the city’s finest—Yung Ralph, Rocko Da Don and super producer Zaytoven—on his song “Grown Man.” It’s the follow-up single to “100” off his debut project titled Son of a G scheduled to be released early 2011 on Jus Bleezy Ent.
On “Grown Man” the rap styles of T-Man, Yung Ralph, and Rocko Da Don coupled with Germany-born Zaytoven’s bouncy beat will have the ladies moving and shaking in the clubs and the men beating their chests while rapping along to this new bangin’ anthem.
Nineteen-year-old T-Man enters the track flexing his skills and letting everybody know that his shit is the dopest. Next up on the mic is featured artist Rocko Da Don, who released his debut album Self-Made in 2008 through his Def Jam imprint Rocky Road Records. Rocko let’s everybody know he grinds 25/9 and the self-proclaimed workaholic’s long list of collabos and work can attest to that. He’s been in the studio with Young Dro, Young Jeezy, Juvenile to name a few. Atlanta’s Yung Ralph is back on his game as another featured artist on “Grown Man” and he rounds out the track with his signature gruff voice. He released The Juug Man MixTape in 2007 and is also known for his collaborations with Gucci Mane and OJ Da Juiceman.
Zaytoven has worked with hip-hop artists like Soulja Boy Tell ‘Em, Gorilla Zoe, Young Jeezy and OJ Da Juiceman and is known as Gucci Mane’s favorite producer. In fact, in 2005 the two scored big time when Gucci’s single “So Icy” featuring Young Jeezy peaked at number 23 on Billboard’s Hot Rap Tracks chart. A true talent in the studio, Zaytoven also flips his skills in the R&B world and has work on Usher’s new album, as well as tracks on Jagged Edge’s CD that set to drop soon.