T2 (Producer)

T2
Origin Leeds, UK
Genres Bassline
Occupations Producer, DJ
Years active 2007–present

T2 is a British bassline record producer. He has been mixing since his teens, and began releasing tracks in 2006. In 2007, his single "Heartbroken", featuring Jodie Aysha, hit #2 on the UK Singles Chart.[1] The song became popular among football fans because its video, which has had over three million hits on YouTube, featured stars Micah Richards and Anton Ferdinand.[2] T2 rewrote the lyrics of the tune late in 2007, in support of Ricky Hatton's boxing match against Floyd Mayweather.[3]

In 2008, T2 joined up with Addictive to release "Gonna Be Mine" in March that year, and also produced most of their upcoming album.

He has also worked with Dizzee Rascal, Craig David, and Rebecca Ferguson.

Songs produced/remixed by T2

  • "Why" (written by Sharnell & Danica)
  • "It's Not Easy" (feat. David A.)
  • "Baby Girl" (feat. Tez Kidd & Asher)
  • "What Can I Do" (feat. Tamzin Challenger)
  • "Fire" (Remix) - Ny
  • "Secrets" (Remix) - Booda feat. Becky Rhodes
  • "Merry Happy" (Remix) - Kate Nash
  • "Hooked On You" (feat. Addictive)
  • "The Feeling" (feat. Addictive & Dizzee Rascal)
  • "Candy Rain" (feat. Addictive)
  • "Come Over" (feat. Michelle)
  • "My Baby's Song" (feat. Tamzin)
  • "Secrets" (Funky Remix) - Booda feat. Becky Rhodes
  • "Nothing's Real but Love" (Remix) - Rebecca Ferguson
  • "Love Like This" (feat. Craig David)
  • "Mama Do" (Remix) - Pixie Lott
  • "Better Off as Friends" (feat. H Boogie)
  • "The Show" (Remix) - Cherri V

Singles releases

  • 2007: "The Monster Dubz EP"
  • 2007: "Heartbroken" (T2 feat. Jodie Aysha) #2 UK
  • 2008: "Gonna be Mine" (Addictive feat. T2) #47 UK
  • 2008: "Butterflies"
  • 2009: "Come Over" (T2 feat. Michelle Escoffery)

References

External links

  • T2 at MySpace
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