When we talk about TUDOR House, we usually mean its songs and the sound it produces.
The Atlanta, Georgia, producer and DJ/producer created some of the most influential hip-hop albums of the late ’90s and early aughts, and has been making music since he was a teenager.
In 2016, TUDORS debut album, The Best, was a hit, but in 2017 he announced his return to the studio with the second album, Tudors Return, to follow.
He was joined by producer/DJ/producers Nicko Harvey and D.J. Faderman, and the album featured production from Drake, Wiz Khalifa, Big Sean, and TDE.
Since then, TUDF has been touring the U.S., playing in festivals, and working with producers including Big Sean and Jay Electronica.
The best part?
The album has already been certified gold.
Here are seven things we learned about TudOR House from his debut album.
“Best” Is No Big Deal It’s the album title of TUDors second album.
The album is a little less grandiose than his previous ones, but the message is clear: TUDor House is the greatest producer of all time.
It’s a title that has been repeated time and time again on TUD’s social media accounts, and it’s one that I personally feel strongly about.
It feels like TUD has always had an overarching message that transcends all of his musical endeavors.
It just makes sense for the label to use the word “best” on the record, given that it’s a biggie, as well as a huge honor.
It Is All About Me The title of “The Best” is a direct reference to TUDorian’s love for music.
TUDore is a man who loves music.
This song is a celebration of his love of music, and his desire to make music for the music industry.
It has a strong focus on the producer/djs ability to make his music sound as good as possible.
And it’s not just the producer on this album.
His production on “Best,” including Big Shaq, Big Eddy, and DJ Mambo, is also incredible.
TUDor Is Always Here There’s a good chance that any label that puts out a music album with a title like this will get a lot of praise from the public.
It seems like it’s pretty obvious that TUD is a fan of music.
As the title indicates, he’s always making music.
And that’s what we love about this album, is that there’s no way he doesn’t like music.
It doesn’t matter what genre he plays in.
“The best” album is an incredible achievement, and one that should go down in the annals of hip-hip music.
Tudoran’s Love Is a Love Letter To All the Music That Came Before This album is not just a tribute to his childhood, but also his love for rap.
There are songs like “Bustin,” “Fame,” and “Shiny,” and songs like the one that starts at 1:35 in the video.
“Love Is a Letter” is one of those songs.
It speaks of the fact that he is a rapper, and that he has a passion for music that extends to music in general.
I love that this song is on this record.
It makes me feel like I’m part of a movement.
I Need Your Love The title on this song says it all.
It comes from TUDoring, the DJ/Producer who worked with TUD.
The song is about the time he worked with Kendrick Lamar.
Kendrick was the one who helped TUD come into the mainstream.
This is one where he was doing the beats for the song.
It was the first time he’d worked with a producer, and he wanted to help the producers.
I think TUD knows the love he has for music is real.
It should be his album title.
Tuds Family The title is a reference to one of Tud’s children.
This one is from his daughter, Tiffany, and is about how she and her brother are both artists.
The title says it All.
I Love This Album As you can tell, this is an album that has an enormous message about the importance of music and the love that it brings to everyone.
I’m excited to hear what the rest of the album has in store.
It definitely has a lot going on, and I’m looking forward to hearing it. 7.
TUFors Return is a Message From Tudore TUDores Return is another album that Tud is excited about.
As he mentioned, the message of the record is that he’s been a producer for more than 20 years, and everything he’s done has been the result of his passion for his craft.
This album doesn’t just showcase his music