From Choir Boys To Manslaughter: Xpression The MC & TMF Precha Tap Into The Minds Of The Youth

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Xpression, Excluzive, and TMF Precha team up with Excluziveto rock out on the new west coast meet dirty south single “Bent Rules” produced by Petrofsky. A song anyone who’s ever been overlooked, talked down, or belittled can relate to. A true display of artistry from three musicians that despite negative opinions and hardships stayed the course and let their presence & purpose be known. 

Xpression grew up in the early 2000s and got his start in music at a young age by taking piano and violin lessons and singing in the church choir on stage with the likes of John Tesh & David Foster. His album “The write path,” which featured artists such as Mellow Man Ace, Chino XL, and Cassidy, charted at #20 on iTunes. One of his recent successful releases was the song “Indio” with actor & singer Peter Dante. He’s also worked on several projects with Grammy & Oscar-nominated producer Ronnie King.

Xpression, whose full name is Juan Carlos Fajardo jr., father of Athena Reign Fajardo, hopes to pass the torch to his daughter and “give the cheat codes” to get ahead in life that he’s acquired over the years from his various experiences. He’s a certified hip-hop therapy specialist teaching and inspiring the next generation of leaders as referred to in his verse on Bent rules“Jack of all trades and the ace of spades, played every card in life and I can teach the game, tap into the minds of the youth that seek the truth, knowledge is power if you utilize the tools.”

Multi-hyphenate TMF Precha grew up in the 90’s also referred to by many as the golden era of Hip-hop. He was introduced to artists such as Midnight Star, MC Hammer, Kris Kross, and Montel Jordan by his parents and sister Angel. He also credits Bone Thugs N Harmony and Outkast as some of his musical influences, while legends like Nas, Tupac, and DMX inspired Xpression the MC’s rhyming and work ethics. Tony got his start in music in a local Baptist church choir, where he also worked the mixing board for the Sunday sermons.

A combination of his initials alongside a nickname given to him by a classmate at Wilkinson County High School, TMF Precha, aka Tony Marcus Fountain’s verse on “bent rules,” refers to when he was locked up at age fifteen for assault and forced to quit school after being told he was no longer allowed on school grounds. His sister later faced the same judge in a vehicular manslaughter case. Obviously, a fan and currently residing in Jones County, Georgia, Precha also mentions rapper DemunJones in the line, “I remember roaches skydiving off the fans trying to land in my cheerios, now I got a pool in the backyard and a garden down the road from Demun Jones.”

Excluzive, a member of the Stick boys, a Nappy Roots spinoff group, drives home the hook to the song with lines like “you ain’t ever had my back, we ain’t ever vibe like that.”

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