Today, T9ine released his latest video for slow burning banger “Go Harder”. Directed by DrewFilmedIt, the 19-year-old emcee enjoys the fruits of his labor as he shares a glimpse of his new life in Miami full of palm trees, seaside views and late studio nights in the aesthetically pleasing new video. WATCH HERE
“I’m coming way harder than I was before, It’s getting better”.- T9ine
Watch the new “Go Harder” video above & stay tuned for the release of Fast Life Livin, set to release on Friday December 18th.
Instead of letting hardship hold him down, T9ine rises from it. The 19-year-old rapper infuses unabashed honesty into unfiltered verses and undeniable melodies over often guitar-laden or piano-driven beats. This balance between raw storytelling and hard-hitting hooks has cemented him as a bold and buzzing voice. His mom introduced him to Tupac, sparking an interest in classic wordplay and inspiring him to freestyle at school. However, he also developed a predisposition for the streets in order to survive. Ducking out of high school, he ultimately embraced hip-hop instead of trouble. Among a string of social media freestyles, “Groovy” went viral, illuminating his instinctive and incisive wordplay. The freestyle ultimately led to him earning a deal with Columbia Records during 2018. Coming out swinging, he dropped the debut project From Nun to Something in 2019. The lead single “Mind of a Real” posted up over 13 million Spotify streams and 10 million views between the original and Official Remix featuring Lil Durk. He maintained this momentum in 2020 with “When We Ball” [feat. Hotboii], generating 855K Spotify streams and 2.5 million views in just a month’s time and paving the way for the anthem “Go Harder.”