Transform your nervous built up energy into quite of an explosion on stage
T. Walker is a very diverse musical artist; with influences from Neo Soul, R&B, and Hip Hop T is accepting of all genres. During high school years he played the baritone and tuba but as he got older he found that his voice is his primary instrument in which he hopes to master. He aspires to work with SZA, Willow Smith, Damien Marley, Eryka Badu and Future. He also wants to work with Noname Gypsy who he feels is the most underrated growing artist. Walker gains some of his inspirations from old records like Aquemini, It’s Dark and Hell is Hot, College Dropout, and Carter 2. Some of his favorite artist are Andre 3000, Lauryn Hill, Kanye West, DMX, Lil Wayne, and Tupac.
When it comes to people who have helped T. Walker with his music career he speaks of Ron Beatty acted as a orchestrater. Ron helped him take steps in putting together projects and performing. Ever since then T. Walker has truly been making it on his own independently. His proudest accomplishment musically is a song called “Facts” which is features on his Strictly4MyNegus. This track showed authentic vulnerability through venting and self-expression. He speaks about his true feelings when it comes to the times, his generation, and history. The motivation behind this last album was about capturing the voice and feeling of today. He was taking daily conversations and thoughts and emotions from around him and creating music. T. Walker also has an organization by the name of SOUL Society which is a community empowerment and Youth Mentoring non-profit organization focused in arts and economics, which gave him a new purpose and direction as well.
T. Walker Latest Track — Heavy Energy
T. Walker enjoys the time and control he has as a result of being an indie artist. He prefers to work in an organic environment where nothing is ever forced and he is able to get out what he needs to without limitations. Being an indie artist, Walker also has the freedom of spontaneity; he is able to release projects whenever without having to check in with anybody. He advises beginning indie artist to use this time as growth and learning. The process of being an indie artist is all about self- discovery and figuring things out for yourself. During his beginning stage of being an independent artist, majority of his learning came from developing and recording his own sound; so embracing this level of entrepreneurship by any means is a key component in starting your independence.
While performing, he is able to transform his nervous built up energy into quite of an explosion on stage. “Nervous energy has been a plus for me. It’s always good nervous energy. I’m ready to get on stage and get into my element.” T. Walker is a good listen because he is very relate-able; he is the voice, the thoughts, the emotions. He is a brother, a friend, a mentor, and more. In all actuality he is just sharing experience and honesty from shared views and in differences as well.