Rapper, public speaker, podcast host, and founding member of Reach Records’ 116 Movement, Tedashii’s special sauce lies in his distinctive style and ability to transfer pain and struggle into poignant music. Nicknamed TDot, the Texas-born and raised emcee has captivated fans with his energetic sound and booming voice for nearly two decades. While many come into their faith through trial and testimony, Tedashii’s next chapter begins with a long hard look in the mirror and with humility that comes from being honest about what he sees and feels.
A poised and self-confident Tedashii reintroduces himself with style, flair, and presence on the song, “OBJ.” He channels his iconic vocal tone through an experimental rap performance. He triumphantly announces, “I’m back, and like OBJ, despite everything I’ve gone through to get here, I’m better than ever!” The song is named after NFL receiver Odell Beckham Jr. and celebrates his NFL journey moving from team to team and ultimately winning a Super Bowl championship. In the opening verse of “OBJ,” Tedashii raps, “T-Dot got his groove back/fast-track like that H-O-V, I’m looking back where you at?” The record is a stylistic triumph for the emcee whose recent commercial success found him #1 on the Billboard Christian AC and CHR charts with his 2019 single “Gotta Live” ft. Jordan Feliz.