Tune The Abstract is a Rising Star You Should Look Out For

Reigning from Broward County, Florida, Tune the Abstract so much more than just another up and coming act. Being homeless throughout his teenage years, Tune spent an inordinate amount of time and energy honing his crafts. He is a self-taught recording artist, producer, and engineer. “My ultimate goal is to have my own machine, sort of like Kanye has put together for G.O.O.D music.” 

 

Tune has produced for likes of Jordan Grizzle, Teddy Blow, and others. From a young age, he knew exactly what he wanted out of music and began taking steps towards his music career, no matter the sacrifice. His hard work has been paying off, numerous labels have already reached out to him, but he is settled on the idea of remaining independent and continuing to grow his own empire.

An artist and entrepreneur, Tune owns his own music label known as House of TRAP (Take Risk And Prosper). Through his label, he acquires other talented individuals to produce and manage. Including recent signees: Lord Fuego Flame, I$$es, and High God. With little to no outside promotion, House of Trap’s music has already reached thousands of listener’s around the world in countries including: The U.S., U.K., China, Belgium, Russia, Canada, and Morocco to name a few! The House of TRAP also features a fashion brand “@houseoftrapinc.” Above you can see some of the new merch that will be released this August. T-shirts are currently available for purchase at House Trap of Inc.

Tune the Abstract has a new single dropping soon entitled “Mercy” and his label House of TRAP Records is set to release their follow up compilation “Lofi Mumble Rap Vol. 2” as well. Stay TUNED to whats next on his journey!

Photographs taken by: karizmavisuals

Follow Tune the Abstract on all social media platforms:

Soundcloud – https://soundcloud.com/tunetheabstract 

IG – https://www.instagram.com/tunetheabstract/

Twitter – https://twitter.com/tunetheabstract?lang=en

Official Website – http://houseoftrapinc.com/ 

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