His singles and his overall craft as a musical artist have astounded listeners and music lovers in America.
There can so many life experiences that can trigger a person to do or work towards something in their careers and life. These experiences, feelings or emotions have the power to even change a person’s life completely. Tea Sea experienced something similar when he fell for a girl, who inspired him to create a brand-new song named ‘Vitals’, an R&B trap track. Vitals exudes Tea Sea’s passion and commitment to music, but most importantly, it also shows his deepest emotions, something listeners may not have found in the works of other artists.
There are several artists who put the best foot forward when it comes to impressing their listeners, but Tea Sea effortlessly does that by putting forward his feelings through Vitals, a song that he holds very close to his heart and considers very special. Tea Sea, the Norfolk, VA-born Odenton, MD-residing artist, confesses to having a strong passion for the written word as well as for the R&B genre.
“Creating music and writing lyrics that are found relatable by people, which also give them their calm, is a rare occasion. However, Vitals does exactly that and I am glad people could identify with the anxiety and the many other emotions I poured with all my heart into the single,” says Tea Sea. This young artist, who debuted into the music space in 2018 in a short span of time, has been able to create his unique space in the competitive industry of America.
His first independent mixtape, “Kaleidoscope Jellyfish”, had spellbound people. Before that, Tea Sea had proved his mettle as a spoken-word poet, showcasing his prowess and excellence in the same in the 2012 Festival Internationale de Louisiane and even published his lyrics in poetry anthologies. Tea Sea is glad that even amidst the lockdown, he could release three singles this year and many are in the pipeline already. Since 2018, he has independently released his songs on YouTube, Spotify and Soundcloud and is now looking forward to honing his skills and enhancing his knowledge in music promotion.
“There is still a lot to learn,” says Tea Sea, who wants to keep creating magic through his music, just like he did in Vitals.