Although he’s most widely known like a solo artist, Christian rapper Tedashii made his debut in 2005 as an associate from the 116 Clique, several artists from the Reach Records label. In 2006, he produced his single debut using the recording Kingdom People, adopted a year later on from the 116 Clique work 13 Characters. 2009’s Identity Problems found him time for his solo profession and breaking Billboard’s Best 200 recording chart along the way. Blacklight, his single recording from 2011, damaged the very best 100 along with topping the magazine’s Christian Recording Graph. In 2014, Tedashii released his 4th solo work, Below Paradise, offering guest places from Andy Mineo and Britt Nicole. An EP, THESE TIMES, made an appearance in 2016.