One No-One Expected
Don't get it twisted. T.O.N.E. is no new jack to this Hip-Hop thing. Hip Hop is a family thing for T.O.N.E. His older brother is Special K, a member of one of the most influential Hip Hop groups ever, the Treacherous Three. 'K is the reason I started rhyming. He'd come in around three or four in the morning from doing shows. Back in the day, when they used to just throw parties, before making records became the thing to do, I was infatuated with it because he'd come home and play tapes, and they'd have Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five, Kurtis Blow, Disco Four, Fearless Four, Spoonie G. - I'd never heard anything like it. I used to sneak up into his room, and he'd have his equipment up there. I learned how to DJ in T's room, and sharpened my skills in K's room, and I used to DJ when Jazzy Jay from the Zulu Nation couldn't show up.' T.ON.E. has sold over 40,000 units, and recently released 'The Best of T.ON.E-Z' mixtape, hosted by David Banner, which demonstrated his skills on the mic, honed by many years in the in the game, holding it down in the Bronx where hip-hop was born. Now T.O.N.E. takes it to another level with a full-length album of original tracks and lyrical fire, featuring appearances by UK's premier female rapper ANAI, The One No-One Expected is a no-holds barred tour de force of solid rhymes and tight beats. The CD includes an enhanced portion featuring a preview of the upcoming DVD.