Miami Rapper T-RO Takes His Talents to Atlanta for NYE

Coyote Music Press Release


January 11, 2019 - Atlanta, GA
Contact: Mina Savoy PR @ 305-814-4852

T-RO performs at Atlanta’s annual Peach Drop 2019 produced by Live Nation

Miami born rapper, T-RO wrapped 2018 with a bang as he performed at the City of Atlanta and Live Nation produced Peach Drop on New Year’s Eve. The Peach Drop is Atlanta’s annual New Year’s Eve celebration where over 60,000 NYE revelers flank the historic Underground Atlanta for a night of performances from some the country’s top musicians.

T-RO performed alongside some of music’s most well known superstars, including the dynamic paring of 90’s crooners 112 and Jagged Edge members forming “The Experience," rock group Better Than Ezra, Atlanta based rapper Rasheeda from Love and Hip-Hop Atlanta, and fellow hip-hop newcomers Light Skin Keisha and Tokyo Jetz. The show kicked off at 6pm on New Year’s Eve with DJ Ceasar, hosted by radio personality Ryan Cameron and Atlanta’s Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms.

T-RO joined the Live Nation line-up for the Peach Drop to help celebrate its’ 30th anniversary, making Atlanta one of the best places to be on NYE. Performing his songs “Watch Me Work”, “All The Praise”, and “True To Myself”, T-RO is known for his laid back flow over beats that make you want to stand up and dance, the crowd was left wondering, “who is T-RO?”. T-RO took to the stage to answer them with moving performance. Before the show, T-RO posted video of traveling to Atlanta, giving gratitude for such a big opportunity.

“Man, I’m so thankful. Some days I feel like giving up but God is always in my ear. Being on this flight to perform before 60,000 people just feels great.”

T-RO looks to 2019 to be his break out year. With new singles coming out this spring, T-RO says “Miami, the world…better get ready. The best is yet to come. I am here to tell the real stories of our people, what we go through, in a real way and from a real place.”

T-RO is known for his Gold Cigar Gang Ent. released singles “Watch Me Work,” “Who To Blame,” and the BET Jams featured video “Final Thoughts,” which highlights police brutality in the Black community.

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Posted on 1/11/19