Big Bright Lights! And It Says, "Born For Greatness" R & B Recording Artist Terrance Love
Born and raised in Memphis, Tennessee. Terrance is the oldest child and grandchild of a musically talented family. From an early age, it was evident he was born to be a musical icon. Terrance’s family’s musical roots were established with their own gospel group with a band also comprised of family members playing a wide range of instruments. Exposure to their talents and natural ability to sing and play, Terrance’s innate musical abilities were only heightened with his singing as early as age 3.
Terrance trained himself vocally by studying and repeating what he heard from artists such as Michael Jackson. This same studious attention to detail is how he taught himself how to play drums. From age seven, Terrance was asked to sing at various community events. It was when as a teen he won a talent show that he decided that entertainment is his life’s dream.
From there, Terrance won numerous showcases and auditioned for American Idol at the end of his senior year in high school. Though he succeeded in the next round, he found they had reached their number of contenders. Terrance continued singing participating in numerous play productions. It was during this time that he joined his first group, "Nu Era", where he sang for Dave Hollister. Some years after, Terrance joined DK, D Jae, and C Luv forming the group Image IV.
He attributes much of the success of this group to then manager Mercedes Jackson, as they opened for artists Pretty Rickey and Boys II Men and performed at The New Year’s celebration on Memphis’ Beale Street, Africa in April, All Black Mayors’ Conference, A&Rs in New York’s Harlem Bar and Grill, and a host of talent showcases. As a result of their
exposure they had opportunities to keep company with Master P, Romeo, Bow Wow, Scott Storch, and Tracy Ellis Ross.
It was then that the group released their single "At the Party". The group disbanded after the release of the single due to creative differences and Terrance, using the stage name T-Love, became a solo artist. As a soloist, his career moved in a new direction with his opening for Tyrese, Tamia, Pleasure P, Master P, and Charlie Wilson, and even going to St. Louis to meet with the St. Lunatics. Terrance released "The Love Story", his first solo album and later released his EP "Mixed Emotions".
April 2018, Terrance released his new EP entitled "Won’t Stop"; this EP is one of his most lyrically zealous albums to date. His latest work has inspirational influences from respected artists Tyrese, Tank, and Brian McKnight, taking listeners through a lyrical tour emphasizing the impact R&B has.
Terrence Love recently performed at the Chardonnay Bistro & Wine Bar In Memphis, Tennessee.
Alongside Terrance was The R & B Group 112!
"The event was successful and special thanks to the Guest Celebrites, everyone that attended, the promoters, PR Team, The Venue and Local Media."
Nubian Queen Management
The EP is currently available on all digital outlets.