Tyrell "T–Eazy" Robinson has carved out a distinctive reputation with his affable, laid-back, and easygoing demeanor. Growing up in Crown Heights, the community fondly referred to him as Eazy due to his rare ability to remain stress-free, and the moniker stuck. However, it's crucial not to misinterpret his easygoing nature as a lack of drive or ambition.

Infatuated with music from an early age, T-Eazy's journey into rap began under the guidance of his older brother, who had him laying down ad-libs at the age of 11. Swiftly evolving, he started writing songs for fellow rap artists and even secured his first radio performance on Harlem's Dark-Fame radio by recording on a karaoke machine. Engaging in battle-raps, ciphers, and mixtapes for peers, he steadily built a dedicated following.

Consistency is key for this entertainer in constructing a robust music catalog. Excelling in the studio and captivating audiences on stage have been pivotal in the flourishing of T-Eazy's career. His summer anthem, "Surfboard," earned airtime on NYC's POWER 105.1, and he has graced prestigious platforms such as Howard University's Homecoming, VladTV, WorldStarHipHop, and soraspy.com. T-Eazy has also opened for renowned acts like Maino, J.R. Writer, Hell Rell, Fred The Godson (RIP), 2 Chainz, Mack Wilds, Big Sean, Young Dro, and more.

Now a father of two daughters, T-Eazy's musical evolution reflects his maturity. Covering a diverse range of topics, he addresses life, party vibes, relationships, challenges, forgiveness, real-life situations, work, school, parenting, and more. "I talk about life, party vibes, female stages, make-up, break-up, forgiveness, real-life situations, work, school, kids, balancing, struggling, and keeping a roof over kids' heads. Have a good time, life. Different emotions, feelings, etc." he asserts.

Always in the creative zone, T-Eazy continually works on new music. Experience his latest single, "7 Days," featuring Fred Nice, produced by Taylor Made Beats, available for streaming on his website T-Eazy.com.