Florida’s own Theolodge building a global movement!


In a era of cookie cutter rappers “Theolodge” had definitely created a lane of his own.

A dominant player in the Florida music scene “Theolodge” has been building his solo career for quite some time now. His signature style has become synonymous with a diverse collection of melodies and compositions. Theolodge has honed his musical skills over the years, creating a laid-back sound with his unique style and voice. Influenced by some of hip-hop’s elite artist, such as Jay-Z, Lil Wayne, Kanye West, Missy E, Outkast, Biggie and Tupac, Theolodge is ready to take his place as the Next Big Thing.

Hip Hop is an art and a movement and he works hard to perfect his craft. Not a stranger to the global stage, Theolodge began to expand his music globally by traveling to Midem, the worlds’ largest music conference in Cannes, France where he shared the stage with Wyclef Jean from the  “The Fugees” in 2017.

The performance with Wyclef opened the doors for a tour to Mumbai, India to perform as a headliner act for the “Totempole Music Festival”. Since 2018, he has been on tours to Europe at least twice a year, making touring overseas a regular process for his brand while expanding to the United Kingdom and the Cayman Islands.

Theolodge has been honored to have his music appear on the national TV channel “The CW” multiple times as well as Netflix. He has been working with Florida’s Natural Orange Juice company, which lead to being featured on a billboard. He has endorsements in the works and is looking to partner with other global companies to expand his brand “KREW” and get his music in the ears of everyone that enjoys feel good vibes.

In 2020 he released two singles: “Hallelujah” and “Good Morning” and is currently working on his fifth studio album. Theolodge lives by his favorite quote: “Dreams don’t work unless you do!”

In a lane of his own he strives to be different from the over-abundance of cookie-cutter rappers in the game today.

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