Brooklyn native, Tuu Ra gained a love for music at a young age. Finding inspiration from his Haitian father, a musician, and his Jamaican mother, an educator, he began writing and producing music at fourteen years old. Tuu Ra displays music versatility in his ability to perform in several genres also being a Beat-Maker / Producer. His music career took a different direction in 2019 after a few collaborations with AfroBeats artists in Ghana & Nigeria. Since his Afro-Dancehall / Afropop record "Got Yo Back" Tuu Ra has ran with what seems to be his path of least resistance when it comes to the many genres that he could’ve focused on. He explains that music is important to him because it is a tool to invoke joy, motivation, and healing which is needed to accomplish goals in life.
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“Rapper Tuu Ra Combines Metaphysics Into His Music. His latest single, “Get Something” is worth a spin! His sound is versatile, from old soulful hip-hop waves that have long since dispersed since hitting the rocks, to today’s trap vibes that are flooding the streets.” - AA Hip Hop Staff
“Tuu Ra – London Girl (Review) Get your dancing shoes out. London Girl is the epitome of a great Afro-Pop song.” - Andrew Roscoe
“Jubilate by Tuu Ra is the type of feel good rap banger that will have you appreciating your own life circumstances and the beauty to be had in it. This song is all about being grateful and knowing that bad times won’t last, so you’ve got to make the best out of your life.” - Ash
“Biko (feat. Tuu Ra) by Fasache: This West African style is about to take off in a major way and I’m sure Fasache will be one of those names that you will want to remember. Teaming up with Tuu Ra (the man that brought us the hit Jubilate ) just puts that extra sparkle and shine that makes this bop stand out.” - Ash