TERRANCE TYKEEM BIO
The multitalented and socially conscious, Terrance Tykeem is an Author, Film plus
TV show producer and director plus a Recording Artist. Many may remember him
from his late 90’s hit single, “If You Can’t Learn to Love Her”, which dealt with the
issue of spousal abuse and received national attention on TV and Radio.
Shortly after an on the field injury deterred him from pursuing his lifelong dream of
playing in the NFL, Terrance quickly turned his disappointments into a new business
venture and started Top Flight Records, where he learned the ins and outs of the
music industry, signed a number of groups, and financed and promoted concerts
with some of the top acts in the music business.
Throughout his music tenure, Terrance has landed several recording deals with
major distributors and labels such as Indie, 125th street records where he was singed
by legendary hip hop artist Eric B, and Brandon Records which was distributed by
Warner Bros. Outside of his own musical endeavor’s, Terrance assisted in the
signings of NAAM BRIGADE to Electra Records and R&B Group UNPLUGGED to Cash
Money Records. Terrance also participated in the Cash Money/Ruff Ryder tours and
the Paid in Full tour. He has produced several TV shows, which gained the interest
of BET, VH1 and others. His first TV show called “The Players Club”, whose name was
sold to rapper/director Ice Cube for his first feature film of the same name has given
him the confidence to go further in the film & Television field.
In 2002, Terrance began his career as an author with his first published book
entitled “More Than One Flavor” followed by “Guilty by Reason of Arrest” in 2013.
The success of his follow up book entitled “Touched” he was able to gain
national notoriety which inspired him to produce his first film also
titled “Touched”. This film is a companion project to the book and is designed to
educate the public and shed light to the pandemic of child abuse here and around
the world, though not releasing Touched he screened it in 22-cities.
He followed that up with his film “Jason’s Letter” about a young boys need to find a
solution to the police shootings in his community, after starting on the Starz
Network it has since aired on most digital outlets, Amazon, Hulu & will air on the
Showtime Network later in the summer of 2022. As that film continues to air he has
since released the film When George Got Murdered, which takes a unique look at
the killing of George Floyd and the affects his death has had on America & beyond.
Terrance currently has several other completed projects, namely two reality shows,
Confronted & Behind the Mix for which he is in talks with several TV networks.
A TV ad he developed for Doritos is now being revamped for the Tostitos brand.
Lastly, his next film entitled “Abused” is nearly completed and is in post-production
and will be ready for a winter 2023 release.
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