Torrey Carter

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Torrey Carter
Birth name Torrey Carter
Born 1980
Michigan, United States
Genres R&B, soul, hip-hop
Occupations Singer
Years active 1999–present
Labels The Goldmind/Elektra Records
(1999-2000)
Associated acts Missy Elliott, Timbaland, Lil' Mo, Petey Pablo, Rodney Jerkins, Ginuwine, Diddy, Trick Daddy, Nina Sky, Dru Hill

Torrey Carter (nicknamed T.C.) is an American R&B singer. He gained popularity after signing to Missy Elliott's The Goldmind Inc. as the first male artist under the label. There, he began recording for his debut album, The Life I Live, which was led by the single "Take That"[1] (US #87;[2] US R&B #14[2]). However, due to the lack of mainstream success with the lead single, the album was shelved and he departed from Goldmind.

In 2006, Carter co-wrote and helped produce Nina Sky's song, "Building a Vibe"; footage of the recording leaked via YouTube that same year.[3] By 2007, Carter's MySpace singles ("Pause" and "Get It Girl") had accumulated enough buzz for him to prepare a possible album, however the idea was scrapped and Carter went on to embark on other musical opportunities.

He has been recently featured in hip-hop producer, Shawneci's recent mixtapes, Icecold Collection (Vol. 1-2).[4][5]

On September 25, 2012, Carter released the R&B womanizing-themed "ReBirth" via iTunes and Amazon.[6] In November 2012, a music video for the single leaked via YouTube and had accumulated over 50,000 views in just one month;[7] however, due to undisclosed reasons the video was removed and has since then been re-uploaded.[8]

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