After moving to San Francisco circa 1997, he became a part of the hip hop group Rainbow Flava and appeared on their second CD, Digital Dope. He released the first of six solo CDs to date in 1998.
He appeared in the 2005 documentary Pick Up the Mic about the LGBT hip hop scene; he had produced music for or worked with half of the artists in the film. His CD Marry Me was named as one of The Advocate's top 10 indie CDs for 2005; the title song was a commentary on same-sex marriage and it was nominated for a 2005 Outmusic Award for Out Song of the Year.
In 2007, Tori Fixx was part of the "HomoRevolution Tour 2007" and appeared on The Tyra Banks Show along with Deadlee and Foxxjazell. His CD Code Red marks 10 years of being an openly gay hip hop artist.
Late in 2008 he released Couture, which he had planned to have cover more political topics, but it turned towards the personal after a relationship break-up.
- Gay rapper? Believe it, Chris Riemenschneider, Star Tribune, May 25, 2006
- Tori Fixx interview, Queer Music Heritage radio show, April 2007, produced by JD Doyle
- All The 'Flavas' of the Rainbow, Jason Victor Serinus, Bay Windows, May 3, 2001.
- Famous GLBT: Tori Fixx
- Homo Style: Queer beats from the streets By Kelly Vance and Amrah Johnson, East Bay Express, September 10, 2003
- Farrow, Kenyon (2007-03-22). "Tori Fixx: Hip Hop's Homo Revolution". After Elton. Logo. Archived from the original on 2009-04-10. Retrieved 2009-01-16.
- 2005 top 10: music, The Advocate, January 17, 2006
- Tori Fixx won't be trapped in the hip-hop closet: No More "No Homo", Peter S. Scholtes, City Pages, May 24, 2006
- Review of Tori Fixx's Marry Me, Robert Urban, AfterElton.com, June 1, 2005
- 2004 Outmusic Award Nominees
- The Tyra Banks Show, April 12, 2007
- Lee, Ryan (2008-12-12). "Godfather of gay rap". Southern Voice. Archived from the original on 2008-12-15.