LOS ANGELES, October 9, 2019 - Multi-Platinum, Grammy-nominated producer The Legendary Traxster has formed a new group with wife and Hip-Hop artist Tia London dubbed "House Lindley." The group announced today that they would be releasing its debut album, "The Wedding" February 14th, 2020. The album will be produced entirely by The Legendary Traxster.
About House Lindley
House Lindley is an American Hip-Hop group comprised of rapper/singer/songwriter, Tia London, and husband, Grammy-nominated, Multi-platinum producer/rapper, The Legendary Traxster.
The Legendary Traxster was revered for his pioneering production for more than a decade before he met Tia London. Traxster, a rapper turned producer/businessman, has always had an incredible ear for talent. From their first session, Traxster and Tia have had an undeniable synergy that you can feel in the music. As a result, Tia has built a loyal following from her songs themed around love, heartbreak, and inspiration.
Tia and Traxster have worked on numerous albums, E.P.s, and singles together, but it wasn't until 2019 that they began working on their debut project as a group. The album entitled "The Wedding," is a play on the fact the duo eloped in 2015.
House "Lindley," which is their family surname, is built on a foundation of love, loyalty, and legacy. The group's passions overflow from their real-life into their music. "The Wedding" is a sonic collage of love, hate, struggle, prosperity, loyalty, betrayal, sex, and violence.
About The Legendary Traxster
Samuel Lindley, aka The Legendary Traxster, is a multi-platinum and Grammy-nominated songwriter, producer, and rapper. He produced the certified platinum song "My Chick Bad" by Ludacris featuring Nicki Minaj on the album "Battle Of The Sexes," helping land Ludacris a #1 album on the Billboard 200. Among his many accolades, Traxster earned a Grammy Nomination for his work with Mariah Carey, co-writing and producing "One and Only" on her album, "The Emancipation Of Mimi" which sold nearly 10 million records worldwide.
Traxster fathered the Chicago/Midwest sound. A native of Chicago, he is known as the primary producer of the platinum-selling rapper Twista and the famed rap group Do or Die, for whom he produced several albums including the platinum-selling "Picture This." "Picture This" is notable for introducing Twista to the mainstream on the album's centerpiece "Po Pimp." Traxster also produced Twista's Platinum-selling "Adrenaline Rush" in its entirety. More than two decades later, The Legendary Traxster's sound is still the foundation of today's Hip-Hop and R&B.
Continuing to evolve as a businessman, Samuel currently operates his family’s content creation company, Nothing But Dope, LLC.
About Tia London
Tia London developed a cult following through a blend of sexy retro 90's R&B and modern hip-hop. Tia, real name Latia Lindley, hails from the south side of Chicago.
Tia considers herself a songwriter first. It was her songwriting that caught the ear of The Legendary Traxster. Over the years, her and Traxster's musical, as well as romantic chemistry, flourished.
In early 2015, the couple wed and welcomed their first child, a son, Akai King. The couple named Akai after the "Akai MPC," a drum machine Traxster has used throughout his career creating hit records.
Whether she does it rapping or singing, Tia continues to pour her life's truths into every word she writes. Millions of listeners around the world have heard Tia London's music. Tia has amassed more than 15 million streams of her songs, including more than 4 million streams of her last album, "Tia London."