- Ye I Walk – KING TUTT The Ruler
- We Go Make it – KING TUTT The Ruler
KING-TUTT THE RULER
Influenced by the unasked and unanswered questions, King-Tutt The Ruler delivers deep, thought provoking lyrics. He adopted the name “King-Tutt The Ruler” from the Egyptian Pharaoh known as King Tutankhamun, who was deemed the wealthiest and one of the most successful kings of Egypt and because King-Tutt The Ruler’s music ties in with Egyptian theology so closely, the name was a perfect fit. Original name “Nathanael Burkett”, his music touches on topics such as politics, spirituality and day to day controversy that everyone can relate to. Hip-Hop was his medium of choice because it is a genre that he grew up loving and the original, heavy nature of ‘old school’ hip-hop is perfect for conveying his various messages. Although a citizen of Trinidad and Tobago, where he was born and raised, he considers himself a citizen of the world as he believes we are all one people and letting borders divide us is fuel for oppression and conflict. He started writing lyrics at a very young age in the form of poetry and as he got older it gradually evolved into something more. His first time officially recording a track was at Exit Marketing Productions at the age of 18. His first track was entitled “King-Tutt” and from there his evolution progressed even further. With support and influence from family and friends and an especially close friend and producer, Gyasi Richardson, his image began to take shape. Geddes King, Exit Marketing studio manager, owner and producer, took his development to another level through the Artiste Development programme to make “King-Tutt The Ruler” a refined, professional product.