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Tenxx – Poltergeist (Dir. JetPhynx)

Tenxx, who’s name is a tribute dedicated to the principle that if you put in 10,000 hours of time into a specific skill or idea, one becomes a master of that skill/idea, is a Hip Hop artist from Wichita Kansas (currently residing in Newark, Delaware). Tenxx began making music seriously in 2012 after he moved in with a close friend (Christian Ball) who also had an interest in making music from an engineering and branding perspective. Together, in Brookfield, Connecticut, they built a home studio inside of a small basement, which eventually became the home base for Tenxx for the next 4 years. In 2016, Tenxx moved back to Delaware and began working with his close friend/current manager Donovan Womack. While Tenxx focused on the creative aspects of the brand, Womack started developing a plan of action specifically focused on the business side of things. Womack quickly formed important relationships with local and national music executives, producers, videographers, and other key elements to prepare for the next release. In 2019, after dedicating the past two years to strictly recording new music, Tenxx finalized his new project,”Heathenz Anonymous” which is set for release later this week on all digital platforms. Loving his creativeness and versatility, i think he has a lot to offer the music game. Anxious for the project because i know its gonna be straight sauce! Stay Tuned!

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