Born Terell Felton of San Diego, California (now Virginia Beach, VA based) is an eclectic soul and could be described as a modern day musical genuius. He began his musical journey at a very early age. While most children were consumed with video games, riding bikes or getting a hold of the latest toy, Terell found himself listening to his parents music collection and creating his own renditions of popular music from the 80’s and 90’s.
With a deep passion for writing and also recording his own music.Terell found himself creating a unique sound in his early teenage years.With no regard to the “musical norm.” He bends genres to create a melting pot of melodic variances.
His unique blend includes everything from rap to rock to R&B and even soul. His main focus is to let his fans and people know its ok to be yourself. Terell creates “feel good” music that appeals to audiences. He is an artist in his own right.
One of Terell’s most recent accomplishments has been his feature in Complex Magazine. This feature gave an in debt review of a record he wrote entitled “They Ain’t Ready” for up and coming Hop Hop Artist M. Watts. In addition to this feature his single “Sedated” has been in heavy rotation on Hot 91.1 FM (a local radio station in the Hampton Roads area) as well as his other single “Last Time” which is being played on 102.9 FM.
In addition to his passion for creating musical art, Terell owns his own brand Red Cup Gang. The brand represents the feel-good and carefree nature of his music. Promotional products such as red cups with the Red Cup Gang logo as well as t-shirts, stickers and more can be purchased as a representation of the shift he’s focused on creating in music.
Terell Online has opened for major artists such as Travis Porter, Kirko Bangz, Currency, King Los, Styles P, Twista and many more. He has performed at the Norva Theater and other venues around Hampton Roads Area, as well as been on two successful Independent tours for his sing “Sedated” and “Master P’
It is safe to say that Terell Online is very well on his way to changing the history of music. He will be relevant in all genres for years to come.