Born February 14, in Inglewood CA, TARE-el experienced the many trials of struggling family matters. His
move to Dublin, GA at a young age provided a more southern way of living and slower paced
environment. TARE-el’s early childhood years were difficult and at the age of 8, a separation from his
sisters would cause a devastating blow triggering his resentment towards family. He was taken from his
mother at the age of 10 and placed in a Foster Home. Moving from home to home created a sense of
instability for TARE-el. He was able to find stability in MUSIC. Although TARE-el has a speech
impediment, he is able to RAP with a comprehensive flow.
Even though he made previous mistakes in his adulthood, he decided to turn his life around. He made
music a key focus at the age of 20 and was a member of the rap group Black Night Regime in Middle
Georgia. In 2001, TARE-el moved to Gulfport, Mississippi where he was introduced to a new style of
music. By embracing this particular style of music and life, TARE-el was reintroduced to the world as
T.R.E.A.L (Taking Responsibility on Everything And Learning). He began working with other artist by
arranging songs, ghostwriting, and co-producing tracks for them to market and distribute, creating a
Gulf Coast sound by combining his talent with theirs.
Today TARE-el has totally given his life, talent and music to God. He is now working on his first Gospel &
Soul Hip Hop album titled "C.S.A. (Christian Service Announcement)". God has really made a statement
with TARE-el’s life and he is ready to tell the world through his music ministry.
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