40 minutes west of the home of a sitcom famed by the same name lies the historically western city of Ft. Worth,TX. Known for its cattle more than it’s culture or knowledge there of. A little less then a hour and a trip down interstate 35 equals a world of difference in the Underground Hip-Hop scene of the DFW. Tawaine Hall’s journey started shortly after graduating and entering technical school. Where he quickly realized that school might not be the best route. Tawaine decided to take on what he knew better than the majority of his peers and get to work. Coming from the south side of Fort Worth doesn’t exactly make you the prime candidate for hip-hop supremacy. With no clear way to stake a claim in Cowtown Tawaine took to Dallas. Eventually leading him to ink production for Houston All-Stars Paul Wall and OG Ron C. Today Tawaine can be found putting his own spin on what others may consider out of the norm. “I really make what I feel is timeless versus what is currently the ****” claims Hall. Whether he is bringing the noise as a producer or ruffling feathers with his edgy rhymes Tawaine is on course to leave a bruise where others simply left a mark.