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C.T.C. / Catch That Cash
The sound of C.T.C., aka Catch That Cash, has been described as being real-talk from the walk of life. The group C.T.C. is composed of 7 members who all bring something unique to the table when it comes to creating brand new music. With equal creative input from all members every song has something new about it. C.T.C.'s energetic blend of straight forward hip-hop, rap, and r&b, is sure to deliver a powerful punch to the indie music scene for years to come. The members include: DeMill, Train, E.A., LiL D, Cap-1, 2Blacc, and Dj B. Ray,
With all members of C.T.C being strong independent artist as well as being connected in one way or another, it wasn't long until talks of coming together to form a powerful creative force began. The group came together in 2008 with one thing in mind and one thing only and that was to get money by doing what they love doing, or in other words Catch That Cash, hence the name of the group. With certain members of the group being of the same bloodline and others close friends, C.T.C. is family. Although some members are from Georgia, Texas, and others Kansas, they all come from the same place and that’s a place where music is hope and possibly a way to see the world.
When it comes to performing in front of a live audience that’s when C.T.C. is in their element and does what they do best. They put on a show that captures every ear with lyrics and beats that anyone could vibe to. They move the crowd physically and emotionally with songs like "Streets Got Me Going Crazy" that demand your attention to club bangers like "I Do That’ that everyone can move to in the club. C.T.C. has headlined numerous gigs @ car shows, festivals, bars, nightclubs, and colleges,
as well as opening up for major label artist from time to time. Expanding their audience right now is definitely at the top of the group’s agenda and is the key reason why they are on a nationwide campaign for venues.