Too Many T’s – Grew up in the 90’s ft Edbl [Video]

Too Many T’s – Grew up in the 90’s ft Edbl [Video]


Test your knowledge of ’90s nostalgia with Too Many T’s new song and video, ‘Grew Up In The 90’s’.

Despite the current global pandemic, Too Many T’s have managed to release their first new music in a year. The easy-going new track is a love letter to the decade the duo grew up in. Filled with nostalgia and pop-culture references, ‘Grew Up In The 90’s’ (still proving their dedication to a miss-placed apostrophe) provides a particularly British view of life as a kid at that time and how much American television influenced them.

Sticker swaps, Pokémon Cards, Tamagotchi and video games all form part of Too Many T’s reference material. It’s a trip down memory lane for anyone of a certain age that includes toys, film and television shows significant to the era.



‘Grew Up In The 90’s’ is produced by Edbl. Although Too Many T’s did release a single from their most recent album, ‘La Fam Ill’, in early 2020, this track is the first new music from the duo in more than a year.

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About Too Many T’s | Too Many T’s have built up a strong fan base with their electric performances and positive vibes stage shows, touring all over the UK over the last four years. They have supported some of hip-hop’s greats including Snoop Dogg, Big Daddy Kane, De La Soul and Public Enemy.



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