|Little-T and One Track Mike|
|Origin||New Brunswick, New Jersey|
|Genre|| Hip Hop |
|Associated Acts||Tim Fite|
| Little-T |
One Track Mike
Shank Bone Mystic
Little-T and One Track Mike (sometimes Little T & One Track Mike) was a hip-hop duo from New Jersey, USA. They are mostly remembered for their only hit Shaniqua, which had been popular on MTV in 2001.
Timothy Sullivan, now Fite, (Little-T, who was given this name by his brother) and Michael Flannery (One Track Mike who was dubbed this by Little T in a car ride to after the completion of their first demo) met in college while attending Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey in 1998. They wrote some songs and already were popular among people in school and shows before, at one show, the MTV Lyricist Lounge Show decided to help them out, and introduced them to Lava Records who quickly signed them.
The duo went on to tour for two years with such acts as Outkast, Blink 182, Green Day, Ben Kweller, My Morning Jacket along with many others. The second single was set to be "Wings". The band had chosen the song because it reflected who they were a lot more than the previous single, which showed them to be just another "white rap act".
In 2002 they were featured on the Scooby Doo soundtrack, and that was the end of their known career together. Since then, Little-T has been signed to ANTI- Records under the name Tim Fite. One Track Mike still produces music from his project studio in Central Maine.
- Little-T - Vocals
- One Track Mike - Samples, Instruments, Vocals
- Little-T - Vocals
- One Track Mike - Bass, Guitar, Vocals
- Jesse (Savior) - Bass, Percussions
- Shank Bone Mystic - Instruments, Vocals
- J-Ride - Drums
- Fome Is Dape (2001)
Singles & PromoEdit
- "Shaniqua" (2001)
- "Wings" was featured in the film Mean Machine (2001).
- In the song "Giudance Councelor" you can hear the guidance councelor say "Mr. Sullivan". This is a hint that Little T's real name is Timothy Sullivan.
- Little-T And One Track Mike on Atlantic Records
- Little-T And One Track Mike interview with Kristi Singer
- Little-T And One Track Mike interview with Christopher Wilcha
- Little-T And One Track Mike interview with VH1
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