Tedashii Releases Surprise Christmas Double Single

On the heels of DEAD OR ALIVE pt 1 release back in September, and a few days before Christmas, Tedashii shines with his vocals on two (2) brand new Christmas songs; Christmas Call featuring VRose and Back Home For Christmas.

Listen to “For Christmas”:

“Christmas Call” ft V.Rose is a record that Tedashii wrote for people who have loved ones who won’t make it home for the holidays. “I wanted to make a song that spoke to that situation and the feelings that come with it. It’s the lack of connection some feel around the holidays that brings music like this to life. I can remember being away from my lady on Christmas. It was no fun at all. Only the promises of what next year would bring for us is what got me through those tough days,” says Tedashii. “I reached out to VRose, who was delighted to collaborate, and I’m glad she did because her dreamy vocals added a glistening touch on this track. It is a real and honest record that gives hope for the holidays. Here’s to everyone having to make a Christmas Call this year.”

“Back Home For Christmas” is an intimate track written with his favorite childhood memories of opening presents, all the good food, and having many relatives home for the holidays. Tedashii adds, “This song empathizes with those who long to be home for the holidays. I wanted to see the angst of that represented in today’s Christmas music, and this song definitely does that. I remember seeing the front door open and so many people crowding in all at once. The crescendo of laughter as new guests arrived brought an enthusiasm and a joy I felt seeing so many people gathered in one place, all connected around the spirit of what this holiday is all about, family.”

These two (2) tracks show the expansion of Tedashii’s musical capabilities, stretching from the norm of his raps and hard-hitting flows. Tedashii for the first time reveals his ability to sing and delights many with comments on his Instagram post here saying, “You. Better. Sing. Tedashii!” from Crystal Nicole, Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter, and many more!

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About Tedashii:

Tedashii is a tenured artist, musician, public speaker, writer, and communicator burdened to see people become who they were born to be. Growing up in Texas on the fringes of society, family, and football were everything – then he found faith. With this faith, he ventured into vocational ministry and eventually artistry as a member of the 116 on Reach Records. He graduated from the University of North Texas with a dual Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology and Sociology to further his ambitions to reach those beyond his city limits.

For the last twenty years, he’s devoted his life to encouraging others to find their identity in God and leading a movement of unashamed believers who desire to engage the world for His glory. He is the founder of the Chase Foundation—an organization to serve families who have lost children by being a present help for future hope, the originator of Chase Wellness, the CEO of Unashamed Ministries, and the host of his podcast The Dash. Tedashii and his wife (Danielle) live in Atlanta, GA, and are the proud parents of four amazing boys.

About Reach Records:

Reach Records is an Atlanta based independent hip-hop label founded in 2004 by Lecrae and Ben Washer. Long before acclaim, awards, plaques, chart positioning, and radio play, the two started the label because they both love hip-hop and Jesus. Reach Records was launched with no strategy, no funds, no big players, but they made big moves! Today Reach Records is a trailblazing label with a roster of nearly 10 artists and a staff of 20 who are unashamed about sharing their faith and passionate about hip-hop. Reach Records is committed to building a movement that combines faith with music and popular culture.

Sarah Hearn
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Sarah Hearn is Editor-in-Chief of, founded in 2011. The site was recently named among Feedspot's Top Gospel and Christian Music Websites. Sarah is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists and the Gospel Music Association.

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