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RTC Awarded Best New Artist

2018 Turning Out To Be A Major Year

In 2018, RTC made moves. He shared his musical influences with Jonathan Wilson on NPR and worked with radio station producers like SM Tracks and KE On The Track to promote his music. In addition to this, he performed at Echo Stage in D.C., opened for the artist Papoose in Raleigh, North Carolina, and interviewed with Voice of America. To top it off, The Zimbabwe Achievers Association awarded RTC the title of "Best New Artist of the Year." Talk about a come up!

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A producer, artist, and composer, RTC puts his life and experiences on display to give the listener a sneak preview into the life of a young lyricist. 


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The Reason For The Season

Making Waves

Born in Zimbabwe, home to Victoria Falls, one of the seven wonders of the world, RTC was destined to become the eighth. With music that gives listeners a total body experience, he gives you all the feels. The Ups, the downs, and the ecstatic feeling of euphoria.

Today, you can find him making waves out in the DMV. From beat-making to writing and producing, Ralph, aka RTC, dedicates himself to the listener. He puts his life and experiences on display to give a glimpse into the life of an African living in an American world.

From watching his father perform as a young child, RTC knew music was his calling. After nine years of various forms of "audition only" choirs, RTC built and crafted his sound. During an interview, RTC said he wanted his music to be different and something no one has ever heard before. Hustling to pave his way, he had faith in his music and knew what he was capable of accomplishing.

In the face of adversity, RTC chased his aspirations to become the best, and it lit a fire within him. With his eyes on the prize, he set out to change the world with his original sound. RTC wants to prove to himself and the rest of the world that anything is possible once you put your mind to it. What keeps him grinding the most is his desire to give his family the life they deserve. 

NPR 88.5 Interview

"Although his first EP has streamed over 30,000 times on Spotify, Chambati still produces and edits tracks himself in a home studio. "


The visuals for RTC's latest video are crazy! Check it out.

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