Being the youngest in the family of musicians allowed him to sit in the student seat quite often, learning and obtaining a passion for the art of music, while no one else really noticed he was absorbing the lessons. He studied music as a vocalist and saxophonist, but later picked up drums, and piano.
Terrell left his home state at age 18 to join the U.S. Navy, and returned as a songwriter, while continuing to build an impressive resume as a businessman and motivational speaker. He later got a songwriting break when his aunt who owned a radio station introduced him to multi-platinum producer, Allan “Grip” Smith.
Terrell moved to Atlanta working with Smith on a wide array of artist projects including, Keith Sweat, LSG, Old Skool, Jagged Edge, Dru Hill and Excape. Terrell continued writing songs for other R&B, Pop, and Gospel artist, but it was there that he found a larger audience for singing and the live stage.
Acting on a desire to return to his musical roots, Terrell Edwards and Reach released their first Album, “More than Conquerors” in 2006. He later moved to Edmonton, Alberta, releasing his second album “The Living Room” with Tate Music Group in 2012. The album was well received in North America, with singles “To Worship you”, and “Not Ashamed” reaching Billboards top 200.
Terrell started the following decade with another change of course. In 2012 he began writing and producing music videos and live productions, and produced the radio show, “Inspire Time” in 2014.
He once again broadened his artistic repertoire, as he took the stage as an adult contemporary artist. His artistic journey continues, writing and producing for other artist, in various genres, while continuing as a solo artist himself. Terrell founded and performs with the Tri-City Rat pack, giving tribute to the late great Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, and Sammy Davis Jr. Terrell's latest album "Unchained" was released in September 2018.
Some of his greatest influences in music has been legends like Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder, Luther Vandross, and Kenny “Baby Face” Edmonds, to name a few.
“I hope to inspire people in everything I’m blessed to be a part of. I’m having the time of my life! Everybody deserves that opportunity!”