New Music: Tyler Woods “Talk It Over” featuring Topic
For those not familiar with Tyler Woods, let me introduce you:
Amongst a musical realm of cliché lyrics and gimmicky artistry a new R&B superstar is on the rise to rebirth the art once known as soul music. Raised in Raleigh, NC the second of three children, Tyler and his older brother would often join their father (a collegiate musical professor) at his workplace. This is where he learned how to play over 10 musical instruments. Tyler’s ability to compose music stemmed from his mother (an English teacher). His drive is what skilled him as a musical composer and vocal arranger. While attending high school Tyler caught the attention of his peers while performing at various talent shows. Despite to his parent’s dismay Tyler relocated to Europe in pursuit of his music career. After gaining moderate success overseas with his musical group N’trigue Tyler returned to the states. Upon his arrival a newly motivated Tyler quickly gained the attention of 102 Jams, popular radio station in Greensboro, NC. With his hit single “Maybelline Lady” in heavy rotation at the station Tyler quickly gained local popularity. This garnered the attention of Grammy Award winning producer 9th Wonder. Who in-turn, signed Tyler to Jamala Records. This prompted Tyler’s feature vocals on songs for many artists including: Styles P, Talib Kweli, Buckshot, Chink Santana, Lloyd, Marc Dorsey, Living Color and Bink. Tyler’s guitar skills can be heard on tracks for Floetry, Kelis and Nicole Ray. While not recording Tyler is busy writing, arraigning, producing, engineering and scoring music for himself and other artists. He also gives vocal and adlib lessons to local talent in North Carolina. Tyler’s soulful voice is quickly catching the ears of musical lovers all-over. With Tyler Woods the true essence of R&B and soul music will never be mislead nor forgotten.