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December 23, 2019


"I hate who I became, I learned the hard way,

I Can't my myself, But I will change for you"


TyC carries the vocals weaved into a rap feature from Billard - a more polished version of Fetty Wap. Good tone and energy while remaining melodic, just what we like from modern rappers. These two blend well vocally and should re-connect for another tune in the future. Surprisingly, TyC has only released on song that he sings on before this one, as he gets closer to making a nice in this folk x trap sound.


TyC comes from a diverse background of genres and began his musical journey at the age of 10 when he first picked up the guitar and started writing songs. After leaving Berklee to go on tour with Carousel, he’s spent years honing his craft as both a musician, songwriter and a producer. He spent 2017 shadow producing and working with a network of artists signed with different labels in LA and since 2018, hasn’t stopped releasing singles under his own name and for others! Garnering over 250k streams in 2018 and over 100k on his last release, he surely one to watch out for in 2020!


Billlard has been up and coming on the Cleveland rap scene for the last couple years, amassed over 500,000 streams on Spotify last year and his single feat. MGK has over 1.5 mil plays and counting! His self releases have gotten the attention of Epic and LiveMixtapes and has some big moves planned for next year!




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