Rising R&B Artist Garrett P. Tyler Releases New Single “Lady”


Rising R&B musical artist Garrett P. Tyler has already made significant inroads in the music industry with his impressive work on various productions that he plays for such as; Judah and the Lion, for King & Country, Local Sound, Pink Laundry, Jagwar Twin, and Christy Nockels.

His touring/recording history includes artists such as R.LUM.R, Casting Crowns, Fleurie, J. Human, Josh Wilson, Finding Favour.  Tyler has also appeared on shows like Late Night with Seth Meyers and has shared the stage, opening for artists such as ‘The 1975’, Tim McGraw, Keith Urban, Sam Hunt, and Blake Shelton.

The Nashville-based multi-instrumentalist, musical director, producer, and educator, artist Tyler just released his new hit single “Lady,” and he is ready to greet the changing of seasons with combined pop production, hypnotic drum beats, and organic R&B melodies, creating a sound both fresh and familiar.

Having traveled around the world, Tyler takes us on a musical journey with the perfect backdrop of rhythm and blues with an extra mix of pop backbeat driving possibilities of a romantic ride with overtures “I’m thinking maybe, You’d be my lady/ Not just my daydream (echo), Don’t want nothin but you…” might answer the question, could you be my lady?

The interlude is a vibrant mixture of Tyler’s musicology and worldview and his fresh take on rhythm and blues/pop vibe, setting this love song far and away from anything else you’ve ever heard before.  “Lady” is truly a delightful musical odyssey for the mind and lovesick heart. It is the pursuit of love – it is the dedication to taking a daydream and turning it into a reality.

Tyler is a true force to be reckoned with as his talents continue to shine in his solo efforts with “Lady” setting the bar.

Take listen to “Lady” below to experience this musical romantic soundscape of love.

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