Music Industry News Network [10-04-2017]

R&B Singer Tyler Noel's Single "Clap Back" Just Reached Over 50k Streams On Spotify

Email: kenyakreations@gmail.com
Url: http://www.mstylernoel.com
Sound: http://open.spotify.com/track/14pcvYpMCcVjQgQPzBfJva

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R&B recording artist Tyler Noel released her new single, Clap Back, via Seven Sounds Global LLC and Karma Kreative Management. The song, Clap Back, is produced by Award- winning producer Epikh Pro, whose credits include hitmakers like Bryson Tiller, R. Kelly, Tamar Braxton and Lecrae to name a few.

From an early age, Tyler Noel enjoyed music and singing in her local Church choir. Her sultry voice caught the attention of acclaimed producer Derek Baker, also known as Bigg D, who is known for producing Jamie Foxx's hit "Unpredictable, which led to her being signed to an all girl group, Solo Tre. Through the years and many girl groups later, by the time Tyler was 18, the thought of being a solo artist was burning in her mind.

With plans to attend college after high school, fate had different plans for Tyler when she suffered a severe partially paralyzing stroke, which left her barely able to speak at the age of 18. Her determination, love for music, her family, friends and the support from her Father, who she credits as her best friend, allowed her to prevail against the odds and continue her musical journey.

These days, Tyler balances her life as a wife and recording artist, with a budding songwriting resume that continues to have demands of its own. But she strives to maintain a single perspective. I just want to share my music and my voice with the world, says Tyler Noel.

Tyler's debut single, "Clap Back," is impacting multiple streaming sites currently. She has over 50,000 streams on Spotify alone.

For more information, visit the official website at www.mstylernoel.com or contact management, kenyakreations@gmail.com.

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