Harlem’s Own Tyler.V Promises Relief On New Song, “Let It Go” [Premiere]
Influenced by the vocals of Toni Braxton, Brandy and Jazmine Sullivan, New York City songstress Tyler.V grabs our collective attention on “Let It Go”.
Harlem is known for producing innovatively unique singers. From Keith Sweat to Millie Jackson to the legendary Billie Holiday — the creative forces that must be in the air on 125th Street are truly powerful. This swirl of genius, mania, ferocity and beautiful blackness gave birth to the effortlessly beautiful vocal prowess of Tyler.V. Also a Harlem native, this free spirit has shared with us a song that feels light and full of release called “Let It Go”.
Produced by The Space 9 and written by Tyler.V, “Let It Go” showcases her thought-provoking lyrics and passionate-fueled voice. Influenced by the vocal stylings of Toni Braxton, Brandy and Jazmine Sullivan — “Let It Go” grabs our collective attention and we don’t want it to let us leave. For those just getting familiar with Tyler.V, she’s harnessed her Caribbean background and fused it to her desire to perfect her craft.
A student of the Frank Sinatra School of the Arts, Tyler.V’s talents include classical and opera. These ranges and styles are just a few colors she presents on her forthcoming EP, Unlocked, which you should be available Dec. 1. With that in mind, please allow us here @Okayplayer to present the premiere of Tyler.V’s “Let It Go” underneath and stay tuned for more info about her Unlocked EP.