Rhyme Report

Published on August 5th, 2021 | by Dr. Jerry Doby


TYLA YAWEH Releases Music Video for “Back Outside” + RAGER BOY Album On The Way!

It’s an exciting year for the young lion Tyla Yaweh who I’ve been rocking with since the beginning. He just copped two Gold Plaques, performed at the Billboard Music Awards, and his music is featured on FOX Sports live and NBA 2k…the music world is good this rising superstar. See the official word on the video and the upcoming album below!

It should come as no surprise that the Orlando-bred, LA-based artist is ready for his close-up. Despite the challenges of 2020, the last year was easily his most productive and successful year yet. He achieved his first Billboard Hot 100 hit with the Post Malone-featuring “Tommy Lee,” which has generated over 200 million streams to-date. His second single of the year, “Stuntin’ On You” featuring a scorching DaBaby, immediately followed and has generated over 80 million streams of its own thus far. Both tracks received special remixes, with SAINt JHN (stream HERE) and Tommy Lee (watch HERE) himself remixing “Tommy Lee,” and DDG and Dame D.O.L.L.A. joining Tyla on a new version of “Stuntin’ On You” (watch HERE). In addition, 2020 saw Tyla receive his first two Gold records, for “Tommy Lee” as well as his 2019 break-out “High Right Now,” taken from his debut project Heart Full Of Rage, with RAGER BOY’sStuntin On You” going Gold in 2021. Plus, he continues to approach a billion career streams and made his television debut, performing “Tommy Lee” with Post Malone on the Billboard Music Awards (watch HERE). “Stuntin’ On You” is featured within FOX Sports’ live sports franchises world-wide for all 2020-2021 seasons, while “Tommy Lee” appears on the latest edition of the wildly popular NBA 2K video game franchise.

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