Tyler Thomas - Never

Posted 3 years ago
Producer:
Sega
Album:
95 Til' Mixtape

“What do you want to be when you grow up?” It’s a question we’ve all heard, or are even still hearing occasionally depending on our age. At 21, I know for sure I didn’t have that answer, but it appears 21-year-old Los Angeles native Tyler Thomas knows what he wants out of his future..and that’s to blow the f**k up in this here rap game.  Produced by Sega, Never is a soul sample driven record that finds Thomas rhyming about the doubters that exist thus far in his career, and what he hopes to do once he attains his inspirational heights. With his first DJBooth feature now under his belt, will Thomas be able to turn Never into forever? If you like what you hearing (and viewing) from Tyler, be sure to download his mixtape ‘95 Til, available now.

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