Up and comer Tyler Fiore, singer and songwriter from Phoenix, Arizona, got his start releasing music online independently. Tyler landed his first feature via NoCopyright Sounds titled "Paralyzed" with DM Galaxy. With the success of that track came with Tyler being featured on "Chasing Paradise" with Friendzone, "Villain" with Olwik, and "Upside Down" with Matthew Blake via NoCopyright Sounds. In July of 2015, Tyler signed to Drip Drop Records while also signing a management contract with Marx Entertainment. Currently Tyler is actively working on his double solo album "Ambitions & Addictions", set to release in January 2016, his first with Drip Drop Records. He recently dropped his first track entitled "C.J.C." together with Zopax and from the sound of things early on, Tyler is set for a stellar 2016.
The track is a moombahton/hip hop infused dance track with a heavy saxophone hook. The track is titled "Cocaine Jameson & Cigarettes
" and is produced along with Zopax
. A sexy production, Zopax
are a talented duo to be reckoned with. The track tells a story of those late nights turning into mornings with the help of some extra curricular activities. Bouncy and featuring a undeniably addicting saxophone lead, "CJC
" suits well for the club or house party. The production also provides a fresh and innovative production style. There are not too many producers out there that can infuse elements of hip hop and dance music together. To go for it on a original production shows the confidence Tyler
possess. It seems one of the new trends has been to blend hip hop and dance music lately, especially within the Trap domain, but it has been mainly remixes and bootlegs to this point. With Future Bass and Trap, hip hop's influences are widely felt. This track proves that an original can be accomplished and we look forward to see what else Tyler Fiore
has in store for 2016.