Tyler Loyal is a Boston-based singer and song composer who has an aura of control and assurance over every song he touches.
Rapping has been a lifelong hobby of mine since I was eight years old. He debuted as an adolescent in 2017 with his SoundCloud track “Better Off as Friends” which racked up more than 300,000 plays without any advertising.
In the following year, Tyler would release “The Bottom” a song that helped secure his reputation as an artist in the Boston region, while he continued to hone his craft.
“Enemy” released in 2018, was another well-received release from his ongoing growth and effort before he cranked up the heat in 2019 with many releases including “Options“, “Gone for the Summer” and Jay Gwuapo’s “Level Up” featuring him.
It was Tyler’s first single, “Hit Me” with rapper Jay Critch, and he’s now hungrier than ever before with more to show.
With a contemporary touch, “Fallin’ Off” has an R&B-inspired atmosphere. In the song, a guy who has reached the end of the road in a toxic relationship is shown as the narrator.
Because of the endless and aggravating disagreements, he now prioritises desire above his girlfriend, which has caused them to grow apart.
With nothing left to hide, his only option to save their deteriorating relationship is to be completely open and honest with each other.