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Tyler Noel: A real RnB Singer for real RnB Music Lovers

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Tyler Noel is a funky little RnB Diva originally from Ft. Lauderdale, FL who now resides in Atlanta, GA. She prides herself on being a “Real” singer with dynamic vocals as well as a passionate songwriter who writes relatable songs from her soul. Tyler expressed her love for real vocalists by stating: “Artist that inspired me throughout life are mainly real singers. Singers that do not need an auto tune like Faith Evans, Brandy, KeKe Wyatt, Luther Vandross, Betty Wright..You know, a singers..singer. “ She also confessed her dying vocal love for Gospel Singer Karen Clark Sheard, saying: “ I remember growing up in the church and at a young age, just listening to Gospel singers like Karen Clark Sheard and thinking that she could do incredible things with her voice and that I wanted to be able to do those things with my voice.” The RNB World has Tamar Braxton to thank for refueling the fire for female R&B Singers‘ return; Tyler is sure to be one singer to blaze in on that flame.

Ms. Noel began singing at the age of 5 in the church choir. At the age of 12, she joined an all-girl group called,"Solo Tre". The group was signed to acclaimed producer Derek Baker, also known as Bigg D, who produced Jamie Foxx's hit "Unpredictable”. At 18, after this group and many others she joined disbanded Tyler felt it was time to be a solo artist. Her dream to be a successful R&B singer drove her to relocate to Atlanta, GA where many other driven urban artists go to find success in music. Toni Braxton and Nicki Minaj as well as many others are known to have relocated to the Urban Music Capitol of the South.

Since her arrival to Atlanta, Tyler has teamed up with Karma Kreative Management who manages her career. She is now gearing up to release her first EP and has had a smash single with "I Can Do It Better" featuring a hypersexual duet with R&B sensation Pleasure P formerly of Pretty Ricky - Click here to listen. The song also features the production artistry of Lil Ronnie who produced for World Famous artists: Britney Spears, Bow Wow, & R. Kelly.

Currently, Tyler Noel has over 2 Million views demonstrating the support of her music from fans all over the world. Her latest release, which is dedicated to one of the hottest reality shows on T.V. today, “Love and Hip-Hop Atlanta” is called: “If you wanna leave” (Click on the video above to listen now). This song was written by Tyler which sums up most of the relationships on the show that have crashed and burned. A line in the song stating: “I was never disrespectful to your momma even though I couldn’t stand her.” refers to the tumultuous relationship of “Lil Scrappy” and his former Fiancé Ericka, and his mother Momma “D”. Ms. Noel's songs are relatable to today’s mainstream audience and this song proves to be one of them.

Tyler Noel is a “Real” vocalist who truly loves the art of singing. You can hear her sing live on her YouTube channel covering today’s top hits. This woman gives her vocals raw and direct in a room with no mic, no auto tune, just her!

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