Tyla Yaweh Heart Full Of Rage

Tyla Yaweh Heart Full Of Rage


Tastemaker-approved genre shifter Tyla Yaweh reveals his brand new project Heart Full of Rage. Click here to listen & buy via London Entertainment, Epic Records and Sony Music Entertainment.

A fiery fusion of R&B, hip-hop, and pop by way of rockstar-level attitude and style, the ten-track collection highlights his instantly recognizable voice and slick and sticky hooks. It jumps from the immediately irresistible "Salute" [feat. French Montana] to the smoked-out first single "Who Shot Johnny?" Meanwhile, his voice takes flight on the airy "Wraith Skating" [feat. PnB Rock] before the tense closer "Ain't What They Seem." Check out the full tracklisting below.

Right now, Tyla is supporting global superstar Post Malone across Europe and Australia before returning stateside for a series of festival performances, including Bonnaroo, Firefly, and Lollapalooza, to name a few. The remaining dates can be found below.

With more surprises in store, Tyla's Heart Full Of Rage beats uncontrollably now.

A new kind of rockstar, Tyla Yaweh defies everything, even genre. He seamlessly merges R&B, hip-hop, and pop without apology. As a result, he quietly became a phenomenon. Beyond racking up over 22 million cumulative streams, the Orlando-born and Los Angeles-based disruptor has performed alongside everyone from Post Malone to Saint JHN and collaborated with the likes of Ski Mask The Slump God, Juice WRLD, and more. Not to mention, he received acclaim from Complex, HotNewHipHop, and more. Breaking rules and boundaries all at once, he's primed to explode in 2019 with his first project for Epic Records, the aptly titled Heart Full Of Rage.

Heart Full Of Rage Tracklisting
1. High Right Now
2. Salute Ft. French Montana
3. Who Shot Johnny?
4. Novacane
5. Wraith Skating Ft. PnB Rock
6. Chiquita
7. Gemini
8. Adderall
9. They Ain't You
10. Ain't What It Seem

Australian Show Dates 2019 (supporting Post Malone)
April 26, Perth Arena, Perth
April 28, Adelaide Entertainment Centre, Adelaide
April 30, Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne
May 1, Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne
May 2, Adelaide Entertainment Centre, Adelaide
May 4, Brisbane Entertainment Centre, Brisbane
May 5, Brisbane Entertainment Centre, Brisbane
May 7, Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney
May 8, Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney
May 9, Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney
May 11, Spark Arena, Auckland New Zealand
May 12, Spark Arena, Auckland New Zealand




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