Tyme is constant, and ever changing, evolving our perceptions from one moment to the next.
Tyme is infinite and ageless, whose growth is evident in the diversity of her style.
Tyme takes risks and crosses boundaries others say should not be crossed.
I was told that once I decided on what style singing I wanted, I couldn’t change it because it would confuse my audience. I disagree. To me its more about the feeling of the song. A good song is a good song.
Tyme had shown her versatility from her first album, which was classified as “neo –soul” up to her new single and upcoming sophomore album. The single “Want My Keys”, deviates from the first album because it has a dirty down south beat, with a chanty, catchy hook. The only similarity this song has to the ones prior is that she still has her R&B vocals caressing the verses.
The thing that really separates my second album from the norm is that I made it into a sound track to a book I wrote about my experiences trying to make it as a independent artist in New York. Moving to L.A I didn’t realize how drastically my life would change. I went from driving down a sunny California freeway in my convertible BMW to living in a roach infested homeless shelter. My experience inspired me to write a book, with each song on my second album coinciding with chapters from it.