SA’s RnB sensation, Ricky Tyler, releases Déjà Vu single

Ricky Tyler, releases Déjà Vu single

SA’s rising RnB sensation, Ricky Tyler, has released a new single titled Déjà Vu. Déjà Vu premiered on 5FM Nights “Rate Your Talent” feature earlier this month to overwhelmingly positive feedback and has now officially been playlisted on 5FM.

Often likened to Grammy Award winning singer and songwriter, Sam Smith, Ricky Tyler shows his musical capabilities with his latest offering, Déjà Vu, which is now available on all major digital platforms and you can stream or download the track on the below links on iTunes and Audiomack.

“I’m so grateful to the positive response to Déjà Vu. I wrote the song after experiencing some loss in my life and I’m glad the song has been able to be an avenue to uplift others,” shares Ricky Tyler.

Those that know Ricky Tyler won’t be surprised to hear some rapping on the tracking. Ricky Tyler has achieved some positive milestones in the Hip Hop scene such as writing the soundtrack to Vuzu’s Rich Kids Season 2; However, Ricky Tyler returns to his first love of RnB with new single Déjà Vu.

“Ricky Tyler is a highly versatile artist that can competitively compete in any genre but excels in RnB as his vocal range is absolutely world class. I believe South Africans will fall in love with Ricky Tyler after hearing Déjà Vu and this is just the beginning of what is an exciting journey to come,” shares Jerry Sabwa, Artist & General Manager at Playground Productions.

Musical trained, Ricky Tyler is a refreshing addition to the South African music industry. If you are music lovers of artists such as Ed Sheeran and Sam Smith, you will definitely enjoy the catalogue of music that Ricky Tyler will be releasing this year.

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Era Baloyi

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Era Baloyi is a Copywriter, Social Media Manager, Public Relations and Communications practitioner who is Co-Founder and CEO of Fame Africa TV. He's been with Fame Africa TV since 2014 and he's seen how the magazine grew. He focuses more on entertainment, music and movie reviews.

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