1) Tell us something about yourself that your fans may not know.
A: When I was a kid I wanted to be a painter. But I always sang when I was painting. It felt like it came more naturally.
2) Who are some artists who influenced your music style, if any?
A: Mac Miller. At points in his life he was truly struggling but he was never afraid to venture out and experiment artistically. I truly admire that.
3) What made you want to pursue a career in music?
A: Music’s always been in my family. My dad’s a DJ. Since I was a kid I was singing and performing for all my stuffed animals in my apartment. Now I’m that guy singing his heart out on the train home at 3AM.
4) How has Brooklyn, NY had an impact on your music style, if at all?
A: I got to live a unique experience. I grew up in an area that was continuously changing, where I was exposed to different sides of the musical world.
5) What was the inspiration behind your single It’s All Alright?
A: It was an ode to a past version of myself that I knew was fleeting. I had just gone through one of the roughest parts of my life that I wasn’t handling particularly well. When I was writing this song it provided a healthy outlet. This is for that version of Tyrin so he will make it out the other side.
6) What's next for you as 2022 comes to a close?
A: I’m performing a couple local shows in NYC and venturing into making some pieces my fans can take home. Keep an eye out for something new.