With his second album, A Place To Go, just released through Island Records the narcotics loving singer cites influence from the likes of Lauryn Hill and Otis Redding. Sadly he doesn’t shape up to them.
Single Tear is a weird one. Throughout the track Tyler James opts for his typical falsetto, a choice that we feel ruins this song. Had James decided to sing this song properly it might have been passable.
What a wally.