Rising electronic dance music star Tyler Lawrence has completely outdone himself with the release of his fresh and upbeat bass-house tune, “The Heet.” Available now for streaming and purchase, 100% of the track’s proceeds are being donated to the NAACP in support of the ongoing Black Lives Matter Movement.
While many rising artists on the path to success tend to focus solely on getting their name out there, attaining the most number of plays on major streaming platforms, and gaining followers on social media, Tyler Lawrence has a bit of a different vision. A propelling bass house visionary creating his own path within the dance music genre, Tyler has decided to promote his new music in conjunction with the Black Lives Matter movement in the most influential way possible.
“Now more than ever, people are realizing and acknowledging the blatant racism in this country. The same racism that has been around for centuries and never truly went away. We are at a pivotal point in history that signals a chance for real change. Music has always been such a big part of my life and so much of my work and creativity is influenced and inspired by the contributions of the Black community to music. I want to influence real change in any way I can. I want to encourage everyone I know to show support at marches, donate, use their voices to spread awareness and have tough conversations with family who have been blinded by their own environments. This contribution is just another small way I can try to influence change.” – Tyler Lawrence
The release of “The Heet” is a perfect representation of this selfless creative nature, serving as a powerful tool to motivate others to move forward and continue to ride the wave with a mesmerizing tune. The 4-minute long track showcases Tyler Lawrence’s exquisite house music mastery and production talents, beaming with pumping bass drops all throughout. The San Francisco based producer shares that he aspired to create a song that embodied that “feel good, get loose, let’s not worry about tomorrow” energy and allow listeners to go back to that feeling and let go of any negativity just for a moment, and that’s exactly what the track illustrates.
“The Heet” is the type of tune listeners just can’t get enough of and find themselves dancing effortlessly to throughout its entirety. Its highly energetic beat radiates with feel-good encouragement, a positive rhythm our world really needs right now. If you haven’t yet, get a load of Tyler Lawrence’s striking fresh track “The Heet” to help lift your spirits and simultaneously support Black Lives Matter, the NAACP, oh and change the world one stream at a time.
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