Tydal Interview

Short Biography: Born in rural St Mary, Jamaica September 1982, my musically Journey has been decorated and guided through the faith of Rastafari. This has been very evident in most recent singles and interviews. I’m quite rooted to my upbringing, thus treasuring my tradition and rich culture. I’m always willing share to the younger generation and persons interested to know my journey so I sometimes incorporate in my music.

Gav Pauze: When did you first start singing?
Tydal: I started singing in High School, beating dest and clashing with Beenie Man and Bounty Killer songs in the early 90s. I penned my first song at 11 years old.

Gav Pauze: Did your family encourage you?
Tydal: Yes my family always give me full support when it comes to music. I also have a couple family members involved in music so that makes it easier. My father played based guitar in church.

Gav Pauze: Who else in your family sings?
Tydal: My brother JR Daine and Fabigeez are both artists also and my uncle Dennis Lovelock is an old time singer.

Gav Pauze: Who are your musical inspirations?
Tydal: My musical inspirations comes from anyone who’s doing good music from whichever Genre, especially from the foundation artist like Dennis Brown, Bob Marley, Buju Banton, Sizzla plus many more.

Gav Pauze: What kind of music do you listen to today?
Tydal: I’m listening to some Sweet Reggae Music right now.

Gav Pauze: Do you release music on vinyl?
Tydal: Not yet but I hope soon because I’m in love with Vinyl

Gav Pauze: Where would you most like to perform?
Tydal: I would love to perform in Africa, UK, South America and Costa Rica

Gav Pauze: Who would you most like to work with?
Tydal: I would love a collaboration with Sizzla and Damian Marley. I would also love to work with Sly & Robbie

Gav Pauze: What do you think about whilst performing?
Tydal: I always thinking about making a lasting impression on my audience.

Gav Pauze: If you weren’t singing, what would you be doing?
Tydal: Honestly I can’t answer that exactly, but definitely I would be earning an honest living.

Gav Pauze: Do you play any instruments?
Tydal: I’m currently learning to play the guitar and next will be the piano.

Gav Pauze: If you could/do dabble in another genre of music, what would it be/is it?
Tydal: I really like Hip Hop, would love to dabble in some of that for sure.

Gav Pauze: What genre of music can’t you stand to listen to?
Tydal: I don’t understand Metal music, and it’s really noisy so really I can’t stand it.

Gav Pauze: What hidden talents do you have?
Tydal: I’m a good soccer player, a good chef and also very good at Arts & Craft.

Gav Pauze: What can we expect from you in 2016 and beyond?
Tydal: 2016 should be great with several singles to be released. Some very good musical works and also maybe an EP.

Tydal Interview

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