A native of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Tyler Noel began singing at the tender age of five in the church choir. At the age of 12, Noel began her professional music career when she joined the girl group, Solo Tre. The group was signed to acclaimed producer Derek Baker, also known as Bigg D, who is known for producing Jamie Foxx’s hit, Unpredictable.
After singing with Solo Tre for two years, Noel then joined the girl group Synphony, which was created by songwriter and producer Troy Bell. Within a couple years, the five piece group, Synphony had become a trio and by the time Noel was 18, the thought of being a solo artist was burning in her mind.
With plans to attend college, fate had different plans for her when she suffered a severe partially paralyzing stroke, which left her barely able to speak at the age of 18. Her determination, love for music, and support from her father, who she credits as her best friend, allowed her to prevail against the odds and continue her musical journey at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, Florida where she studied music with a concentration in vocal performance.
Noel is inspired by the memory of her father, who passed 2007, and her life experiences in the streets of Florida.
“I write and sing about my life and that’s why my songs are instantly relatable,” says Tyler Noel whose vocal idol is gospel icon Karen Clark Sheard. She also adores all genres of music ranging from Mozart and Bach, to Gwen Stefani and Sarah Mclachlan, to Donny Hathaway and Brandy.
The unsigned artist gearing up to sign with a major label has an album in the works and has had a smash single with “I Can Do Better” featuring a hypersexual duet with R&B sensation Pleasure P formerly of Pretty Ricky. The song also features the production artistry of Lil Ronnie (Brittany Spears, Bow Wow, & R. Kelly). In the meantime Noel dropped another single called, “Remedy” which has no less than three versions, the original, plus two House remixes featuring Producer Sam Randle.
Tyler’s story is bursting with up’s and downs, achievements as well as disappointments. “Singing is a source of healing for me. If it’s not real, how can I expect other people to believe it?” One thing remains constant to all who know and love her as family, friend, or fan: her sincerity.
Things get off to a great start with the Sam Randle produced “Remedy”. It bears all the hallmarks of a great production style which is also why it’s so enjoyable. The song is a real grower, boasting a strong melody with a thumping rhythm and powerful vocal interpretation by Tyler. After a few listens you’ll be hooked. It’s not bombastic and overblown, yet it’s energetic, frisky and frivolous with some sparkling backing vocals to match.
“Remedy”, could easily be an instant club hit with its rapidly changing tempos and feel, the hypnotic beat and Tyler’s voice, which, dripping with pure emotion, will take your soul places that it’s never quite been.
Tyler Noel is obviously not just about “Remedy” though, songs like “Tell It To My Heart” which a knockout song and my personal favorite, “Lights On”, “Control”, “Messed Up” and “Kiss The Floor” will completely convince you that the lady is an R&B force to be reckoned with! All the songs are well written, exquisitely produced, and magnificently sung by the lovely and talented Tyler.
It’s amazing how much emotion Tyler puts into her music too. Throughout her songs, she keeps things simple, yet satisfies the complexity and complicity of modern music perfectly. Her undisclosed secret is having a sharp beat, an infectious melody, and a voice that makes your blood sizzle.
I’m glad to say that if you’re looking for a change from the usual slip-slop laden so-called female singers of today, take my advice and get “Remedy”, or any other of Tyler Noel’s songs. Her sultry voice makes love to ballads, and easily lends itself to the danceable tracks.
This is the kind of stuff you light candles too…and there’s no one better to do it with, than Tyler Noel!
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