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Stay, 1997

I Can Be All, 2005


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Change is one of the most difficult things to embrace in life; change implies a loss of the usual, the normal, the comfortable and the expected. Change is uncertain and at times even frightening. However, for Tyquan, change is growth, and it’s natural and necessary and ultimately inevitable and redemptive.

In recent years, Tyquan has established himself as one of the most creative musicians of his generation. He has proven himself a conqueror and a survivor. The talented producer, arranger and songwriter who released Stay a soulful single in 1997, experienced a life threatening ordeal, “kidney failure.” Yet he has overcome only to evolve into a more striking individual on his sophomore stunner, I Can Be All.

When you ask Tyquan, what he wants people to hear when they listen to I Can Be All, his debut album, the multi-talented artist answers, “My versatility. I want them to hear all of the musical influences from hip-hop to R&B to jazz, there’s even some alternative. I want them to hear the talent. I want them to understand me as an artist.”

Tyquan is an enticing individual with a charisma that captures your heart right from the start. His persona is so vibrant and his musical ability is just as stunning. Having worked with artists such as E-40, Levetti, Coolie-O, and producers R-Vell (Something for the People), Billy Moss (Return of the Mac), and Effrem (Do G’s go to Heaven) as well as many others, shows Tyquan is well established in the music industry. Seldom can you find an individual better rounded; a performer, composer and executive watch as Tyquan shows the world All He Can Be.