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Confident. Remarkably pretty. Fiery-spirited.Don’t get it twisted because you don’t have to think rugged in order to know this girl can spit! Leafing through her promotional CD provides a good insight into her full-length album, “It’s Tygeraa,” produced by a team of experts including work from cousultant/artist developer, Adam Rogers, representing Bad Boy Productions and Interscope Records. “It’s Tygeraa” is slated for release on My Daddy’s Records label early next year. Refreshingly, there are no two, three or even four-step dance songs. Thankfully, no one-hit wonders of catchy phrases like “ah bey bey!” (sorry Lil’ Hurricane) and without the boisterous “stuntin.” Instead, Tygeraa maxes out the laid-back tunes of Detroit that will be sampled over again and again, blending her resonant voice on top of every track. Vibing off of hip-hop, gangsta and R&B, her style doesn’t reside in the getting money factor, MOB/MONs mentality or the expletive notes of catching a man, Tygeraa turns it around, keeping it simple and reminiscent of the other facets of everyday life, especially how it’s done up in Detroit. “Come Out and Play,” with a video to match on Youtube, is a lyrical ode to the low-key side of Detroit – ridin’ around The Rock, Rouge or Chandler parks, hanging with the fam, barbequing and just taking some time out. In straightforward renditions on other tracks like “I Want You,” she skillfully describes what she wants and how she wants it romantically, her swift spiel adding a raunchy tang without the crud. Plateauing her other cuts to another level, relatable, reveals that they’re indicative of her early-life experiences. Tygeraa states: “It made me step up my game and be a little lady,” who had to grow up fast. Already well-known in the streets for her lyrical prowess, Tygeraa, 24, gets it done one way or the other. “She’s got the energy, she’s got the drive,” states her newfound manager, T. Perkins of My Daddy’s Records. Start

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