Recently, R&B music has been making a serious comeback within the industry. With artists like Chris Brown and Jacquees, singers have established their importance in the game. One of these notable singers is a name that many of you have never heard of: Mr. Tyeskie. Originally signed to Sony Orchard, Tyeskie had been rising to the top solely through self-promotion. This self promotion has gained him fans from all over the globe.
He credits social media for much of his success. According to him, he’s bringing back R&B. His lyrics have a way to touch your heart. “Concepts are simple and feelings are pure emotion as you are enchanted by the new old soul. Reminiscent of heart throbs like Brian Mc Knight, Jeffrey Osborn, Donny Hathaway, Luther Vandross and the Commodores, I’m the voice of love”, he says.
Mr. Tyeskie, born Delon Tyeskie, grew up in Dallas, Texas. Raised by a single mother, in church every Sunday, he learned the values of a true Southern gentleman. Shy by nature, he came to life on stage at the age of 7. Audiences adored him. He didn’t seek fame and fortune, but a way to speak the words of love and devotion.
He was oblivious to his gift but focused on making people feel good until he entered a talent show and realized that the stage is his comfort zone.
This upbringing did a lot for Mr.Tyeskie as a singer. This made him go hard! Mr. Tyeskie’s single “Gotta Be” reached #1 on Spotify and “Marry Me” already the “go-to” wedding song internationally. “Hooked On You” and “I’m Sorry” are streamed internationally by diverse listeners around the globe. “Don’t Give Up” gives hope as he sings about his faith.
He is focused on completing his album while offers keep coming for performance. Delon Tyeskie, still a gospel singer at heart, also writes and performs soulful spiritual music like “Mr. Tyeskie Praise Him”. At the start of 2022, he was awarded a plaque for his single “I’m Sorry” reaching #53 on the iTunes Chart! It is clear that Mr. Tyeskie has a huge future ahead of him. Everyone go stream “Marry Me” and “I’m Sorry” available now on all platforms.