Afro-Fusion Tim Lyre Unveils Sensual Single ‘Tighter’ and Pan-African EP ‘MASTA’

In a year highlighted by accolades from Tidal and Audiomack as one of Africa’s rising stars, the trailblazing afro-fusion artist Tim Lyre is poised to unveil his latest single, “Tighter,” in anticipation of his forthcoming EP, “MASTA.” This kaleidoscopic musical endeavor is set to be released under the avant-garde London-Johannesburg record label, Outer South. Tim Lyre, whose debut album “Worry<” was an instant cult classic within the alté community upon its March 2022 release, continues to make waves in the music scene.

Scheduled for release on October 13th, “Tighter” is a seductive and alluring afrobeats track that gracefully explores themes of sensuality, love, and unbridled joy. Collaborating with one of the year’s emerging stars, Minz, and produced by his long-time creative partner DaRe, this single promises to be a musical sensation.

The EP’s other lead singles, “Chasing Wind” and “Confess,” have already amassed over one million streams, receiving recognition and support from prominent platforms like TRACE Africa, MTV Base, BBC Radio 1Xtra, SoundCity, Cool FM, The Beat, and Native Mag. Tim Lyre’s fearless departure from conventional themes and meticulous attention to every sonic detail make “MASTA” a breath of fresh air, highlighting his unwavering dedication to artistic exploration.

Tim Lyre’s message to his audience reflects a commitment to self-improvement: “For self-assurance, self-confidence, and overall self-improvement. I’ll do my best, and I want you to do the same. Take good care of yourself. I look forward to seeing the greatest version of you.”

“MASTA” is a collaborative effort spanning the United Kingdom, South Africa, and Nigeria, making it a vibrant pan-African and diasporic masterpiece. This project seamlessly melds voices and cultures into a harmonious, globe-trotting symphony, offering a global representation of where afro-fusion stands in 2023.

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