Tyler Dozier (aka emoty) is a Denver-based hip-hop artist who recently released his second single, “History.”. Cameron Sargent (aka Madilla) produced this song about bragging habits to impress others, commonly dating partners. Madilla sees society as a whole as something that should be taken seriously and reflected upon. The song first sounds like an encouragement to do whatever it takes to impress someone you’re going out with, but in reality, it casts a mirror at daters and asks why it’s acceptable to act this way. With his striking message, emoty begins his music career without hesitation.
emoty follows a relationship model based on common interests, common passions, and common quirks. A person’s true self, rather than money or possessions, should be prioritized, as he understands. The belief is unfortunately not always reciprocated. This Denver artist depicts the chase that goes along with pursuing love with a new sense of confidence in the single. emoty balances the need to reveal his feelings on a date with the need to keep his guard up. Listeners who have experienced this can relate to his song.
The summer jam “History” combines the smooth, catchy elements of hip-hop with the melodic hooks of pop. The message of the song can either be digested through lyrical dives or simply enjoying the music. During “History,” emoty explores the desire to pursue the person he values, but he is uncertain if they are truly the same as him. Justin Scott Lucas, a guitarist and songwriter who also contributed to Khalid’s Free Spirit album, wrote the song too. It will be available on June 25 everywhere, and it is a strong introduction to what Tyler emoty has in store for 2021 and beyond.
This article was penned by Jonathan P. Wright. Jonathan is a freelance writer for multiple mainstream publications and CVO of RADIOPUSHERS. You can read more of his work by clicking here.