TYDAL

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Navardo Graham, artistically known as “Tydal", was born on September 24, 1982 in rural St. Mary. His first influences include his musically inclined parents who nurtured his passion for music and his natural ability to put words and melodies together.

 

Navardo Graham, artistically known as “Tydal", was born on September 24, 1982 in rural St. Mary. His first influences include his musically inclined parents who nurtured his passion for music and his natural ability to put words and melodies together.

 

Tydal cites the legendary musical genius Buju Banton as one of his greatest inspirations, in addition to the reggae legend Bob Marley and Peter Tosh. Tydal penned and delivered his first song at age ten to an audience of his peers who were intrigued by his natural talent.


In 2003 Tydal stepped into the studio and unleashed his lyrical talent where he recorded “Ghetto Youths Cry” for Tiger Records. In 2004 his passions and talents were affirmed by non other than his inspiration Buju Banton who expressed that Tydal was "a musical force to reckoned with" and dubbed him as an unprecedented new talent after hearing hid delivery in a demo session.


In the years to follow Tydal recorded a song called “Smile” which received heavy rotation on local airwaves closely followed by his track “Ballground” and then collaboration with Gyptian on a Song entitled “Give it to Me”.


Tydal’s talent and persistence over the years caught the attention of Masterone Productions CEO Jyorken Kennedy who signed him to his label. The collaboration between Tydal and Master One Productions promises to deliver nothing but the best there is to offer  to the local and international entertainment industry.


2014 looks to be a promising year for the artiste who has garnered quite the following and has been featured on both T.V and Radio Stations and is looking to make his mark on the European market soon.

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