Rising RnB Sensation, Tylan, Celebrates his 19th Birthday with Star-Studded Pool Party, Live Perform
Updated: May 11
Tylan made a splash over the weekend in Atlanta to celebrate his 19th birthday and introduction to the Atlanta music scene. The 19-year-old R&B artist kicked off his birthday celebrations with a private, "Welcome to Tylan(d)" Pool Party in a hidden gem near Peoplestown in Atlanta over the weekend. The event was produced by The Resource Guild and Style Media Group, models, artists, influencers and guests held an intense water gun battle around the pool and played games provided by That Game Social, while sipping cool mocktails from In The Mixx Bartending and catering by celebrity Chef Tiffany Moore from (TBS Network's Rat in The Kitchen). The fun didn't stop there. Tylan made his debut in Atlanta with his inaugural performance at the Georgia Entertainment Association's Spring Talent Showcase featuring an acoustic performance of "Don't Go Wasting My Time" featuring Guitar Boy ( 2x Grammy Winning Producer: Chris Brown, Ciara, Tank & more) and an exclusive performance of his upcoming release "Twist It" (Produced by Guitar Boy) featuring Enchanting (from Gucci Mane's label 1017). As a finale to solidify his welcome to ATL and birthday celebration, Tylan invited friends and family to enjoy a dinner at the vibrant Sea Salt Atlanta, a Black-Owned, Seafood Lounge located in the Virginia Highlands. Guests enjoyed the delicious cuisine from Sea Salt and custom desserts courtesy of Kustom Konfections. Originally from DC, Tylan is a budding R&B singer with strong vocals and a star-worthy stage presence. At the age of 19, he's already developed an extensive catalog with high-caliber collaborations w/ major recording artists like: Wale, Soulja Boy, and Slim from 112.
Social Media Engagement: Find Tylan on Instagram: @official_tylan For More Information on Tylan and his music: https://vip.officialtylan.com
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