London Ent. signee Tyla Yaweh, under the direction of Dre London and Post Malone, has arrived with his latest offering in the form of "She Bad." The new selection is underscored by particularly compelling artwork that plays into the funk-infused undertones of "She Bad" as Tyla swoons over the dance moves of a leading woman.
The song, produced by Bizness Boi, is the latest snippet of what's to come of Yaweh's forthcoming F the Rules project, a debut that is expected to roll out at the top of 2019.
"It’s called Fuck the Rules, but we’re calling it F the Rules for marketing purposes," Tyla Yaweh tells Billboard. "It’s about not staying in a box and not obeying the music rules that say: 'You have to stay in one lane. You can’t do every genre and still be cohesive.' Some artists do a bunch of genres all over the place, but it’s such a consistent sound. You can do this and this, but it still sounds like me. That’s why I said 'fuck the rules.' There’s no rules in it. I got it tatted on my neck, too. It’ll be like nine records. I feel like it’s going to be like how Nicki and Drake got rich off a mixtape. It’s about 90 percent done."
That girl got fans
She working that floor, she working them pants
So tight in them hips and thighs
Moonwalk straight to me tonight
She said she from Manila
That's where she learned how to Thriller