T-R3AL – ‘Higher’ (ft Tori Lynn)

‘Higher’, is the latest release from California DJ and producer, T-R3AL. Released last month, the upbeat dance track combines his cutting edge production talents with crisp clear vocals from South Florida-based artist, Tori Lynn.

T-R3AL, real name Terrel Williams, is based in California, but has worked across California, and also Rosarito, Mexico. With a strong love for EDM music, his sound is eminently dance-able, with a strong underlying rhythm. His music is energetic and compelling, daring the listener to get up and dance, no matter where they are.

T-R3AL believes in promoting good vibes, and ‘Higher’ has a completely positive, feel-good vibe, with it’s high powered, uptempo sound. His aim is to breathe new life into the dancefloors of clubs across the world.T-R3AL is currently preparing for the “I AM” tour, beginning in late September. It’s his second national tour for 2018, completing his 20 city strong “Bigger Than Ever” tour in May.

Tori Lynn, who is also making a name for herself on the dance scene with her soulful, sultry voice, was born in Fairfax County, Virginia, and has been performing as a pop artist since the age of 11. Now based in South Florida, she’s worked at venues and events such as SunFest, Hard Rock Cafe, BB King’s, and Sunlife Stadium, among others. Tori Lynn is also a positive force – she is inspired by her younger brother Glenn, who is battling with a life-threatening, and incurable disease, Cystinosis. She volunteers her time performing for charity events across Florida, including the South Florida & Dade County Fairs, Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital, among many more. She believes that determination and hard work are the keys to success, and she’s working hard to ensure her talent is shared with the world.

You can find out more about T-R3AL online on his offiical website, SoundCloud, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube. Stream and download ‘Higher’ from Spotify and iTunes. Check out Tori Lynn too, on her official website, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and SoundCloud.


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