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“Making The Band” Finalist Tyler Dumont Makes Sultry Return With “Don’t Mean It” Hit Single

You may remember MTV’s “Making The Band” finalist Tyler Dumont who left the reality TV show, before millions of viewers, to care for her sick mother dying of cancer. Now, the “it girl” is finally back, with a strong comeback, and sultry new hit single, “Don’t Mean It” produced by SwanQo and Josh X, (whose work with Cardi B, Swizz Beatz, J Lo, and DJ Khaled among others, have made them among the hottest producers today). But not before putting in the blood, sweat, and tears, it took for her to pursue her love in music.    

Too often, today’s starry-eyed millennials are fogged by the realism and glam of the entertainment industry. “At the end of the day, regardless if you have the hottest producer, touring, or making money, none of that matters because self-care, self-love and accepting that life is a journey is what it takes to validate your worth,” says Tyler.

With the recent announcement made this week by Diddy  on the resurrection of “Making The Band,” aspiring artists who are simply “chasing rainbows” will now get a taste of the “real deal” on what it takes to be a star.

The first single from her upcoming CD is the atmospheric and sexy debut single, “Don’t Mean It.”  The single rapidly made its way to the top of the Urban/AC Media Base and Billboard charts, and continues its rise in heavy rotation at radio stations throughout the country, thanks in part to the sultry music video’s debut on MTV Jams, BET Soul & BET HER, and featured on Vevo DSCVR.

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