Meet Tyler William Parde, The New Artist Making a Name for Himself in Hip-Hop and Rap

Hip-hop and rap music have always been an outlet for artists to express themselves and connect with their audience. One such artist who has taken the music scene by storm is Tyler William Parde, also known as PARDEBOYOFFICIAL. Born on June 6, 2000, Tyler has always had a passion for music, even from a very young age.

Tyler’s journey to becoming a musician was not a straightforward one. Initially, he wanted to be an athlete and a football player. However, his love for music led him down a different path. He got his first exposure to music during his high school years, where he learned the basics through YouTube videos and his first copy of FL Studio.

Unfortunately, Tyler’s twin brother, Mathew Parde, went down a darker path and got exposed to hard drugs early on. This battle ended tragically, with Mathew passing away on May 16th, 2020. To find closure and heal from his loss, PARDEBOYOFFICIAL turned to music. He found solace in creating his own unique sound and sharing it with the world.

Despite being a new artist, PARDEBOYOFFICIAL is quickly making a name for himself in the music industry. In the last 3 months alone, he has grown his Instagram following from 0 to 5,950 followers. This growth can be attributed to his consistent effort in building his online presence. He posts more than 200 times a week, showcasing his music and sharing his journey with his audience.

PARDEBOYOFFICIAL has also shared the stage with well-known artists and producers such as K-Flex, CC Case, wopdell EBK BCKDOE, and other big names in the NorCal region. These collaborations have helped him gain exposure and establish his presence in the music scene.

In conclusion, Tyler William Parde, aka PARDEBOYOFFICIAL, is a rising hip-hop and rap artist who is making waves in the music industry. With his unique sound and relentless effort in building his online presence, he is quickly becoming a fan favorite. We can’t wait to see what the future holds for this talented artist.

Exclusive interview with Pardeyboyofficial

Q: Can you tell us a bit about your background and upbringing?

A: I’m of white and mixed race. I was born in San Jose so rap and the culture is all around you and in the music I always thrived in that space.

Q: How long has music been a part of your life?

A: I was born loving music.

Q: If it wasn’t for music, where would you be now?

A: Probably skating or being an actor & or comedian. I love anything that puts a smile on the audience’s face.

Q: How did you come to realize that music was the way forward for you?

A: For me it was the other hobbies I would pick up and try but never keep music was the one passion that I never took a break from.

Q: If you had to sacrifice one skill, which would you least like to let go, and why?

A: Being so tall. My legs constantly hurt lol but it’s a skill in my book because I’m 6/4 and can reach hella stuff most people can’t.

Q:In what way do you aim to make a difference?

A:Showing a fun and easy method to the younger generation of creative minds and artists alike.

Q:Who’s your fashion icon, and why?

A:Lil Baby or Blueface

Q: What’s the most trouble you’ve ever gotten into?

A: I got expelled in school for being a goon 5 times

Q: Where is your career heading? What’s the vision?

A: Only one way to find out where it goes and that’s by doing it so not sure where it’s headed The vision is to start a movement that will begin to ensure more benefits for younger artists and musicians in the music industry because right now being an artist is still very risky and I’m hoping one day it will be a safer and less risky career path.

Q: Good interview questions for rap artists about music

A: What is their neighborhood like in their part of the city or town?

Q: How would you describe your style of music?

A: My biography of my life and experiences

Q: How do you put words to paper? What’s your creative process like?

A: Freestyling writing or punching in I do all three.

Q: When it comes to performing, what’s your style?

A: Connecting with a crowd and getting them involved by crowd chanting or body or hand motions

Q: If you could perform anywhere in the world, where would it be and why?

A: SAP Center, San Jose, California

Q: What’s your favorite project so far, and why?

A: Steppin Onna Pedestal is my favorite track

Q: How do you see your sound evolving in the next couple of years?

Got it, thanks! Thank you! Got it!