Tyler Robinson was a semi-finalist on the first (and currently only) season of “The Voice”, and though he didn’t make it to the top 16, he wasted no time capitalizing on his moments of fame. “Get Some” is his first full-length studio single to make it to the digital market, and it’s released only a few weeks after his elimination.
“Get Some” is a roar of a track. It’s really cooly composed - right between the pop-country banjos and Robinson’s bluesy vocals lies a real poppy set of lyrics, and this makes this single absolutely perfect for summer drives and boyfriend-object burnings. Rarely do you get a good kiss-off single driven by a male vocal - and that may be because Robinson is an out and proud gay man, but in either case that hardly matters because the song doesn’t feel sassy or brassy. Rather, the lyrics are bold and brazen, and Robinson’s vocals inject the song with a perfect balance of lightness and robust soul. The song is not currently available for streaming online in full, but you can check a preview of it right here , and you can also listen to a 90-second stream on iTunes, where the song is available for less than a dollar. Robinson proved on “The Voice” that he is a hell of a singer that deserves a chance, and this first single proves he’s ready to make a real mark in the industry, starting with something fresh and radio-prepared.