Influenced by the sounds of the decade in which he was born, Evynn Tyler, 21, began rapping in late 2010. One of the first artists recruited by Bazooka Zoo's Zac Haley, Evynn (then known as E.M.T.) appeared on various collaborative tracks with Haley as both as a rapper and a singer ("Caged Riot", an homage to Mobb Deeps "Quiet Storm; "Guttercrab", an interlude featured on Bazooka Zoo's first collaborative CD); the group took second place in the John Lennon songwriting contest for their work on their folk-pop record, "Red & Blue" in 2011. He appeared on Bazooka Zoo's second collaborative EP "Into the Meteor", as well as various other projects. In mid-2012, after an absence from Bazooka Zoo's third collaborative album (released in the first quarter of 2012), Evynn returned to recording, releasing various unofficial remixes to major-label records. Evynn then released his first solo record, titled "Drunk", and announced that he would release his first mixtape, "Saturnalia", in the last quarter of 2012.
Songs include: "Drunk", "Tramp", and "Ubermensch".