An Album Four Years in the Making
Tywon Graves always had a passion for music, but it was not until he met his college roommate did that passion become his identity.
As a senior Economics major at Penn State, one would assume that Graves would be excited about graduating at the end of the year. Although that may be the case, he is even more excited for his debut album "Slimey Road" to release before he graduates. This has been a project that has been four years in the making and is Graves' most profound accomplishment during his college career.
Graves, better known as Wavy Boi TG, talks about his recording process, the reasoning behind his lyrics and music making style, and ultimately what his music means to him. One can hear the passion and creativity in his voice, songs, and overall production skills.
This album release has been a long time in the making and Wavy Boi TG has been ready for this moment. He is proud of how far he has come and is heavily anticipating sharing his sound with the world.
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Over the course of my career, I want to create engaging and entertaining content and work where my creativity is valued. During my entire 4 years of college, I have been working freelance for Barstool Sports, start up companies based in Boston, and even started my own business on my 22nd birthday. Throughout that time, I silently stacked my accomplishments, strengthened my skills, and ultimately made myself an asset for any company hiring. My favorite experiences in my field so far include hosting a surprise Jonas Brother concert, making global news reporting on the closing of Taco Bell at Penn State, directing the events coordination being the Barstool Sports College Football Show, and forming connections with some of the most talented and interesting people in the industry.