Watch tyDi Reflect on His Dynamic Career and Recent Stateside Success: Exclusive

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Tydi photographed in 2015.

Australian DJ/producer Tyson Illingworth, better known by his moniker tyDi, recently released well-received progressive pop single, “Tear Me Up,” featuring Hot Chelle Rae’s Nash Overstreet.

The momentum behind the song stems from his preceding records “ReDefined” and “Stay,” which have been strategically pushed by New York-based independent label Robbins Entertainment.

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The Aussie credits these originals for putting him on the map in America and thanks his fans for adapting themselves to his ever-evolving musical style.

The seasoned artist initially broke into the electronic scene at age 17 as a trance act when he was signed by Armin van Buuren’s imprint Armada, and he has since made significant strides over to the pop end of the spectrum. Billboard is exclusively premiering a behind-the-scenes video that allows fans a genuine inside glimpse into his exciting career.