Myke Towers, also known as Michael Torres, is appealing to his audience with his most personal projects to date. Lyke Mike, the third studio album by the artist, was released on Friday, April 23. One World International, Warner Records, and Warner Music Latina were all involved in distributing the album. The highly acclaimed album that he co-created, Easy Money Baby, debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Top Latin Albums chart. A departure from his other Latin-influenced R&B and reggaeton styles is found in this album’s mellifluous scope of drill, hip-hop, and trap music. He explained to Billboard that he is still in search of that elusive “in-between” sound. The album contains 23 upbeat tracks that get under your skin no matter what kind of hip-hop music you like.
A new album will include contributions from Sahir, Jon Z, Miky Woods, and Ñengo Flow, as well as the artist. He pours his heart and soul into each of his projects, which are all NBA-themed. He’s inspired by one of his favorite athletes, Michael Jordan. He believes that Michael inspired him to do many amazing things in his life. While the concept of inspiration extends beyond music, it is central to the way his entire life and personality are formed. Even though Michael has no connection to music whatsoever, his positivity and optimistic attitude have served as a driving force behind his endeavors, enabling him to do far more than he could have ever imagined. He has shown a great deal of support for sportsmen like Lyke Mike, who symbolizes his gratitude.
The artist notes that the album is made to commemorate the fans who supported him when he was first starting out in the industry and going through rough times. This was the circle of people in contact with his career and who was keeping him motivated to expand his creative sphere. He states that his rapping skills originated in the underground scene and have gradually increased over time, which was required for the album to be released. It’s a very personal project for the artist, and the album cover shows him standing in front of his childhood home in Puerto Rico. “Through his songs, such as ‘Maledict Envy’, ‘When I See You’, ‘Let Me Cry’, ‘The New Legend’, and others, you can hear about his trials.