Tydale Tiller AKA TK Mafioso is a 21-year-old African-American Independent hip hop artist from Omaha, Nebraska who is about to take over the industry by force and bring back the Midwest sound.  TK Mafioso has been focused on music full-time since 2011. In early 2014 he dropped his 1st Mixtape on datpiff.com called Struggle To Success which went in  sold out in two weeks. Six months later he bounced back and dropped Struggle To Success 2 On datpiff.com.

TK Mafioso have sold out plenty of shows around his city and throughout the Midwest in cities such as Kansas City, Lincoln, Sioux City, and many more. He is consistently showing out shows and garnering major street buzz.  TK Mafioso has recently dropped a Ep on ITunes called This Is My Year 9/20/15

His grind, dedication,and raw talent, has enabled him to be where he is today, next up in the music industry.His confidence and charisma places him in a league of his own and has put him on the path to being one of the greatest rappers of this generation.

IAA INDUSTRY NEWS: What city and state are you from?

TK MAFIOSO: I am from Omaha, Nebraska .

IAA INDUSTRY NEWS: What is your music background?

TK MAFIOSO: I have dropped two mixtapes called #StruggleToSuccess1 and StruggleToSuccess2. September 25 I dropped a Ep called This IS My Year On ITunes Spotify, and on several other sites. I have booked my own venues promoted it all by myself, and sold out every show I have book.

IAA INDUSTRY NEWS: What are your songs about?

TK MAFIOSO: My songs are about my life struggles and taking care of my family IAA

INDUSTRY NEWS: What is your favorite song to perform and why?

TK MAFIOSO: My single ‘Biggie Pac’ and ‘With The Sh$ts’ because it brings a great energy and people can relate.

IAA INDUSTRY NEWS: What has surprised you the most in the pursuit of a career in music?

TK MAFIOSO: What has surprised me the most is seeing the children in my family look up to me. I can’t go anywhere in Omaha, Nebraska without people saying my name. IAA

INDUSTRY NEWS: Who are your musical influences?

TK MAFIOSO: 2pac, Snoop Dogg, and Zro IAA

INDUSTRY NEWS: How would you describe your music to people?

TK MAFIOSO: I rap about the struggles, pains, and the things that I’ve seen go bad. I want to let the youth know you can be who you want to be if your put in hard work.

IAA INDUSTRY NEWS: What makes you stand out from other artists?

TK MAFIOSO: My lyrics, my man power, and using my words. Me bringing my own style to the game is what makes me different.

IAA INDUSTRY NEWS: What would you like to see changed in today’s music industry?

TK MAFIOSO: I want the industry to give artists what they have worked for.

IAA INDUSTRY NEWS: What are some upcoming projects that you are currently working on?

TK MAFIOSO: I’m working on an EP called Struggle To Success 3. I’m thinking about dropping it this Christmas.

IAA INDUSTRY NEWS: What are your career goals? Where do you see yourself in 10 years?

TK MAFIOSO: My goal is to be in the music game with legit fans on top of the chart and on billboards. I want to be able to give them the music they want so they can stay loyal to me.

IAA INDUSTRY NEWS: How can your fans access your music and contact you?

TK MAFIOSO: www.tkmafioso.com @Twitter TK Mafioso Website TK Mafioso @Instagram TK Mafioso @Facebook TK Mafioso @email address tydaletiller@gmail.com










  1. You have no buzz or fan base, that’s why you’ll never turn your music into a career, talent doesn’t sell records, numbers do. You’re wasting your time making free music nobody’s hearing because you lack knowledge of how the music business works. Evaluate your revenue streams and recognize what you’re doing to market your music is clearly ineffective if you have no record deal, paid shows, or royalties. You’re one of 5 million+ unsigned rappers on YouTube and SoundCloud competing to get heard. What distinguishes you from anyone else if you have almost no views, plays, likes, or followers? Further, why would any record label or promoter sign or book a virtually unknown artist? How would they make a return on their investment?

  2. Don’t do it for the believers do it for all the non believers! You have everything it takes to make it! Your sound is unique and you aren’t out here blending! When you takeover don’t forget me!

  3. really you have to post fake comments to support yourself idiot? you don’t realize it shows the time they were posted. LMFAO! LOSER! U HAVE NO FAN BASE BECAUSE UR MUSIC IS TRASH! FOCUS ON UR 9-5!

  4. I agree, this is not hip hop! The beats are dope but your voice and lyrics ruin them. Please find a new hobby for the sake of hip hop! LOL

  5. Love you cuzin why is he hating if u don’t gt nothing good to say keep your Wak ass opinions to your self who are you.
    TK got my support go TK

  6. Why do I see negative comments on here like get a life who ever you are his music is dope why always someone try to bring some one down to many haters u gt my support TK

  7. Listened to the mixtape on datpiff u on ya way fam keep doin u im a fan of lyrical skill and thought goin in to the flow and u gotit youngn just know i n a city that dont really support l9cal artist so u gotta get out the o from time to time of u really wanna make it god bless u and yo grind King keep pushin