Tye Tribbett Essentials

Tye Tribbett Essentials

As long as he's glorifying God, Tye Tribbett cares little about musical boundaries. Though rooted in traditional gospel, his style can stretch everywhere from urban R&B to modern pop, big Broadway-style ballads and even a touch of funk and ska. Breaking out of New Jersey, Tribbett led his group G.A. (Greater Anointing) to victory in a number of choir contests. A track with Mary Mary on the Prince of Egypt soundtrack brought his first crossover success, and in 2000 he was invited to join Faith Hill on a national tour. Collaborations followed with Sting, Elton John, Stevie Wonder, and even Justin Timberlake. 2010 brought Fresh, his first album without G.A., which got deeper into R&B without losing the divine inspiration.

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