By Jack Barnes
Motown Gospel recording artist Tye Tribbett’s new album, The Bloody Win hit stores and online today. The 12-track live recording, which features fan favorites “I Want More,” “Already Won,” “Live!” and single “Work It Out” is available now. Enjoy this audio stream below after the jump.
Ranging from high-energy praise songs to intimate worship moments, from African rhythms to trap gospel beats, this 12-track live recording remains cohesive as it captures Tye Tribbett’s unique and passionate artistry at its best.
Tye digs into the album’s concept explaining, “My album The Bloody Win is conceptually about aggressive victory. It’s a message that now is not the time to be passive. When there’s darkness in the world, you have to fight for the light.”
“It’s not easy to capture Tye Tribbett’s high energy, passionate performance on a recording but he has done it with The Bloody Win. Motown Gospel is pleased to partner with Tye to reach and expand his growing, worldwide audience,” says Ken Pennell, President of Gospel Music, Capitol Christian Music Group.
To celebrate his album with his fans, Tye Tribbett will be hosting an album release concert event at Rhema Christian Ministries, 49-40 Carl Hall Road, Toronto, ON M3K 2C1. Tickets can be purchased at www.tyetribbettworldwide.com.
Tye Tribbett just completed his sold-out spring tour, “The Bloody Win Tour,” in preparation for his fast-approaching fall album release. Tye was joined by Soul Train winner J.J Hairston and Jekalyn Carr. The twenty-city tour launched April 16th in Orlando, FL in the lead to the launch of his new church, liVe Church and his sixth album, The Bloody Win.
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