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Tye Tribbett has connected with more than 20 million people around the world through his music and his 2013 Gospel Album, "Let Your Light Shine," which sold more than 200,000 copies in its first week. He’s a known vocalist, songwriter and pianist, who served as Executive Vice President of Ministries at Capitol Music Group and President at LaFace Records. He has shared his musical gift with audiences at venues like the Apollo Theater here in New York City.

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"Tye Tribbett – 'The Bloody Win (Live)' album review". CCM Magazone. December 12, 2017. Retrieved January 8, 2020.

∙ In 2013, he won Grammy Awards for Best Gospel Album (Greater Than), and Best Gospel Song (“If He Did It Before….Same God”). (Source: music.apple.com Tribbett won his for first career GRAMMYs for 2013 for Best Gospel Song ("He Did It Before [Same God]") and Best Gospel Album (Greater Than). (Source:www.grammy.com))

Tribbett has made personal appearances in support of the Make A Wish Foundation. In 2015 he organized the Hate Won’t Win benefit concert to support charities working with survivors and families of the victims of the mass shooting in Charleston, South Carolina. (Source: www.grammy.com)

Tribbett won his for first career GRAMMYs for 2013 for Best Gospel Song ("He Did It Before [Same God]") and Best Gospel Album (Greater Than). (Source: www.grammy.com Tribbett has made personal appearances in support of the Make A Wish Foundation. In 2015 he organized the Hate Won’t Win benefit concert to support charities working with survivors and families of the victims of the mass shooting in Charleston, South Carolina. (Source:www.grammy.com))

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"Tye Tribbett - New Songs, Playlists & Latest News - BBC Music". BBC. Retrieved May 4, 2020.

Times, About the Author S. Florida. "Tye Tribbett sends positive vibes with 'Alright' song amid virus". South Florida Times. Retrieved May 4, 2020. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

Host Tye Tribbett performs his song "So Good" at the Stellar Awards 2021. (Source: www.bet.com Jason Clayborn and Bishop Hezekiah Walker perform their song "You're All I Need" at the Stellar Awards 2021. (Source:www.bet.com))

Kierra Sheard-Kelly gives a shout-out to rapper Master P while accepting the State Farm Song of the Year Award for her single "Something Has to Break (Live)." (Source: www.bet.com)

Yolanda Adams, Tamela Mann and Avery*Sunshine pay tribute to Aretha Franklin Icon Award recipient Tramaine Hawkins with a performance of her song "Goin' Up Yonder." (Source: www.bet.com)

Host Tye Tribbett performs his song "So Good" at the Stellar Awards 2021. (Source: www.bet.com Jason Clayborn and Bishop Hezekiah Walker perform their song "You're All I Need" at the Stellar Awards 2021. (Source:www.bet.com))

Kierra Sheard-Kelly gives a shout-out to rapper Master P while accepting the State Farm Song of the Year Award for her single "Something Has to Break (Live)." (Source: www.bet.com Yolanda Adams, Tamela Mann and Avery*Sunshine pay tribute to Aretha Franklin Icon Award recipient Tramaine Hawkins with a performance of her song "Goin' Up Yonder." (Source:www.bet.com))

∙ In 2013, he won Grammy Awards for Best Gospel Album (Greater Than), and Best Gospel Song (“If He Did It Before….Same God”). (Source: music.apple.com)

Heralded as the “Elvis of Gospel”, multi-Grammy and Soul Train Award-winner Tye Tribbett brings his enormous gift to the stage in this special event. Charismatic, energetic and dynamic, Tribbett will perform everything from praise songs to African rhythms and captivating gospel hits. (Source: www.kravis.org)

Tribbett won his for first career GRAMMYs for 2013 for Best Gospel Song ("He Did It Before [Same God]") and Best Gospel Album (Greater Than). (Source: www.grammy.com)

Tribbett won his for first career GRAMMYs for 2013 for Best Gospel Song ("He Did It Before [Same God]") and Best Gospel Album (Greater Than). (Source: www.grammy.com)

 

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