With a listen to Tye Tribbett, it’s obvious that God has blessed him with many gifts. Noted as one of the most relevant voices of this generation, with a sound that reaches the hearts of the young and the old, this New Jersey native’s high-energy and infectious sound has helped redefine Gospel music. Subsequently, Tribbett’s musical talents have earned him two Billboard #1 albums, two GRAMMY® Awards, four Stellar Awards, two Dove Awards, a Soul Train Music Award, and career record sales exceeding 1.2 million to date.
The Motown Gospel recording artist’s lead single “Work It Out” continues to climb Billboard Magazine’s Gospel Airplay chart jumping from No. 9 to No. 7 this week with +108 spins. “Work It Out” is lifted from Tribbett’s forthcoming sixth album slated for release later this year.
The Billboard No. 1 Digital Gospel Singles Sales charting song continues to maintain a Top 10 position for the fourth week on Billboard’s Hot Gospel Songs hybrid chart this week, which combines airplay, digital sales and streaming data.
Tribbett alongside co-headliner and Stellar Award winning, Soul Train Award nominated recording choir J.J. Hairston & Youthful Praise and special guests Tasha Cobbs and Jekalyn Carr kicked off the 20-city Bloody Win Tour this past Easter Sunday to a sold-out crowd in Orlando, FL, at The Holy Land Experience, where Tye and his wife Shante Tribbett, also launched their newly launched ministry, LiVe Church.