Tye Tribbett is a grammy nominated and award winning gospel artist. He is known for high-energy praise songs to intimate worship moments, from African rhythms to trap gospel beats.
Tye Tribbett is from Camden, New Jersey. He was born on January 26, 1976. He is a songwriter, record producer, music director, and singer. He is the founder of Greater Anointing. He was raised in an Apostolic Pentecostal church with his father, Bishop Tyrone Tribbett, a former pastor, and his mother, Niecey Tribbett, a minister in the Philadelphia and New York area. He is married to Shanté Tribbett, who was a member of Greater Anointing, and they now have two daughters together. Before launching his gospel career, Tribbett toured and recorded as a background vocalist with such artists as Faith Hill, Will Smith, Usher, Don Henley, Justin Timberlake, and Sting.
Tye Tribbett established a core fan base of thousands who would come to his shows and rehearsals. In 1997, Tye Tribbett and G.A entered into Wrigley’s Gospel choir competitions, winning first place in all categories. He immediately impressed the audience and judges with his incredibly high energy. Tye Tribbett performances are so captivating that in 1998, he got the attention of Buster and Shavoni, who are multi-Grammy award-winning producers. At the time, they were producing the soundtrack to the film The Prince of Egypt. Therefore, Tribbett and his group performed “Let Go, Let God” with Multi-Grammy, Soul Train, and American Music Award-winning duo Mary Mary. It was the movie soundtrack that catapulted Tribbett beyond gospel and into the mainstream music industry. Over 20 years in the music industry, his career sales exceed 1.3 million units across six commercially released albums. This accomplished multiple Stellar and Dove Award-winning musician’s charismatic. He began pastoring alongside his wife Shante Tribbett at their newly launched ministry, live Church, located in Orlando, Florida. Tye Tribbett still remains one of the biggest gospel artist in today’s time.