With one of the most relevant voices of this generation, a sound that reaches the heart of young as well as the old, Tye Tribbett creates a dynamic new caliber of music. His music cannot be classified as one genre, but his unique, abstract way encompasses all. Often heralded as the "Elvis of Gospel” and one of the most relevant voices of this generation, multiple GRAMMY® Award and Soul Train Music Award-winning Motown Gospel recording artist Tye Tribbett returns with his third consecutive Billboard #1 gospel album, The Bloody Win (2017), his first album since the 2013 chart-topping Greater Than (Motown Gospel).
Produced by Tribbett and recorded live across two cities, the meaning behind The Bloody Win lies within the concept of “aggressive victory.” After the album’s “Intro,” a recording of several voices uttering jaw-dropping statistics of human trafficking, the tolls of stress in America, suicide rates, and the rising number of people diagnosed with depression, the resulting declaration at the end of this introduction—a resounding, “These are not just statistics, this is warfare”—sets the tone for this unique project. The 12-track live recording declares victory in and through Jesus Christ, no matter how difficult the battle. Ranging from high-energy praise songs to intimate worship moments, from African rhythms to trap gospel beats, this album remains cohesive as it captures the unique and passionate artistry at its best.