All Things New, the latest album rendering from two-time Grammy, Stellar, and Dove Award-winning contemporary gospel artist, Tye Tribbett, has been released with a specific goal in mind.
“I made this album to fight against the feeling of defeat in light of everything we have all been through these past few years,” said Tribbett, 46.
As the nation feels the wear and tear of an ongoing pandemic, political strife, economic recession and inflation, the Motown singer, songwriter and producer explained, “I wanted to put a joyful experience out in the world to remind not just me but all of us that there is still beauty to the world.”
Ranging from stacked vocal harmonies to energetic drums and booming basslines, All Things New is nothing short of a joyful celebration of living life through God’s love. Tribbett reflects and calls on God’s never-ending ability to lift us up and bring new things into our lives.
All Things New, via Motown, features some of the industry’s most melodious and prolific voices like Kierra Sheard, Mali Music, Jekalyn Carr, Zacardi Cortez, PJ Morton, and more.
Further fueling the joy and upliftment, the LP also includes number one gospel radio mega-hits “We Gon’ Be Alright”—Tribbett’s interpolation of Kendrick Lamar’s anthemic 2015 song— and “Anyhow.”
“Tye Tribbett is back with ‘All Things New.’ The album is nothing short of a joyful celebration of living life through God’s love. ”
Source: EEW Magazine