Bassist Thaddaeus Tribbett has earned two nominations for the 65th Annual GRAMMY Awards for his work on his brother Tye Tribbett’s album All Things New in the following categories: Best Gospel Album and Best Gospel Performance/Song. This marks Tribbett’s twelfth career nomination.
“As always I’m grateful,” says Tye Tribbett. “I put a lot of time, focus, and intent into All Things New and to have your work recognized on this platform is an amazing honor.”
“Tye Tribbett is one of the most innovative artists in gospel music,” share Monica Coates and EJ Gaines, Co-Executive Directors, Motown Gospel. “Today’s nominations are not only a testament to Tye’s relevance, but also to his ability to consistently impact and progress the genre.”
Released in July via Motown Gospel, All Things New is Tye Tribbett’s trailblazing new album that encapsulates the ways he honors the musical tradition in which he operates, all while continuously redefining and stretching its limits within a modern musical landscape. Tribbett follows the throughline between gospel, funk and hip-hop, illustrating the way one flows into another and illuminates the connective tissue amongst them, all in both energy and heritage.
Best Gospel Album
‘All Things New’ – Tye Tribbett
Best Gospel Performance/Song
“Get Up” – Tye Tribbett
Tye Tribbett has built a tremendous career and is globally known for his charismatic, dynamic personality, and range – from delivering high-energy praise songs to intimate worship moments and even African rhythms to trap beats. His music cannot be classified as just one genre, but his unique, abstract way encompasses all, which has helped him garner many awards and accolades, including two Grammy wins (and now seven Grammy nominations), five #1 albums, four #1 digital tracks, three #1 radio singles, and ten Billboard Top 10 songs.
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