TY Bello’s New Album Showcases Immense Talent, Creativity

TY Bello’s New Album Showcases Immense Talent, Creativity

Ferdinand Ekechukwu

Singer, songwriter and photographer, TY Bello recently delighted her fans with the release of her sixth studio album, “Heaven Has Come.” This remarkable body of work showcases TY Bello’s immense talent and creativity, offering listeners a collection of 20 captivating songs that are sure to touch the hearts and souls of all who listen.

In “Heaven Has Come,” TY Bello collaborates with a stellar lineup of gospel superstars, infusing the album with an additional layer of artistry and meaning. The gospel act featured Mavin’s record singer, producer Johnny Drille.  These guest artistes contribute their unique voices and musical styles, adding even more value to this already brilliant project.

This offered her insight into her interaction with the mainstream and her desire for the gospel to the average listener. TY Bello revealed that her choice to work with Johnny Drille was inspired by huge admiration for his talent, as well as her desire to make music everyone can enjoy. Aside from being a hugely talented creative, TY Bello is a wife and mother to beautiful kids.

With her powerful vocals, soul-stirring songwriting, and undeniable photography skills, TY Bello has solidified herself as a multifaceted artist who continues to captivate audiences worldwide. ‘Heaven Has Come’ comes 17 months after the release of her 2022 album ‘We Are Fire’. She sings of her walk with God as an individual, a wife, a mother and leader in the creative industry.

In a recent interview, the artist described the period of making her new album as spontaneous yet grueling as some of the process went on for 5 months straight. She had to work on being a full-time photographer while also making the album and she had to push herself to make it work. According to her, it was emotionally tasking but creatively rewarding.

According to TY Bello, the album was inspired by a weekly worship section that created a beautiful moment she wanted others to experience. And she aimed to make music they can relate to. “Since 2016 we started this worship section called ‘Spontaneous Worship’ and every time, the music gets so supercharged and the whole experience is very beautiful. I wanted to recreate this experience for everyday people and I thought the best way is to make music that they can relate to.”

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