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Tyscot Music + Entertainment Introduces Tyscot LOUD and #LOUDMovement
Indianapolis, IN — February 3, 2015—The oldest black-owned and operated gospel recording company seasoned with gospel greats like The Rance Allen Group, Shirley Murdock and contemporary artists like Deitrick Haddon’s LXW and Anthony Brown & group therAPy presents an innovative twist to their repertoire.
Tyscot LOUD is a fresh approach to gospel music designed to engage millennial culture through Hip-Hop, ultimately encouraging youth to be positive contributors to society in a ‘loud,’ visible and radical way. #LOUDMovement is a lifestyle and social media hashtag used to display how individuals are walking in purpose and leaving an indelible imprint of hope in their communities.
“For 40 plus years, Tyscot has built a brand which is synonymous with the best in gospel music,” Tyscot Music + Entertainment President, Bryant Scott said. “We are excited to expand into the Christian Hip-Hop genre and know that Tyscot LOUD will be synonymous with the best in this musical arena.”
February 10th, Tyscot LOUD will release its self-titled debut gold mixtape hosted by DJ Wade-O. The mixtape features eight newly signed artists: Canino (@im_CaNino), T.S.O. (@1TSO), Dale Evans (@dalejevans1), B the Messenger (@BtheMessenger), Prodigal Son (@MrHoly_Wood), Amour (@AmourMeansLove), Kaleb Starr (@KalebStarr), and Royalty (@Royalty317).
Gold Mixtape Cover Art
“We’re pleased to introduce some of the best of the best,” Tyscot LOUD A&R Director, James Logan said. In the Tyscot LOUD Gold Mixtape we picked out songs that best represented the artists’ caliber.”
For more information or to schedule interviews, contact Cartiay McCoy at 314.649.8GPR.
Tyscot Music + Entertainment is a family-run business with a focus on positive music, film and entertainment for the entire family. With a dynamic team and home to some of the world’s greatest talent, Tyscot is transforming the world and sharing the gospel. As the oldest-black owned and operated gospel recording company in the country, the business credits its success to God’s grace.