TyCrane Gives the World Street Gospel

This week TyCrane had a lot to celebrate. The artist and entrepreneur turned 27, then debuted Street Gospel.

Though it was his birthday, TyCrane delivered a gift to the world with Street Gospel. The 13 track composition is TyCrane’s best work yet. A combination of lyricism his fans expect and the progress artists make over time, Street Gospel sounds more like TyCrane 2.0.

The improved artistry of this album was paired with the assistance of a few talented friends. Maxo and Lace Gii are just a couple of the artists who lent their talents to Street Gospel.

Stream Street Gospel now.

Take to the Sky with TyCrane

From California by way of Decatur, Illinois, TyCrane is nothing like you’ve heard before. A West Coast sound, with East Coast inspirations and entrepreneurial aspirations, that’s TyCrane.

Currently, promoting the single “Boss Up”. A club anthem, that features DJ Flippp, “Boss Up” is the song that changed things for TyCrane. “Dj Flippp had a dope track with a hook that screamed club hit.” He explained, “I did the track in 30 mins. It actually changed the momentum of my album.”

The album he’s referring to: the independently released ASCENSION. The 13-track effort features a host of other artists and handles every topic from the come up to the turn up. 

When asked about the future TyCrane said, “My plan is to continue building my fan base, making good music, creating my own wave and uplifting my people and blessing others any way I can with my sound and story.”

Connect with him on IG and Twitter: @Just_TyCrane and check out his debut album ASCENSION: