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Famous photographer and singer, TY Bello has shocked her numerous fans across the world with the unanticipated release of her new album which is titled, The Morning Song Book.
You think that’s enough surprise? The former member of the now defunct music group, KUSH also put up the album for FREE DOWNLOAD. Yes, you read right …. FREE DOWNLOAD
Here’s a statement from the singer:
TY BELLO: THE MORNING SONGBOOK (10.10.14)
Today’s date is really interesting in so many ways it speaks of complete cycles. Perfection. Double 7+7=14 …Two complete cycles…Doubly perfect!
In 2009 I hit this beautiful season where I would write music to God as my morning devotion. It was a unique time of discovery and I felt it was a beautiful way to give of myself…Open and sincere…It wasn’t long that I realized that I was receiving way more than I was giving.
Every beautiful exchange with God always leaves us with more. I was also humbled when I got this heartfelt assurance that He thought the songs were perfect. Perfect?? If you’ve ever written music you would know that “perfect” is the one thing that simply evades.
Well, it’s taken a number of years to make…Here it is. My gift to God…His to me. And yours for free for as long as I can keep it so, let me know how it did. On a perfect day.
You can download from my website tybello.com
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