Tyscot Records Announces A New Joint Venture

Bishop Cortez Vaughn’s Corporate Sound Music Group firm has entered into a joint venture agreement with the world’s oldest operating black gospel music label, Tyscot Records.  Bishop Vaughn co-wrote and co-leads J.J. Hairston & Youthful Praise’s soul-stirring anthem, “You Deserve It.”  The song has spent  21 weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard Gospel Digital Song Sales chart, 18 weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot Gospel Songs chart and  10 weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard Gospel Airplay chart.

“Tyscot Records is excited about the partnering with Corporate Sound Music Group in developing and presenting the upcoming Bishop Cortez Vaughn album,” says Tyscot Records President, Bryant S. Scott.

“This venture is God’s timing,” Bishop Vaughn adds. “God has allowed me to become a part of a family; not just a label. I can’t wait to see what God has in store for us. My prayer is that with Tyscot we are able to reach nations. That the message of hope, faith and love will be spread across this entire universe through this family connection.”-Tyscot Records President, Bryant S. Scott

Bishop Vaughn is a third generation pastor  who is the shepherd of the One Church in Kansas City,  MO. A seasoned musician and former minister of music, Bishop Vaughn released his first album, “My Praise, My Worship” (VauJoh Records), under the name of Sir Tez & G.P. in 2005. He is married with three children.

 

Photo Caption. Left to right: Tyscot Records A&R Director, Sidney Scott; Bishop Cortez Vaughn; Tyscot Records founder, Dr. Leonard S. Scott; and Tyscot Records President, Bryant S. Scott at Tyscot Records in Indianapolis, Indiana.

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