NEW SINGLE "BROKEN GLASS" RELEASE DATE OCTOBER 8, 2021
Tina Sisay, a Los Angeles native, watched the once beautiful city where she was raised, literally turn into a dumping ground. Over the years, homeless encampments began greeting Tina as she walked to her office near downtown LA. Broken glass, trash, bikes, tents, and carts, cluttered the pristine freeways and streets of this iconic city. The saddest part about these sights for Tina, was that this wasn’t just trash, these were people.
She wrote “Broken Glass” out of her desire to see us all take the lead to help unhoused and broken individuals throughout LA and the world. The song is a call to action.
Tina reminds us that no matter what faith one holds, God is deeply concerned about the souls of broken people everywhere, and that we should be too. The answer lies in sharing God’s love to those who are hurting and to mobilize efforts to heal, restore and rehabilitate, one life at a time.
Producer Steve E. Williams’ trap style urban beats, perfectly complements the artist’s lyrics and soulful voice. You will be singing along to “Broken Glass” in no time.
Tina's first single "RED LIGHT AND BLUE" was released in June 2020. Listening and reading about the constant political divide in the United States, caused Tina to consider God’s perspective on all of this. What political color would God choose? The Sunday before George Floyd passed away and nationwide protests ensued, "Red Light and Blue" came into her heart. “Red Light and Blue” clearly illustrates that God does not align with one political party over the other. God is calling each of us to love one another and to live in unity. Tina has captured this powerful message in a bold and beautiful way. Red Light and Blue can be heard on Spotify and all other streaming services. A lyric video can be found on UTUBE.
Tina has been singing most of her life in the church but songwriting is relatively new. Tina is social worker by trade and her deep understanding of societal issues comes across in her powerful, poignant lyrics.