Ty Scott King
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Ty Scott King

Huntington Beach, California, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2000 | INDIE

Huntington Beach, California, United States | INDIE
Established on Jan, 2000
Solo Spoken Word Hip Hop




"The Red Carpet"

"When you should've died, He rolled out the red carpet of grace for you."- Ty Scott King

Every time I hear that line I get emotional because I think of a time that I could've died and grace caught me. Ty's ministry is a gift to the Kingdom. I am thankful to God for her. I even led a chapel service at work based off of her poem, His Passion.
I went to school in Atlanta and I was a member of Ray of Hope Christian Church...so between life in the AUC/Ray Of Hope/Created 2 Rule/events on campus I was able to meet and come to know, Ty! - Karla G.

""Scott Free""

I got Ty’s book, “Scott Free”, a few years ago hoping to gain inspiration for my own poetry. What I got was insight to a fantabulous woman who was courageous enough to share her personal life with the world. I laughed and cried reading those poems, several of them over and over again, (and w/ an island accent). I saw so much of myself in her work and the things I went through in those poems. So “Scott Free” didn't just tell me the story of Ty's journey to freedom…it was actually a catalyst for me achieving mine as well. Can't thank her enough for her gift. - Chaundell G.

""Rock" On!"

Sometime between 2001 and 2004 while I was in law school in at Samford University in Birmingham, AL I had the blessed opportunity to hear one of Ty's songs on WBHJ 95.7 Jamz Sunday morning Gospel Jamz with host DJ Strick. I was so impressed that I contacted her and purchased a CD. That was one of the best decisions I could have ever made! Soon after I had the pleasure of watching her minister in person at the university.

Not only has Ty's music and poetry ministry encouraged me during my single days in graduate school but now as a married man and Minister I have also had the wonderful opportunity to share your ministry with my wife, and my former college students at Alabama State University / Gospel Tabernacle COGIC (both in Montgomery, AL). I have also used her "Superhero" poem as a ministry tool when I had the opportunity to preach during morning worship service at Greater United Mission Holiness Church in Norfolk, VA.

It's amazing to see how Ty's ministry has grown over the years! Now, I even get to hear you on WPRS 104.1 Praise FM in Washington, DC on the The Yolanda Adams Radio Show every time Pastor Hart Ramsey and the NCC choir sing, “God's Up to Something Good”! God has really been up to many good things in her life and ministry and I wish her many more fruitful years of spreading the gospel. - Demetrius C.

"Hip Hop Renewed"

I had almost given up on Christian hip hop because there was no word in it and then I heard Ty's album, E3:20, and my love for Christian Hip Hop was renewed! - Anthony F.


"No Greater Love" (single)-- Released: March 19, 2021

"No Rewind" (single)-- Released: August 7, 2020

"Glory" (single)-- Released: August 9, 2019

"Shine" (single)-- Released: March 5, 2019

"Concrete" (single)-- Released: January 23, 2018

"Kings & Queens" (album)-- Released: August 19, 2014

"Rock" (single)-- Released: June 4, 2013

"God's Up to Something Good" (feature); Billboard Charting single-- Released: January 2012

"E3:20" (album)-- Released: June 21, 2011

1 album, 6 mixtapes-- Platinum Souls (2002-2009); Billboard Charting singe-- "Dey Don't Know"

* various features on projects and compilations since 2000



Ty Scott King has been inspiring audiences for over a decade. A versatile artist who has fine-tuned a balance between poetry and rap, she has awed international audiences, performed at the United States Pentagon and has been honored by Organizations for her commitment to inspiring others through her gifts.

Referred to by many as the Maya Angelou of this generation, Ty has shared platforms with a variety of notable industry greats such as CeCe Winans, Marvin Sapp, Christopher Play Martin, Cheryl Salt James and Chuck D. Her poetic talent was successfully showcased on the National Poetry Slam level for 3 years (1999-2001); and, for 8 years (2002-2010) she toured world-wide as half of the dynamic duo in the Hip Hop & Poetry group Platinum Souls.

Ty Scott King's poetry has been featured in national radio ads for Pizza Hut, McDonald's (for which she won a prestigious Silver Mic Award), and Aveeno. She has appeared on BET, TV One and more. In addition, her single and most recent feature ("Dey Don't Know" and "God's Up to Something Good") respectively, have had long-running successes on the Top 10 list of the Billboard Music Charts.

A sought-after and highly respected artist, Ty is showing no signs of slowing her pace. Ty has ministered at churches such as: The Potters House (Dallas, TX), New Light Christian Center (Houston, TX), West Angeles Church of God in Christ (Los Angeles, CA), Crenshaw Christian Center (Los Angeles, CA), New Birth Missionary Baptist Church (Lithonia, GA), World Changers Church International (Atlanta, GA), and Northview Christian Church (Dothan, AL) to name a few. Due to Ty's commitment to spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ, she has been honored by Organizations such as: The Fellowship of Holy Hip Hop, The Urban Gospel Alliance, and The Atlanta Gospel Choice Awards.

As a published author and accomplished speaker, Ty is currently touring and inspiring many through her albums and books to "over-come their trials, use their gifts and talents for God, and live Scott Free for Him." 

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