Tyné Angela Freeman is a singer/songwriter currently studying at Dartmouth College. She is a two-time alum of the Grammy Foundation’s renowned GRAMMY Camp, as well as a YoungArts National Finalist. Her poetry has been published by Urban Cusp, and her achievements profiled by Seventeen Magazine. Upon graduating from high school in 2012, Tyné embarked on a gap year. Throughout the year, she recorded a charity album and completed a teaching internship at GMG Music Center in Columbia.

As the recent recipient of Dartmouth’s Peter D. Smith Arts Initiative grant, Tyné is currently recording a new album. The album will support the Global Village Project, a school in Georgia for young refugees. The students hail from countries across the globe, and represent over a dozen different languages. Following an official album release at the college, pieces will also be debuted at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC. At Dartmouth, Tyné serves as the lead vocalist for the Barbary Coast Jazz Ensemble, participates in an a Cappella group, and leads worship for an intercollegiate Christian fellowship.