Following an adolescence dedicated to music and the development of her vocal skills, songwriting and stage presence, this young woman is poised to break wide, already recognized by superstar Lady Gaga’s personal vocal coach who is now mentoring Tiffany to become the next great female pop artist.
Despite her youth, Tiffany has already accomplished far more than many industry veterans twice her age.
At 16, Tiffany shared the stage with Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez, performing in front more than 18,000 fans at the 2010 Pop-Con in Long Island’s Nassau Coliseum. Hits Magazine stated “With a strong presence and an impressive style, Tiffany commanded the stage…We’re baffled as to why this amazingly talented artist is yet to be signed, but we can safely assume it’s just a matter of time…” The consensus of the critics was that Tiffany was the strongest female vocalist performing at Pop-Con.
Tiffany’s single “Hurry Up and Save Me”, released in 2008, has since sold over 200,000 digital downloads and is still going strong with its YouTube video being seen over 1 million times. That, along with another original tune “No Average Angel”, was featured on the soundtrack of the popular TV Film “Another Cinderella Story” featuring Selena Gomez and Drew Seeley. In December of 2010, Tiffany’s second single, “I’m Not Crazy,” was instantly added into Radio Disney’s rotation and quickly landed on the network’s Top 30 Countdown.
Brands have been quick to embrace Tiffany, too. Mattel enlisted her to arrange and record the theme song for their animated Barbie movie, A Fashion Fairytale. The music video for “Life is a Fairytale,” released this past September, has already surpassed 500,000 YouTube viewings. Mattel has now asked Tiffany for an encore performance with their newest Barbie vehicle, “The Princess and the Pop Star.” She will provide five songs for the film’s soundtrack and Mattel will produce a special-edition Barbie Doll in Tiffany’s likeness. Mattel plans to put several million copies of The Princess and the Pop Star into DVD distribution in the fall of this year.
Currently, the young singer/songwriter is working on a new independent release with a variety of top shelf New York and LA -based producers. She has already written and published over 30 songs with BMI.
Q & A
Describe your songwriting process.
I usually start with creating a track, the feel of the music usually inspires my lyrics and melodies!
How do you come up with concepts for your songs?
Subconsciously from my surroundings, my experiences, and my dreams..