Tiffany Evans uses her own experiences to prove a valid point, "Money Ain't Everything." On her latest release, the R&B powerhouse inspires others to take heed of the intangible moments in life, singing, "I don't know what you've been told; Nothing last, nothing last forever," she sings. “I wrote and recorded this song four years ago when I was in [Read More]
Tiffany Evans unwraps a music video for her original and contemporary first Christmas song, "All I Want." In the clip, shot in downtown Atlanta, Evans rocks a black fur coat with green and black hair as she walks the street to celebrate the holiday season. "I don't really want nothing else for Christmas if it don't include you," the powerhouse R&B vocalist [Read More]
Tiffany Evans takes the contemporary approach for her first Christmas song, and the result is the groovy offering, "All I Want." On the track, Evans delivery a sultry rendition heightened by her vocal prowess. "I don't really want nothing else for Christmas if it don't include you," she sings. "Waking up next to you could be my present / No one [Read More]
T-Pain is feeling a little frisky, and his ex-Beau is the target. His tale of possibly getting his rocks off comes to life in his new single, "Textin' My Ex," featuring R&B powerhouse Tiffany Evans and produced by Dre Moon. "I should put my phone right down," T-Pain sings in his signature autotune sound after sipping on some liquid poison. "But [Read More]
Vocal powerhouse Tiffany Evans tributes one of her favorite singers, icon Janet Jackson, by releasing a cover of her classic ballad, "I Get Lonely." On her rendition, which celebrates the 20th anniversary of Janet's hit album, The Velvet Rope, Evans soulfully and skillfully pulls on the heartstrings with her emotional vocals and lush harmonies. "Anyone who knows me knows I love Janet's [Read More]
On her version of the song, which is stripped down to a lonely piano an some bass, she flips it with different lyrics and soaring vocals.
On Friday night (May 5), Atlanta songstress Tiffany Evans shared her remix to Chris Brown's single "Party" to celebrate his birthday. On her version, she adds a new free-styled verse along with his hook.
Tiffany Evans has something to say to her haters, and she uses The Weeknd's hit single "Starboy" to convey her feelings. On her "STARGIRL" T-Mix, the powerhouse songstress asserts her position as a solid singer insisting, "I gotta grind that you couldn't teach."
Now Evans returns with a stripped down performance of her fan-favorite track "T.M.I." The video was filmed on a trail in Atlanta, GA and features Sharod "Mr. Virtuoso" Allen on the guitar and the sounds of nature to back up Tiff's raw, fluid vocals.
Following the release of her "On Sight" music video featuring Fetty Wap, Tiffany Evans shares an acoustic rendition of the song. In this clip, Tiffany takes to the streets with her acoustic guitarist Sharod Virtuoso. Together, they perform a dope street acoustic performance filmed in different clips edited together to make one acoustic music video.