Who I Am
The thirteen year old Tiffany Evans, releases her eagerly-awaited debut album on Sony Urban Music/Columbia Records, will show the world how special her talents really are. Featuring songs and production from Salaam Remi (Fugees) and Narada Michael Walden (Whitney Houston, Aretha Franklin, Mariah Carey) as well as Soulshock (Frankie J, Seal, Usher, Toni Braxton) and Karlin (Nelly, Mary J. Blige, Whitney Houston), Tiffany Evans showcases a young lady blessed with determination, a multi-octave voice that's been compared to Patti Labelle and Whitney Houston, and a heart-soaring passion for music.
Recorded in 2005, Tiffany Evans reflects the soulful sensibilities of her musical influences. Produced by Salaam Remi, "Who I Am," the album's inspirational first single, is a mid-tempo song with an unusual history (it was originally a hit for Nashville star Jessica Andrews). "At first I was like, 'A country song? How is that going to fit for me?'" Tiffany admits. She proceeded to pour her heart into the song, making its message relevant to her audience. "It tells young women that it's ok to be who you are," she says. "You can have your make up off, you don't have to be trendy, you can just be who you are and show your real personality. It's ok just to be real."
"I hope people will get to know who I am and get the chance to connect with me through my songs," she says. "I've had some tough experiences but I've come through it all. I know if you can dream it, you can achieve it."
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