7 Songs, 26 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
63 Ratings
63 Ratings
Souled Out Hippie

Amazing Body Of Work

This EP is everything. From start to finish. Tiffany Evans has broken her mold. I didn't know what to expect before hearing this EP. She has came a long way since her teen fame years. Opening the EP with a catchy certified club and head bopper is what gets music lovers hype. She doesn't disappoint. The EP is sexy, flirty, and fun and extremely enjoyable. It makes you feel as if you and your boo are the only thing in this world. If she was going for nostalgic this is it. The EP makes you feel good the whole way through. Congrats Tiffany on an amazing piece. ❤️



Me and you is hot as fuuuu


Love, love, love! ❤

SoI've obviously, at this point, I've only heard TMI and On Sight, but I'm so in love with those 2 songs. I've been a Tiffany Evans fan from the start. She's been slept on, but she has way more talent than most of the artists out there in her category. Plus she has a real positive vibe and keeps it classy. I can't wait for the EP to release.

About Tiffany Evans

Prior to turning 13, Tiffany Evans, a singer and actor from the Bronx, won the Grand Champion title in the junior singer division of Star Search. Her singing career stalled a little once she secured a recording contract with Columbia. A couple singles -- including a cover of Stacy Lattisaw's "Let Me Be Your Angel" -- were released during 2003 and 2004, but an eight-song EP was pulled from circulation, just after it had been distributed to a small number of outlets. Her debut album, Tiffany Evans, was finally completed and released in 2007, featuring an assortment of established and up-and-coming collaborators, including Narada Michael Walden, DJ Smurf, Ne-Yo, and songwriting team the Clutch. Ciara guested on lead single "Promise Ring." As an actor, Evans appeared in Diary of a Mad Black Woman and episodes of The District and Law and Order: Special Victims Unit. She also leant her voice to Tarzan II. ~ Andy Kellman

New York, NY [The Bronx]
August 4, 1992




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