Tiffany Fred is far from clueless but she is ‘rollin’ with the homies.’
The Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter is continuing to claim 2018 as her breakout year. After initially introducing listeners to her artistry at the top of the year with the intriguing ‘Drake‘ EP, which found her re-imagining select tracks from the rap superstar, the New Jersey native returns with her first original music EP, Rollin’ With The Homies.
After many years in the background penning hits for artists like Fantasia, Tamar Braxton, Melanie Fiona, and Jennifer Hudson, the songstress has been emerging as another exciting songwriter turned artist, and building a growing fan base.
“I can’t even begin to tell you how excited I am for you guys to hear this project,” says Tiffany Fred. “It was such a good time making cool ass music with my friends to give to my cool ass fans. I can’t even believe I have fans. When I released ‘Drake’ I remember saying I didn’t want it to fall on deaf ears and of course it did because it was my first project. But now I’m so excited that there’s a group of people waiting for the music this time!! It’s crazy exciting!! I really bared my soul and gave this music all of me.”
The aptly named EP features five fresh collaborations including her current single “Mr. Weedman” featuring J-Doe, a remix version of her first single “Don’t” featuring Kosine of Da Internz, who produced the track too, and hot collabs with the likes of Eric Bellinger (“Dear God”), Bridget Kelly (“I Used To”), and more.
This EP is sure to keep your summer rollin’. Check it out below and stay tuned for Tiffany’s debut album Thirty, which is coming soon.