New York, NY-- Rising R&B/pop singer and performer
is hard at work on her sophomore album,
, slated for release in early 2009. A recent transplant to the city of Atlanta, sixteen-year-old-Evans describes this release as a coming of age project, which she calls an "emancipating experience." "When I sat down with my manager and the record label, I told them I did not want to be limited in the type of songs I recorded this time around. I want to make music for every one. I describe this album like turning a radio dial and no matter what type of music the station plays, you can find a Tiffany Evans record on the playlist."
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In an effort to create a universal album, Tiffany Evans titled her new release "
. Evans went on to add "Anybody can wear a ponytail. No matter the age, male or female - ponytails are for everybody-just like my music is for everybody."
When asked about what producers and writers she's working with Tiffany adds that she's compiling a list of the most talented and innovative producers out there. "It can be an unknown or popular producer from America or abroad. I just want a great album. I don't care who it comes from!"
Tiffany Evans released her debut album,
, on Columbia Records on April 4, 2008. The album featured the hit singles "I'm Grown" featuring Bow Wow and "Promise Ring", featuring Ciara which sold over 110,000 ringtones and 100,000 singles.