The name Tiffany Evans has been in entertainment for over a decade, but now her path is starting to become more clear.
Evans first showed her skills to the world on the talent show “Star Search” in 2003 at the age of ten. After consecutive appearances, she won the junior division competition thanks to a perfect score on all of her performances. From there, Evans threw acting into her talent mix with appearances in TV (CBS’ The District) and movies (Tyler Perry’s Diary of a Mad Black Woman). But Evans still had a hand on music as she released her self-titled debut album in 2008 with the likes of Ciara, Bow Wow and producer Rodney Jerkins backing her up. She had a sophomore album in the works around 2010 under the management of Matthew Knowles (father of Beyonce), but her management and record deal came to a close.
It’s been two years since Evans reemerged as an independent artist, but she sounds as feisty as ever with her vocal chops on full display in her new single “Baby Don’t Go.” Maturity has clearly taken hold of Evans as she sounds more focused and confident than her early years. From her opening of, “this is the last time I’m doing this,” she’s in full control of the song and the situation. Clearly a break-up song, “Baby Don’t Go” is backed by a slow, grooving R&B beat as Evans muses about a now ex-lover who she’s finally walking away from after he’s screwed up multiple times.
Evans’ vocals are smooth and not overly dramatic. She keeps a strong tone with attitude flexing each time she tells off her cheating lover. When she says she’s “tired of keeping tracks and trying to figure out” and “there’s only so much I can take all these years and your mistakes,” one can almost picture he waving her finger at her cheater as she sings to him. Her vocal delivery sounds very much like Ciara or Rihanna with a bit more power. There’s a certain strut or attitude to Evans’ voice, something that’s much needed in today’s R&B world. Music is full of girls looking like divas, but Evans walks and talks the part like she’s been doing it for years.
Take a good listen to “Baby Don’t Go” and remember the swagger of Tiffany Evans. Her control on a track is something to get excited about. As far as the men go, be true to Tiffany or you might be the subject of her next singing smackdown.
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