Tiffany Young is feeling “liberated” since turning her focus to her solo career throughout the U.S.
The 29-year-old American singer, born Stephanie Young Hwang, talked about her aspirations and new single “Born Again” in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter printed Thursday.
Tiffany acquired right here to fame with the Okay-pop group Girls’ Generation after transferring to South Korea as an adolescent, nonetheless left the group’s firm, SM Entertainment, in 2017. She will launch her second solo EP, Lips on Lips, this month.
“The original intention was always to be a solo artist,” she acknowledged. “As much as I loved my time in Girls’ Generation — and cherish each and every one of those girls and appreciate the work that we did together — I knew, for myself, that I had to give it a shot here in the U.S.”
Tiffany now lives in Los Angeles and is signed with California’s Transparent Agency. She acknowledged the U.S. music commerce is totally totally different from the Okay-pop world, the place executives usually have administration over a performer’s career and movie.
“This type of freedom is a privilege,” Tiffany acknowledged. “I’m not a little girl anymore. I’m a woman now and I’m calling all the shots. I know what I want, how I want it and who I want to be a part of this new era with me.”
“I’m experimental AF right now, but I’m also feeling fiercer than ever,” she added. “This just felt like the right mood. Dark, edgy, romantic, raw. I’m just feeling liberated. This is my most honest and authentic self.”
Tiffany launched a sultry music video for “Born Again” closing week.
“this was a very emotional journey for me but definitely a special one & im excited to share this moment with you. first single & video from my EP,” she knowledgeable followers on Instagram.