Seventeen year old Tiff has skyrocketed musically since the Spring of 2012 when she won her “UNDER 17” category in a local singing competition. She has captured the attention of many including NBC’s executive talent producer from “The Voice”; songwriter Jack Knight of Bad Boy Records who wrote and recorded with Tiff in November 2012 and Universal Music Group's Antea & Anesha Birchett (Aplus) songwriters and vocal producers for Beyonce, Justin Bieber, Mary J Blige, Ciara, Jennifer Lopez and many others. These are just to name a few who immediately saw the enormous potential in Tiff’s singing career.
In November 2012 Worldstarhiphop.com featured her studio recording of “Summertime” by Billie Holiday under the category of “Youth Singing Talent of the Week” and it has over 100,000 views.
Tiffany Rachel Andreadis was born on June 27th, 1996 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The youngest of three sisters, her father and mother, are church ministers. She grew up being a big fan of Whitney Houston, JoJo, and Destiny’s Child.
Tiff always had a passion for music and would constantly sing around the house from a very young age. She started singing in church, had lead parts in her school musicals, and she would also sing the national anthem at school events. In early 2012 she felt she was ready to show her talent to the world and decided to enter a singing competition after her father persuaded her to enter it just "for fun". Performing Etta James classic “At Last” lead her to winning 1st place in the juniors category. It was there she caught the attention of Tyse Saffuri a music executive and founder of Entyse Entertainment (The Weeknd, Queen of Hearts).
With no formal training and being 16 with a voice bigger than her age, Tyse and Tiff began to work together. Within just a few weeks of launching her YouTube channel, one of the executive talent producers from the NBC show called “The Voice” contacted management upon seeing some of Tiff’s videos online, however due to show regulations pertaining to US residency; it hindered her from being on the show.
Not discouraged with what seemed a “big break” falling through, Tiff kept pressing on as she continued working with various producers and songwriters including Jack Knight, the first songwriter signed to Sean “Diddy” Combs’ of Bad Boy Records, accredited for songs by Jennifer Lopez, Christina Aguilera, and Keshia Cole to name a few. Collectively they worked to create a fusion of songs with elements of pop, soul, R & B, and dance.
"I want my first album to be fun, but I also want to sing about what really goes on in the life of a teen." - Tiff
Her YouTube channel presently has over 380,000 views since August 2012 to which her viewership as of late is increasing by more than 2000 views a day and counting. Whether singing, acting or performing Tiff plans on making an impact in every aspect of the entertainment industry.