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1. An American pop singer who made her debut in the late 1980s
2. A Korean pop singer, member of girl group Girls' Generation (use Tiffany Young)
1. Tiffany (born Tiffany Renee Darwish; October 2, 1971 in Norwalk, California; sometimes mistakenly reported as being born in Oklahoma, where she has some relatives), is an American artist best known for her success as an 80s dance pop star. Tiffany's self titled debut album, released in May 1987, had two consecutive #1 hits in "I Think We're Alone Now" and "Could've Been". It sold about four million copies. The "Could've Been" Songfacts says that at age 16, Tiffany was the youngest female artist to have an album go to #1 in Billboard history.
Tiffany's second album, Hold An Old Friend's Hand (November 1988) saw 2 Top 40 hits from that album. All This Time peaked at #6 and Radio Romance peaked at #35. In 1989 Tiffany went into the studio to be the voice of Judy Jetson for The Jetsons Movie, which was released in the summer of 1990. Tiffany recorded 3 songs for the soundtrack.
Tiffany released her 3rd album, New Inside (October 1990). Tiffany went in a different direction with this album. Music was changing from an 80's bubblegum pop sound to a more funky hip-hop sound. New Inside was the first single released from the album but failed to chart. "Here In My Heart "was the 2nd single released. It failed to chart but did receive decent airplay on adult contemporary radio stations as a song dedicated to the troops serving in Desert Storm. "Back In The Groove" was the 3rd single released but it failed to chart as well.
In 1993 released her 4th album, Dreams Never Die (November 1993) exclusively in Asia. The singles, "If Love Is Blind" and "Can't You See" both did well in Asia and plans were made to release the album in the U.S. but for one reason or another it never happened.
In 2000 Tiffany reemerged from her years off with the critically acclaimed album, The Color Of Silence (November 2000). It was hailed by Billboard Magazine as, "one of the best pop albums of the year" and the year's "biggest surprise".
In May 2005, Tiffany released the album, "Dust Off And Dance" independently through CDBaby (and later for download on iTunes). It was dedicated to her new husband, but recorded as a "Thank You" to her fans (particularly her gay and European fanbase) for reminding her about the fun to be had with her career, and it serves as a reminder of a lighter time when she could lose herself on the dance floor. The album consists of Eurodance and Hi-NRG style songs. The singles from Dust Off And Dance, such as "Ride It", "Fly", "Be With U Tonite", "Na Na Na", and "Artificial Girlfriend", all charted on listener sponsored radio stations that also stream online, such as WMPH and C895Worldwide.
Tiffany toured with the album, which in September 2006 was nominated for six JPF awards. She won for best dance song of the year for "Be With U Tonite" and best dance CD of the year on November 4, 2006.
Tiffany signed a record deal in the fall of 2006 with 10 Spot Records, a new division of Water Music Records Group, which is distributed by Universal Music Group. She released a new album on June 5, 2007, entitled Just Me. Feels Like Love was released as a single and a video was also shot for the song.
In early August 2007, the dance single "Higher", not featured on any album, began showing up online. On October 2, 2007 (Tiffany's 36th birthday), it debuted on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart at number 45, her first Billboard chart appearance since 1989; since then the single has climbed the charts to #19.
In April 2008, a track with the same name as her 2005 dance album, "Dust off And Dance", became available for download on the web. The song is Tiffany doing vocals for a dance team called Hydra Productions, and the song is found on their album Liquid.
Late July 2008 a new Tiffany dance song titled "Just Another Day" was released on CD by perfectbeat, remixed by Dave Audé. The song is rumored to be from an upcoming dance album yet to be released by Tiffany also including another new song Tiffany has been performing live, "Move Your Body."
2. TIFFANY (born Stephanie Young Hwang; August 1, 1989 in San Francisco, California, United States), is an American singer and actress. She is a member of the top South Korean girl group, Girls' Generation and it's sub-group Girls' Generation-TTS, both formed by S.M. Entertainment. On May 11, 2016, she made her official debut as a solo singer with title track "I Just Wanna Dance" from a mini-album of the same title.
Tiffany was invited to audition at the SM Entertainment Starlight Casting System, where she auditioned with Christina Aguilera's song "The Voice Within", and joined the company on October 2004 in Los Angeles at age 15. She made her official debut as a member of Girls' Generation on August 5, 2007.
In 2012 Tiffany with her band-mates Taeyeon and Seohyun formed a subgroup called Girls' Generation-TTS, releasing their first mini-album titled "Twinkle" during the same year. In 2014, they released their second mini-album titled "Holler". For this release, Tiffany took an active role and served as the visual director to the overall album image and the concept of the title track's music video. The subgroup has a different musical direction and style concept from Girls' Generation, placing their focus on each member's vocal ability while the latter group emphasizes the songs and uniform group performances.
On May 4, 2016, Tiffany was officially announced to be debuting as a solo singer with "I Just Wanna Dance". The album became available for pre-order on the iTunes Store on May 5. It was reported on May 6 that Tiffany composed the track "What Do I Do" and wrote the lyrics for the song's English version, which is only available on the iTunes Store, Spotify and Apple Music, while her fellow Girls' Generation member Sooyoung wrote the lyrics for its Korean version. On May 11, 2016, the album and the title track's music video were released.
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