Press Release by Empire
Tiffany Levy, born October 29, 1993 in Kingston, Jamaica is an only child to both parents. The gospel songstress attended The Queen’s School in Kingston.
Her June 2019 ‘I’m Ready’ EP was Tiffany’s true introduction to the local gospel music space.
Tiffany has since copped several awards. The song Give A Little won the Best Song Writer award in Antigua and Barbuda Gospel Awards 2020 and an award in 2020 for breakout sensation at the Sterling Gospel Awards in Jamaica. In 2021, in the midst of the global pandemic, she also won the award for Video of the Year for the song Love Me Anyway and the Best Female Reggae Artist of the year at the Atlanta Hip Hop awards 2021.
THE LAST SONG
Following the successful release of Tiffany’s 2019 debut EP ‘I’m Ready’, she is set to release the first single titled The Last Song from her sophomore EP.
“The video seeks to give a voice to the voiceless and hope to the hopeless” — Tiffany.
The Last Song, which is a touching ballad, and which happens to be the last song on the album, speaks about struggles, redemption, and overcoming challenges, to which most if not all persons can relate.
Distributed by Empire, the lyric video for the track features three members of the deaf community interpreting the song in Jamaica Sign Language form, which will premiere on the singer’s official YouTube channel.
‘The Last Song’ Signifies A New Beginning for Tiffany was originally published in Artist Reviews & Caribbean Lifestyle on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.