Tiffany Evans Comes of Age on New Album

Tiffany Evans is back in the studio working on her sophomore album, Ponytail Krush, slated for release on Columbia Records in early 2009. The 16-year-old describes this release as a coming-of-age project, which she calls an “emancipating experience.”

“When I sat down with my manager and the record label, I told them I did not want to be limited in the type of songs I recorded this time around. I want to make music for everyone. I describe this album like turning a radio dial and no matter what type of music the station plays, you can find a Tiffany Evans record on the playlist,” said the pint-sized singer.

In an effort to create a universal album, Tiffany Evans titled her new album Ponytail Krush. “Anybody can wear a ponytail. No matter the age, male or female—ponytails are for everybody—just like my music is for everybody,” explained the Bronx native.

As far as producers go, Evans is compiling a list of the most talented and innovative producers out there. “It can be an unknown or popular producer from America or abroad. I just want a great album. I don’t care who it comes from!”

Tiffany Evans released her self-titled debut album in April of this year. The album featured the singles “I’m Grown” with Bow Wow and “Promise Ring” featuring Ciara, which sold over 110,000 ringtones and 100,000 singles.