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Pop superstar singer, Tiffany Young, today released  the music video for her powerful new song, “Over My Skin.”The video is an edgy, sassy and instantly attractive take of the song, which sees Tiffany dancing in front of a classroom and in the midst of a high school marching band.  Within the first 6 hours of its release, the video has gained well over 140K views.

Tiffany is coming into her own as a solo performer, pushing the boundaries as she embarks on the next exciting phase of her artistic pursuits. This video is the artist’s own commentary on the pressures that are brought to artists to “make it”. Meet “Professor T” of the Young Pop Academy. If you’ve enrolled in her class, you will be given a brief commentary on what society pushes artists towards in today’s world, and the situations she’s been put in where she had to fight past any insecurity and feel confident in her own skin. “Professor T”takes the class through her POP101 course broken down into 5 Lessons; Lesson 1: own your style, Lesson 2: werk that social media, Lesson 3: facing criticism, Lesson 4: focus on the music, and in the end Lesson 5 : taking your career into your own hands and learning all crafts.

Tiffany explains, “I wanted to surprise everyone that has shown me so much love and support on this unpredictable journey with the official music video to“Over My Skin” on this special day for me, my Birthday! Recently I’ve been learning all angles of the music industry from developing and producing my merch, music video editing and concept design, songwriting and production, budgeting and so much more in my own career. This music video reflects situations where I’ve had to overcome my insecurities as a performer, shut out any fears or short comings, and feel good in my own skin. Through this process I encourage everyone that’s following their dreams and passionate about what they love, to take their destiny into their own hands, learn as much as you can about your craft and keep learning, let’s inspire each other to grow.”

The accompanying single, “Over My Skin” is on a viral upswing since its release with over 2.5 million streams across Spotify and Youtube, landing the #1 spot on the iTunes Pop Chart in 13 countries, #1 spot on the iTunes K-Pop Chart in 23 countries and #1 spot on the iTunes All Genres Chart in 10 countries.

US press has noticed Tiffany’s trajectory: – Noisey said, “Tiffany captivated the world with K-pop supergroup Girls’ Generation, and now it’s time for her to take the throne back home in the USA with her new solo single.”  WithRolling Stone adding, “[the song] is a sensual, bold, English-language song.”PAPER Magazine included Tiffany in their 100 Women Revolutionizing Pop Roundup, stating “Tiffany’s sharp-witted lyrics and catchy hooks allows her to break down boundaries both abroad and statewide.”

With the release of this video, Tiffany continues her certain journey into the spotlight and has plans for an EP release in early 2019.



Born in Los Angeles, Young packed her bags and traveled to Seoul, Korea alone at the age of 15, where she would train to be in one of the best-selling female K-Pop groups in Korea. Iconic in their genre, Girls’ Generation have 16 No. 1 singles, 1.8 billion YouTube views, 120 awards from various organizations, and 15 released albums. After world tours, millions of records sold and a decade as the de facto leader of that group, Tiffany is now ready to take on the world as a solo artist.

Co-written by Tiffany“Over My Skin” is filled with self awareness and embracing one’s femininity, featuring the classic pop vibe with a hint of ‘90s R&B elements that Tiffanytalked about. She explains, “It is me all the way.”
The song is semi auto-biographical and about a young woman transitioning to the next phase of her life, letting herself be more emotionally naked for the first time.

“I feel liberated, like I’m finally stepping into my own superpowers!” says Tiffany​”It’s about doing my life my way and not for anyone else.  When you first hear the song, you can say, oh that is about sex, but listen again, it is really deeper than that.  It is about being a woman in this world at this time. My favorite line is ‘do nasty things and you don’t judge me’ because I think every woman feels that way and there is nothing wrong with it,” she proudly states.

Tiffany partnered with East-West entertainment company, Transparent Artsheaded by the Far East Movement (the first Asian American group to hit #1 on the Billboard Charts) and Jon Yip of the Grammy award winning production team The Stereotypes  (Two Grammys in 2018 for Bruno Mars, “That’s What I Like”) to present her new sound and vision to the world.

Tiffany enjoys a large fandom generated from years of being in Girls’ Generation, that has now translated into over 6 million followers on Instagram.





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