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A native of Dallas, Texas, Tiffany Tatum has embraced music her whole life. She studied the music business at Richland College. She later received her Arts Certificate from Barbizon School of Modeling and Fashion, where she won the award for "Outstanding Female Model with Attitude".
Tatum formed Tiffany Tatum Music, were she takes control of her affairs independently, with management under McBride Entertainment. When it comes to music, this artist has what it takes. Performing, acting, modeling, recording and promoting music, and taking care of business is what this artist is about.
Tatum has worked and performed for well-known musicians that her parents grew up listening to, such as Yarbrough & Peoples, Howard Scott of War, Willie Clayton, Millie Jackson, Robert "Goodie" Whitfield of The Gap Band, and Tony Thompson of Hi-Five, just to name a few.
Tatum won the 2007 "American Idol" online contest, presented by Fox 4 News in Texas, where she received great reviews by The Dallas Morning News on her win. Tatum recently appeared in Skilly Magazine, Rude Boy Magazine, All Star Magazine, Hip Hop Weekly Magazine, Southern Vibe Magazine, Access Unlocked, and All Music Shoppe Online Magazine (Hong Kong). Interviews include The Entertainment Bank, The Concept, BET News, The Dallas Morning News, The McKinney Gazette, and the list goes on.
Tatum's videos and commercials have aired on telvision's major music channels, including Vevo and many other media outlets. Her vocal training has come from Grammy Award winner Bill Riley (Céline Dion), opera coach Glenda Clay (New Art Six), and Brian Shexsnyder. In 2004, Tatum released her freshman album "A Tainted Love", which was followed by the 2012 release of her second album, "All About Me", distributed by Tate Music Group.
Tatum's newest album, "Memoirs of a Diva" was release in 2015, distributed by Universal Music Group. Her hot new singles, "Testify" and "Doing it My Way", distributed by Mafioso Music Family, was release on December 2, 2016.