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LISTEN: Gospel Recording Artist, Tiffany Jeffers Releases Her Debut Single “Say Yes”

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JUNE 20, 2016 – Write Haus Music Group artist, Tiffany Jeffers releases “Say Yes,” the debut single from her forthcoming summer EP.  The inspirational lyrics encourages listeners to simply surrender to God and just “Say Yes” to his will.  The digital release is available today, June 20, 2016 on iTunes and most online retail outlets that sell music.  

Tiffany Jeffers, full project promises to be one that combines her powerful vocals with lyrics that reflect her personal relationship with Christ. She has an urgency in her voice that lets you know how dedicated she is to winning souls and uplifting Gods Kingdom.

Her music is a combination of Traditional Gospel and the explosive Urban Gospel sound that is impacting Gospel music today.  Her youthful spirit is a contradiction to the power and control of her magnificent instrument.  She has the vocal poise of a seasoned singer, but she approaches songs with a freshness that sets her apart from others.

About Tiffany Jeffers
Tiffany Jeffers is a Gospel recording artist that was born in Baltimore, MD to musical parents.  Her exposure to music at an early age began the love and appreciation she has for music. It was evident at an early age to all who heard her sing that she was blessed with a unique gift.

Tiffany was honored to be one of the few students chosen to matriculate to the Baltimore School for the Arts where she studied Classical Voice. Because of her exceptional vocal control, she became one of the favored students at the school and caught the attention of the late Dr. Nathan Carter who gave her a full scholarship to Morgan State University. It was there that she continued her studies and was chosen for many solos including her highlighted performance at the Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall.