|Birth name||Tiffany Joy McGhee|
|Also known as||Tiff Joy|
|Born||April 7, 1986|
|Genres||urban contemporary gospel|
|Labels||Tyscot, WalkWay, VMan|
|Associated acts||Ricky Dillard|
Tiffany Joy McGhee (born April 7, 1986), who goes by the stage name Tiff Joy, is an American urban contemporary gospel artist and musician. She started her music career, in 2014, by performing on an album by Ricky Dillard. Her first studio album, TIFF JOY, was released on September 25, 2015 by WalkWay Music Group, VMan Entertainment, and Tyscot Records. This album was her breakthrough release upon the Billboard magazine charts.
Tiff Joy was born, Tiffany Joy McGhee, on April 7,1986, the daughter of Pastors Timothy and Bernadine Bell-McGhee of the Free Spirit Ministerial Worship Center congregation in Chicago, Illinois, where she was raised.
Her music career started in 2014, with the appearance on Ricky Dillard's live album, Amazing, on the song, "Amazing", which won a Stellar Award.She released, TIFF JOY, a studio album, on September 25, 2015, with WalkWay Music Group, VMan Entertainment, and Tyscot Records. This album was her breakthrough release upon the Billboard magazine Gospel Albums chart, where it peaked at No. 5. The song, "The Promise", has peaked on the Gospel Airplay chart at No. 26.
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