|Studio album by|
|Released||April 22, 2008|
|Genre||R&B, hip hop|
|Producer||The Clutch, Ciara (executive), Mr. Collipark, Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins, Shea Taylor, Soulshock & Karlin, Beau Dozier, Brian Kidd, Eric Hudson, RedOne, Kawan Prather, Phillana Williams|
|Tiffany Evans chronology|
|Singles from Tiffany Evans|
Tiffany Evans is the self-titled debut album by R&B singer Tiffany Evans.It was released by Columbia Records on April 22, 2008 in United States and on August 27, 2008 in Japan with two bonus tracks (see 2008 in music). The first single was "Promise Ring", which features Ciara and is Evans' most successful single to date. The second was "I'm Grown", which features Bow Wow. The album was executive produced by Ciara and The Clutch. Album peaked at number 134 on US Billboard 200.
Both DJBooth.net and AllMusic gave album four out of five stars. AllMusic wrote saying: "In hopes on striking gold with the current pop market, Evans isn't presented as the next Mariah Carey. Rather, she is showcased as a more talented Ciara, toning down on the dance tracks but keeping the beat up the whole way through. With guest appearances by Bow Wow and Ciara herself, Evans keeps the vibe on the album vibrant and sassy, while never truly crossing over to inappropriate. Even on the heavier tracks, Evans never gets lost in the music. Her voice sails over the beats and cuts, thus truly synthesizing the best of both worlds. More than a handful of the tracks show the playfulness of Lil' Mama, the mainstream appeal of Miley Cyrus, and Beyoncé's soulful voice, which propels Evans to a pop sound that is truly refreshing. The music is highly accessible; most of the tracks are prepared for radio airplay, and highlights like "Thinkin' About" and "Favorite Broken Heart" are never short on presenting Evans as not only a vocalist but as an artist with mounds of potential who, if she can keep herself moldable and flexible, could see a long career ahead of her."
|1.||"Promise Ring" (featuring Ciara)||4:27|
|2.||"I'm Grown" (featuring Bow Wow)||3:35|
|4.||"Thinkin' About"||Soulshock & Karlin||4:08|
|5.||"Can't Walk Away"||Dozier||3:51|
|6.||"Lay Back & Chill"||3:31|
|7.||"Girl Gone Wild"||4:15|
|8.||"About a Boy"||Hudson||3:11|
|9.||"Favorite Broken Heart"||4:51|
|11.||"Angels on Earth"||Mann||4:08|
|12.||"Let Me Be Your Angel"||3:39|
|13.||"Flying Without Wings"||3:53|
|US Billboard 200||134|
|US Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums (Billboard)||20|
|United States||April 22, 2008||CD, digital download||Columbia|
|Japan||August 27, 2008||CD||Sony|
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