Tiffany Red is a multifaceted artist hailing from South Jersey. With a passion for music and community service, she has established herself as a leading figure in the music industry. As a Grammy-winning songwriter, artist, producer, and content creator, she has written hit songs for some of the biggest names in music, including Zendaya, Jason Derulo, and Cassie. In addition, Tiffany has released seven projects, including her most recent EP, "In My Head."
In June 2020, Red's social media outcry over the under-compensation for her contribution to the K-pop hit "Boss" by NCT sparked a movement. This momentum led her to establish The 100 Percenters, a nonprofit advocating for music creatives, particularly those from BIPOC and marginalized communities. Her outspoken stance reverberated, drawing attention from notable media outlets like Billboard, Variety, Forbes, and Rolling Stone, and garnered support from Sony Music Publishing and the YouTube Black Voices Fund!
Red's efforts have birthed a revolutionary platform, igniting a modern renaissance within the music industry. She empowers the community through unapologetic candor via social media, op-eds, podcasts, town halls, and panels. Her mission radiates courage, education, and enlightenment, resonating like a sonic boom.