Tiffany Hayden is all set to give her fans some insight into her music life on Ghana Music.com. There are a lot of people in hiplife/hip-hop who are probably never going to get what she has done.


Pinky Tiffany

Tiffany has worked hard to establish her own voice, writing all her own material and not leaning on sex appeal. Ghana Music.com sat down with Tiffany for a private interview for the 1 on 1 interview section.

Tiffany created quite a buzz for herself with her song, ‘Fake London Boy’. Read on...

Ghana Music.com: In your lyrics, what do you want to be noticed for?
Tiffany: I always want to be noted for story lines because you will realize it’s a story am telling. That what my music stands for.

Ghana Music.com: Have you met any of the female artistes personally and what do they feel about you as an artist. Any one you close to?
Tiffany: Yes I've met almost all the GH female artistes and I think they are cool, everyone is doing her thing and I like that. I am very close to Efya because I have known her since senior high school days at Yaa Asantewaa.

Ghana Music.com: Is there a beauty item that you can't live without?
Tiffany: I can't live without my pink lip stick.

Ghana Music.com: Now that you are getting on top of the game, do you think the ball is in your court to bring female rap back and that you are going to take over?
Tiffany: Yes I think whatever I will do inspires others and will definitely bring it back for others to know that we the women can do better.

Ghana Music.com: So do you think that some females’ rappers are more focused on appealing to men than they should be appealing to women?
Tiffany: Well I don’t know because I don’t focus on their works, I am doing my thing and for me I try to appeal to everyone.

Ghana Music.com: I saw a YouTube video of Castro trying to get at you in studios, why wouldn’t you give him a chance?
Tiffany: Me and Castro are very cool and always crack jokes and have drinks together so there nothing giving him a chance. We respect each other a lot.

Ghana Music.com: Do you find it harder as you grow as an artist?
Tiffany: Yeah, it gets harder because as I grow the more the responsibilities become.

Ghana Music.com: What does it takes to be Tiffany?
Tiffany: It takes a lot to be me. But most importantly is to be real.

Ghana Music.com: As a female in the industry, do you think there is a false perception that you have to sleep your way to the top?
Tiffany: No I don’t see it to be like that.

Ghana Music.com: If you could pick one record that could be your introduction to Tiffany to a new audience, what song could it be?
Tiffany: I will take “Fake London Boy”.

Ghana Music.com: If you weren’t rapping what do you think you’d be doing?
Tiffany: I would hav been doing business which I am still doing as part time. Or possibly go into Interior Decoration because I have passion for that too.

Ghana Music.com: What can women get away with in hiplife/hip-hop that men can't?
Tiffany: Nii answer this for me.

Ghana Music.com: Do you have an essential fashion item?
Tiffany: My leggings.

Ghana Music.com: What is your earliest musical memory?
Tiffany: I started following music when I was very young and I used to listen to Akosua Agyapong and I still listen to her. I love her music. And wish to collaborate with her one day.

Ghana Music.com: What is your most career-defining moment so far?
Tiffany: When I performed at the 020 Live concert.

Ghana Music.com: Which of your songs pumps you up the most?
Tiffany: Last One featuring Castro.

Ghana Music.com: Do you have an advice for new struggling artists?
Tiffany: Well my advice is they should keep doing their thing and just do it right. I always say never give up.



Source: Nii Atakora Mensah/Ghana Music.com