Newest Single Hooked by the Brilliant Pop and R&B Artist Tiffany Sayers Set to Capture Hearts 

Tiffany Sayers

The music industry is witness to brilliant people and gifted individuals who undoubtedly would make it big in the music scene in the next two to three years. With the help of technology and social media, more and more aspiring musical artists have showcased their potential. Still, the music industry knows very well that, ultimately, only a handful are truly deserving to be in the spotlight, and one of them is none other than the pop singer and songwriter Tiffany Sayers.

Tiffany’s music has a unique mix of old and new as she can artistically fuse into her own genres of pop and R&B. She is more than ready to carve out her path to success in the music industry, bringing a new level of musicality and artistry through her craft. At a very young age, the brilliant artist was endowed with musical creativity and talent in singing and songwriting. The outstanding pop artist’s newest single, Hooked, is set to be released on August 11, 2022. It is the glorious marriage between pop and r&b, written by Tiffany and Monique Shakrat Thompson and produced by Grammy-nominated, multi-platinum record producer and mix engineer Benny Steele assisted by Bleu Bailey. Benny Steele is a reputable producer who has collaborated with bigshot artists such as Justin Bieber, Frankie J, and Jason Derulo. 

In September 2022, Tiffany is also set to release an electronic dance remix of Hooked, produced by Grammy-nominated producer and DJ StoneBridge, to showcase her versatility as an artist and bring a new flavor to her new single. StoneBridge is the well-sought-after producer behind worldwide hits such as Robin S’ Show Me Love (StoneBridge Mix) and Ne-Yo’s Closer (StoneBridge Club Mix), as well as remixes for Sia, Missy Elliott, and more. On top of producing hit music, he is also known as a host and DJ of the weekly StoneBridge #bpmMix radio show on Sirius XM Radio’s electronic dance music channel BPM.  

With a growing Spotify playlist, Tiffany Sayers is known as a passionate singer and songwriter who can brilliantly put into words what she feels in her heart. The brilliant singer is not just a contributor to the music industry but also to her community. When she is not performing, recording or writing her songs, she makes it a point to volunteer and organize non-profit and community-driven efforts throughout Los Angeles. 

Tiffany Sayers captured people’s hearts wherever she went live on stage. With an intensely soulful vocal prowess, she has blessed the famous stages of SoCal, including The Viper Room, The Mint, House of Blues, Boardner’s, and Montage Laguna Beach. Her impeccable performance made an unforgettable impression on the audience as she gave her rendition of big music icons such as Mary J. Blige, Justin Timberlake, Alicia Keys, and Stevie Nicks, significant influences who helped mold her style as a singer. 

In 2021, aside from successfully launching My Body Knows, Tiffany Sayers released Trippin’ Over You, a song that gave her significant career breaks, enabling her to secure song deals with Sync Shoppe music licensing company, Media Square Music Production and Publishing, and sync licensing music library, ScoreKeepers. Her co-writer and producer of the song, Daniel Luttrell, is famous for his collaborations with iconic artists such as Ty Dolla $ign, Sky Ferreira, and All Time Low. 

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