It’s been greater than 30 years since 80’s pop star Tiffany rose to fame with a string of pop hits that catapulted her to the highest of the charts.
Tiffany — full title Tiffany Darwish — was simply 16 in 1987 when she scored back-to-back No. 1 singles: “I Think We’re Alone Now” and “Could’ve Been.” Her self-titled debut album additionally topped the charts, promoting greater than 5 million copies.
Now 49, Tiffany remains to be making music — and launched her first unique vacation music on Friday. She co-wrote and recorded the unique music, “Angels,” in her residence studio in Nashville. The music was co-written by songwriters Margie Hauser and Mark Alberici.
According to Tiffany, the music is a “reflective, sentimental, but optimistic have a look at the emotions of loneliness and isolation throughout these present exhausting instances.” She tells PEOPLE it highlights “the nostalgic feeling that Christmas brings and the fun of seeing household and family members in the course of the vacation season.”
“The music is about hope and lacking household,” she says. “In my greater than 30-year profession, I’ve by no means recorded an unique Christmas music, however it simply felt proper. It’s uncooked and actual and that is what makes it particular to me.”
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For Tiffany, 2020 will likely be a low-key Christmas. “Right now it’s simply me and my boyfriend,” she says. “We’ve received no different plans apart from zooming with household cooking a giant meal, even only for the 2 of us.”
The singer continues: “Usually on Christmas Eve I cook dinner tamales as a result of my son is a component Mexican and I used to be raised in a Latin neighborhood, and we open one current. Then on Christmas morning, I drink sizzling chocolate whereas listening to Christmas carols and after I cook dinner a giant meal.”
Tiffany, who used to personal a Nashville-area boutique, says that she’s a very good reward giver however she likes to be whimsical about vacation presents. “I’ve a lifetime pal that hates fish so I’ve this working gag the place I reward him fish yearly, from fish lamps and fish dishes,” she says. “And my mother had a fetish giving me fridge magnets and she or he individually wrapped them. I miss them now that’s she’s gone.”
“Angels” is obtainable on a number of platforms, together with Apple Music, Spotify, and Amazon Music.