We’re nearing the end of the calendar year, so you know what that means — time to clog up your Facebook feeds with “Best Albums of the Year” lists. Earlier this week we discussed some of the year’s most overlooked R&B releases — check them out here.
But make sure you add Tiffany Evans in that discussion.
Evans recently dropped her new EP, All Me, her first release since her 2013 mixtape 143. This project shows a bit more growth, blending 2015 melodies with mid-90s sensibilities. All Me shows that Evans was birthed from R&B’s roots but isn’t afraid to branch out to new heights.
Of all the tracks on the set, the flirty “TMI” makes the biggest impression. Evans can’t keep her hands off her lover and her vocals ooze with sensuality. Check it out below.
Head over to iTunes to purchase All Me. It fits right in with 2015’s R&B standouts.
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