Monday, May 13


Lady Tiffany aka da Boss Chic. This Jacksonville, Florida native is no stranger to struggle and making it happen on her own. Growing up she overcame many obstacles being from a single parent household and crime ridden community. By 17, she had to overcome yet another hurdle when she became a teen mom, but this did not hold her back. She went back to what she knew best, grinding, but this time it was in the booth. Always positive about life and in control of things that took place around her, she made a name for herself in the streets.
She knew how to get money and respect which showed in her lifestyle. Her “girl swag” proved to anyone who crossed her path that she was denitely a Boss Chic. Lady Tiffany has opened up for Wale, where she accepted rave reviews from fans. Serious about her craft and music, she constantly stayed in the studio working with labelmates Eddie Kane and Dub Bang Em improving her delivery and writing skills. She is now considered to be the hottest female artist representing Jacksonville, a city known for talent.
Lady Tiffany is the 1st female artist on the Bluehouse label and she is moving at warp speed and has increased her stock by being someone that works with a high level of professionalism. She has created a t-shirt line called Boss Chic by Lady Tiffany and have future plans for various business ventures representing the Lady Tiffany brand and Bluehouse Ent. She is known for her bright smile, mild manner, and great studio etiquette,she’s also known for her sharp snappy delivery that makes any male listener crenge and all female
applaud and consider Lady Tiffany as thefemale to carry the torch for all independent ladies.
Lady Tiffany is becoming a force to be reckoned with in a industry where females can sometimes be
outdone by male artist. When asked what is the meaning of being a Boss Chic, she replied, “It’s more than just being an independent strong woman in a male dominated society, it’s becoming the Boss of your life and creating our own world, whether it’s in the streets or in a boardroom, I’m just that, a Boss.”