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Tiffany Young is “Born Again” in New Single + Video

Tiffany Young has released her new single, “Born Again,” along with its accompanying music video. Young has been teasing the release for weeks, having wiped her Instagram clea in preparation for her new era.

According to Tiffany, the track represents embracing one’s past to create a better version of themselves tomorrow.

She says, “This song and music video was a very emotional and personal journey inspired by all the tragedy and pain I’ve had to mask with a smile throughout my career, and “Born Again” is symbolic of my passion to always fight to grow from these experiences.”

The music video for “Born Again” shows Tiffany not being afraid to share her feelings and emotions to viewers. The video is more minimalistic than her previous, setting Tiffany to be the main focus of the video, with the beach as her backdrop.

In the video, Young also debuts her long blonde hair, a drastic change from her short black hair as seen in her “Teach You” video. The change is just another representation of Tiffany Young’s new era.

Ahead of the song’s official release, Tiffany gifted fans with a video on how the song came to be. She says that the track’s message of “rebirth” will be the central theme of her upcoming EP, Lips on Lips, set to drop February 22nd, 2019 at 12:00 AM EST.

“This EP is a rebirth to me entirely; mind body and soul. It’s about my dark and light, my passion pleasure pain all in one,” says Tiffany.

You can stream “Born Again” now by clicking here.

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Written by Michele Mendez

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