Tiffany Young Continues Solo Domination With “Over My Skin” Music Video

Pop superstar singer, Tiffany Young, today released the music video for her powerful new song, “Over My Skin.” The video is an edgy, sassy and instantly attractive take of the song, which sees Tiffany dancing in front of a classroom and in the midst of a high school marching band. Within the first 6 hours of its release, the video has gained well over 140K views.

Tiffany is coming into her own as a solo performer, pushing the boundaries as she embarks on the next exciting phase of her artistic pursuits. This video is the artist’s own commentary on the pressures that are brought to artists to “make it”. Meet “Professor T” of the Young Pop Academy. If you’ve enrolled in her class, you will be given a brief commentary on what society pushes artists towards in today’s world, and the situations she’s been put in where she had to fight past any insecurity and feel confident in her own skin. “Professor T” takes the class through her POP101 course broken down into 5 Lessons; Lesson 1: own your style, Lesson 2: werk that social media, Lesson 3: facing criticism, Lesson 4: focus on the music, and in the end Lesson 5 : taking your career into your own hands and learning all crafts.

Tiffany explains, “I wanted to surprise everyone that has shown me so much love and support on this unpredictable journey with the official music video to “Over My Skin” on this special day for me, my Birthday! Recently I’ve been learning all angles of the music industry from developing and producing my merch, music video editing and concept design, songwriting and production, budgeting and so much more in my own career. This music video reflects situations where I’ve had to overcome my insecurities as a performer, shut out any fears or short comings, and feel good in my own skin. Through this process I encourage everyone that’s following their dreams and passionate about what they love, to take their destiny into their own hands, learn as much as you can about your craft and keep learning, let’s inspire each other to grow.”