She was already a blooming star as a teenager in the 1990s; she won at the Apollo Theater, and landed a big Billboard hit with “Give Him A Love He Can Feel,” and Tiffany Bynoe (first known as Tene Williams) has continued to grow as a songwriter and artist ever since, developing a penchant for catchy songs with positive messages.
Tene Williams "Give Him A Love He Can Feel" [Soul Train May 29, 1993]
Tiffany returned in 2017 with a beautiful version of Deniece Williams' "Free," and now she is back with a new song that features a very famous relative of hers: the great Howard Hewett. The uncle and niece join together "All Things New," a cool midtempo with a classic soul feel (including a sample of the Stylistics' "You Make Me Feel Brand New") and an eternal message of faith that believers can relate to: "He can see the diamonds deep inside you / clean it up, make it shine through."
As Tiffany tells us about the song, “This song touched my heart. It’s about second chances and letting go of the past. I am blessed and grateful. I AM BACK - I AM NEW - we are all new everyday.”
Singer Tiffany Bynoe performs new single 'Free'!
After easing through the lush, jazzy soul of the verses on her sensual re-imagining of the Deniece Williams classic “Free,” Tiffany Bynoe turns the song’s infectious hook into her personal mission statement when she sings: “I want to be free…and I just got to be me, yeah, me.” The title of the multi-talented singer-songwriter’s latest full-length album, Me, is a self-fulfilling prophecy. The collection is a celebration of her multi-faceted essence as an artist, incorporating R&B, pop, funk, house, gospel and world music. Tiffany’s latest musical venture proves a powerful foundation for a dynamic array of multi-media and entrepreneurial endeavors that solidify her brand as an inspirational author, speaker, philanthropist with her own foundation, and business magnate with her own makeup line, magazine, self-branded boutiques and reality TV show in the making.