Origin: Jackson, Mississippi
Genre: Holy Hip Hop
Years Active: 2013 - Present
Label: Digistoric Music
Tiffany "Miz Tiffany" Coleman-McGee has been coined a "triple threat in entertainment." Tiffany is Mississippi's first multi-award-winning Urban Gospel Rap Artist. Her trendsetting work has broken traditions within the four walls of the church as well as introduced a unique multi-cultural and ethnic style of music and ministry to urban and hip hop communities. Her single and video entitled "I Ain’t Preaching to the Choir” were Grammy-considered for the 60th Annual Grammy Awards. She has received over twenty-two awards across the United States for her work in music, acting, modeling, and motivational speaking.
She made history as the first female gospel rapper to perform on the Dr. Bobby Jones Presents television showcase. She was awarded and honored during Jackson Music Awards 40th Annual Mississippi Gospel Music awards as "Mississippi Spotlight Artist of the Year" and a "Woman in Gospel, Making Things Happen." She has shared the stage with renowned gospel artists including Erica Campbell, Canton Jones, Jekalyn Carr, Uncle Reece, Paul Porter, JJ Hairston, The Canton Spirituals, Lee Williams & The Spiritual QC's, Evelyn Turrentine Agee, and Keith Wonderboy Johnson among many others.
Her acting career began in 2010. She has since landed featured roles on both cable and network television. She played a farmer on Oprah Winfrey's Queen Sugar, and earned a core featured role on Fox's Empire as Shine’s children's mother. Determined to stay on the move, Tiffany's greatest hope is to inspire, empower, educate, encourage and reach people where they are.