Tiffany Evans kicks off this week with her brand new single “Red Wine.” The Ryan Anderson produced track is the second release from her forthcoming EP due in May.
The sultry tune explores insecurity in a relationship. “A lot of us may experience insecurity at some point in our life,” says Evans. “Sometimes we bring baggage from our past into our present, which may dictate how we think and feel about certain things. ‘Red Wine’ is one of my most personal songs to date. I was in a vulnerable space when I wrote it.”
Evans introduced “Red Wine” to her fans at her show at SOB’s in November. After lots of positive feedback and demands from fans, Evans decided to release it as a single.
“Red Wine” is the follow-up to “Baby Don’t Go,” which was featured on VH1’s hit reality show Love & Hip Hop: New York.
Stream “Red Wine” below.
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