Vech Tiffay defends women in controversial song
Best known for her amazing vocals and small stature, fast-rising singer/songwriter Vech Tiffay is kick-starting promotions for her controversial new single, 'Take It Wid Pride', which fires back at the popular 'One and Move' song by Govana.
The song, which was released digitally on November 1, was produced by Vech Tiffay Ent and Young Genz Muziq, and is the first official track from the singer since signing a management contract with Icey Jace Music Group earlier this month.
"Take It Wid Pride is a song I recorded in July of this year. The beat was composed by Terrence Myers, and it is basically a song that speaks about the thoughts of a single woman who meets a guy in a club and they have a one-night stand. The song dives into the aftermath of that whole scenario and seeks to also break the stereotype of women who choose to be intimate with a guy, have some fun, and then move on. Similar to how all the men talking about One and Move, this song is for the ladies," Vech Tiffany said.
With a video for Tek It Wid Pride in the pipeline, Tiffay is promising a host of other releases in the coming weeks.
"Currently, we are targeting local and overseas radio for Tek It Wid Pride, but I also have other projects on the way, including a freestyle for the streets, titled No Stylist, as well as a track denouncing cheating, called Say Mi Nah Leave."