Tiffany Villarreal

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Tiffany Villarreal
Birth name Tiffany Villarreal
Origin San Antonio, Texas, United States
Genres R&B, Hip Hop
Occupations Singer, songwriter, record producer
Years active 1996–present
Labels Motown Records, Rae Records / Virgin Records
Associated acts Tupac Shakur, Raekwon, Missy Elliott, Stat Quo, Focus..., Baby Bash
Website Tiffany Villarreal Official Website

Tiffany Villarreal is a Mexican-Puerto Rican singer from San Antonio, Texas, United States.[1] She sang vocals on Baby Bash's "Shorty Dopp Woopp", as well as "The Hood" by Raekwon and "In the Ayer" by Flo Rida. She released her self tilted debut album in 2004, only in Japan. The album feature guests like Raekwon and Sheek Louch.

In 1996, she was at one point signed to RCA Records and had enlisted Missy Elliott as the executive producer for her debut. However, due to the folding of RCA, Villarreal's debut album was shelved.[2] Following her leave from RCA, Villarreal signed to Pharrell Williams' Star Trak Entertainment as one-third member of the Latina group Affair with Natasha Ramos and Vanessa Marquez. She had also signed to Dr. Dre's Aftermath Entertainment imprint; however, she later left to sign to with Motown Records, but has moved again; this time for a deal with Raekwon's Rae Records and Virgin Records.

Discography[edit]

Studio albums
  • Tiffany Villarreal (2004)
Other appearances

Tiffany Villarreal (2004)[edit]

Tiffany Villarreal
Studio album by Tiffany Villarreal
Released July 4, 2004
Genre R&B / Hip hop
Label Universal
Producer Tse Williams
Sean Young
Troy Johnson
Tiffany Villarreal
(Executives)
Chris Gehringer (Album Mastered)

Track listing[edit]

  1. "The Real Intro"
  2. "Fire"
  3. "Rewind the Time" (feat. Raekwon)
  4. "You, Yourself & You"
  5. "Erotic Interlude"
  6. "Erotic"
  7. "Go to Work"
  8. "Holla at Me "
  9. "For My Girls"
  10. "Better Woman"
  11. "Us"
  12. "Set You Free"
  13. "Silent Gun" (feat. Sheek Louch) *
  14. "Nine Months" *

* - Indicates Japanese version only bonus tracks

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