Born on the south side of Chicago, Tiffany Lanae (pronounced La Nae’) is the 5th of 9 children who all possess musical gifts. As the daughter of a pastor, Tiffany enjoyed singing at her home church, House of Prayer Temple Church of God in Christ, and even started an a cappella gospel group at her high school, Morgan Park H.S., called AFRICAA Ensemble.
Tiffany relocated to Washington, DC where she continued her love of singing through many choirs and local gospel groups, including the New Bethel COGIC Choirs, Urban Nation and the Howard University Community Choir. From there, Tiffany continued to serve for over 5 years and grew to become the Music Ministry Team Leader at Victory Christian Ministries International in Washington, DC, which included mentoring other worship leaders and coordinating music for annual conferences and the drama ministry. Currently, she is an ordained Evangelist and serves as the Worship Leader at New Wineskins Covenant Assembly in Annandale, VA. She is also the Music Director for the multi award-winning gospel stage play, TORN. Additionally, she ministers at various churches and events across the country, sharing the gift of song through prophetic worship. In August 2019, Tiffany released her highly anticipated debut single “We Want More”, which is currently ranked at the top of independent gospel charts, and in rotation on global radio stations. Her newest single, “Every Knee” , was released in May 2020 and is available on all digital outlets. Tiffany has garnered 3 nominations for gospel music, including 2020 Finalist for Gospel Choice Music Awards Female Artist/Vocalist of the Year and 2020 Independent Gospel Artist Association’s Christian Contemporary Artist of the Year.
Since June 2017, she felt an overwhelming burden to reach the lost and win souls for Christ. As a result, she founded The Village, an evangelistic and missions-driven music ministry that serves as a bridge between the unchurched and the local church to reach souls for the Kingdom of God through music. In October 2019, The Village established itself as a 501 c3 non-profit organization, with plans to expand into new areas of arts outreach. In January 2020, The Village received a Community Service Award from The Widow’s Pantry Inc. for their faithful ministry to the homeless population in Washington, DC. Tiffany is also a domestic violence survivor and advocate, who was recognized by JADE Ministries as a 2019 Woman of Purpose for her work in encouraging and empowering women.
Tiffany is an alumna of Howard University, and recently completed the Executive Leadership Programme at the University of Oxford. She currently resides in the District of Columbia and is the proud mother of an extraordinary 12-year son named Dymen.
For more information please visit : www.tiffanylanae.org.