Tiffany Love Southside Jamaica Queens official Producer

Thank You for spending time with The Grynd Report. Please Introduce yourself and tell us where you are from?

My name is Tiffany Love, and I am from Queens, NY.

Describe what it was like growing up in Queens NY?

I grew up in the Southside of Jamaica, Queens. I lived in Baisley Park Gardens buildings. For all who don’t know where that is Nicki Minaj shot her video “We Go Up” right in front of my building. I could go on about how it was in Southside, but I’ll save that for another time. It had its challenges, but I grew to love my neighborhood. My grandmother kept me on the right path. She kept me in church, and I never went without and so I was able to just be a kid.

When did you decide that being a producer was something you wanted to pursue?

I knew I wanted to be a producer since the age of 9 years old. My grandmother bought me my first keyboard. I had the Yamaha PR- 240, and I would sit in my room and practice. I wrote and composed my first gospel song called “In A Special Way”. I spent years writing poetry and songs that by the age of 12, I experienced being in a studio for the first time. I used to write songs and produce the music for a group I was in and from that point I knew I wanted to be a producer.

Do you remember the first beat you created and how long did it take you to create?

Yes. I created my first beat in logic 9 it was called “In love” and it took me less than an hour to do it. I be in my zone when it comes to creating.

Who would you say in the world of producing inspired you in this business?

Great question. I would say Bryan Micheal Cox, 9th Wonder, and Wondagurl just to name a few.

How has your sound and style evolved in the last 3 years?

My unique style and vision are what set me apart, so staying true to myself is non-negotiable. These lessons aren’t just about making music; they’re about navigating the music game with style, grace, and a killer beat. I’m still a student and so I am still evolving as a producer, trying to make my music known.

Who are some of the artists you produced for?

I have worked with a few up-and-coming artists. I worked with artists from the UK. I’ve worked with artists from LA and Rhode Island.

What is your definition of Grynd?

Grynd to me isn’t just about the hustle—it’s a lifestyle, a mindset, a relentless pursuit of excellence no matter the odds. It’s about turning dreams into reality, grinding day in and day out, pushing boundaries, and never settling for less. Grynd is about resilience, passion, and staying true to yourself while chasing your goals. It’s about embracing the journey, learning from failures, and coming back stronger every time.

What do you feel is the biggest lesson you’ve learned as a producer?

First off, patience isn’t just a virtue; it’s a necessity. From crafting that perfect sound to waiting on collaborations, patience is key. Secondly, adaptability is everything. The industry shifts constantly, so being versatile and open to new sounds and techniques keeps my productions fresh. Thirdly, networking isn’t just a buzzword—it’s the lifeblood of success. Building relationships, collaborating, and learning from others in the game can open doors you never knew existed. Lastly, trust your instincts.

Any Shoutouts?

I would like to shout out Grynd Report for giving me this opportunity. I want to shout out to my family who have supported me. I want to shout out to my homie Melissa aka Mel Go Hard for also supporting me. I want to send a special shoutout to my parents who are no longer with me. If it wasn’t for them, it would not be no me.


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