Review: Tiffany exceptional on latest studio album 'A Million Miles' Special

Posted Aug 28, 2016 by Markos Papadatos
Former teen queen Tiffany is back with her latest studio album, "A Million Miles," and it is a solid collection of songs.
Her latest studio offering opens with the mid-tempo "Cry," and it is followed by the piano-driven ballad, "History," where she is able the high notes effortlessly. The title track "A Million Miles" is a melancholic tune that really tugs at the heartstrings.
"Fall Again" is a well-written song from an acoustic standpoint. "Right Here" is the album's strong lead-off single. The melodically and lyrically infectious "Daddy's Girl" is one of those songs that will certainly put a smile on one's face.
She picks up the pace with the mid-tempo "Waking up for the First Time," and the female narrator admits that she can't get over a prior romance in "Get Over You." It closes with the slow-moving ballad "Lady and Her Man" and the poignant yet poetic "Tears."
A Million Miles is available on Amazon.
The Verdict
Overall, Tiffany is back stronger than ever on A Million Miles. She is not afraid to display her vulnerability as a recording artist, and it shows. Tiffany is such an underrated female vocalist and this new record deserves more than just a passing glance. This album garners an A rating.
For more information on multi-platinum-selling musician Tiffany and her new album, check out her official website.