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LA Weekly Profile: Tiffany Gouché

Describing Tiffany Gouché always leads to conversations regarding millennial artists refusing to be “boxed in” by genre. From the Inglewood native’s perspective, she’s even evolving past the alternative R&B/soul label given to her music by tastemakers, fans and even herself.

“I want everyone to define ‘soul music,’ because we all have souls and we all are musicians, so we need to find another word for that,” Gouché says at her Highland Park home studio, which she shares with her manager, Vatana Shaw, and storied industry engineer Claudio Cueni. “I believe my music is my expression. I’m expressing fully in the most vulnerable capacity. I just believe it’s that. Just vulnerability.”

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