MEET ASHLEY TIFFANEY
Ashley Tiffaney is emerging into a powerful media voice in hip-hop, pop culture and news. She is a multi-media personality, producer, and music journalist from Queens, New York. The media maven has worked in front of the camera and behind-the-scenes in a newsroom, production, video editing, and writing. Growing up, Ashley’s father would always play hip-hop and R&B music around the house. Ashley grew a liking for music and began taking piano lessons at the age of 10. She began her on-air career as a radio host for CCNY’s radio station.
Ashley’s passion and love for production, interviewing, and music led to the birth of her hip-hop interview/documentary web series, Stay On TV in 2015. The platform highlights emerging artists and creatives in urban entertainment which gives a raw behind-the-scenes look into their lives. Notable interviews with Jadakiss, Dapper Dan, and Fat Joe among many others are featured on the show. Ashley’s goals are to expand the series to multiple cities and create job opportunities for black women in the music industry.
Ashley has held a marketing position at Sirius XM and a contributing writer position at Above Average Hip-Hop magazine. She currently works for Bronxnet Television as a reporter producing hyper local news stories; interviewing Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr., DJ Funkmaster Flex, and Yandy Smith among others. Additionally, Ashley works as an entertainment reporter for 12by6’s online magazine. Ashley hopes to help others find their higher self through her work and to do whatever else God has planned for her. Ashley firmly believes it is written for her and she is doing what God created her to do — create uplifting content and inspire.
With a degree in Creative Writing and Journalism, her next sights are set on public speaking, acting, and becoming a music executive.