Over the last three decades, Richard T. Jones has been that “guy” in at least one of your favorite movies. Jones is most noted for stealing the hearts of women in the role of “Slim,” one-third of the  of the sexual chocolate entree, alongside Omar Epps and Taye Diggs in The Wood (1999) and then breaking hearts in Why Did I Get Married? (2007) and Why Did I Get Married Too? (2010). He played the role of a  lying, cheating husband, named “Mike.” But don’t get it twisted this brother is constantly working both in front and behind the camera.

Jones was born in Kobe, Japan and moved to California when he was four. Unfamiliar with the culture and even the language he found adjusting to life stateside difficult at an early age but eventually settled into his new home and began budding. It was not until college that Jones decided to pursue a career as an actor. He enrolled in a drama class at Tuskegee University in Alabama. Since his first role in a major film in  Helicopter (1993), Jones has continued to build an impressive Hollywood resume and has been actively working as an actor every single year since his debut.

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Her voice is unlike anything I’ve ever heard before. It’s deep and raspy like Tina Turner but seductive; gruff yet captivating, the way R&B music is supposed to be. Her low-toned alto voice ranges from a monotone croon to higher pitched runs with ease. Fused with both R&B and neo-soul vibes, her sound is like a musical lovechild gone wild. It’s hard to believe that her skills are  self-taught but as she’s quick to explain, her gift comes from above. “My gift is spiritually given, literally God poured music inside of me,” she told Essence magazine. Listening to her music confirms just that. Although she’s not singing the gospel music she grew up hearing, her heart and soul are more than transparent. Rooted in authenticity and inspired by love, it’s no wonder why her latest EP Pillow Talk has the music industry wondering who she is. But if you ask the singer, songwriter herself, she’d tell you Tiffany Gouche (pronounced Goo-SHAY), is just like the music she produces: sensual, warm and free.

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