Meet Tiffany J. of Family Tree Entertainment


The INDIEgator: How important would you say social networking is in your career and anyone aspiring to be in the music industry? 

Tiffany: It would depend on what position that person is looking for. Of course if you have no fans you need to work harder socially to get people that believe in you. We don’t have the luxury any more of just working off of faith. Now the labels look to see if the rest of the world has “out in the open” believers in the Artist’s work as well.

Follow through on every single contact you ever make in your whole career…

The INDIEgator: Switching gears here. We all have our challenges. What helped you overcome any of the roadblocks you may have experienced along your professional journey? 

Tiffany: Knowing my son needs me to be at my best and my family (has helped). So through nothing an outside person may say or do to me, am I allowed to forget why I do what I do.

The INDIEgator: What have been some of your biggest accomplishments or rewarding moments in doing what you do?

Tiffany: When I am in a club or driving and I hear people singing to records I was involved in, I still get a chill. A Milli and Pop, Lock and Drop It are still career highlights, because nobody thought those songs would blow.

The INDIEgator: Who are some of your inspirations or influences?

Tiffany: My Grandmother; she ran in the Olympics and represented her country of Bermuda and representing where you’re from on a national stage like that is important. When I’m moving around to different places, no matter what, I am always the girl from Arizona. So in a way I carry my state on my back at all times. And my mentor Blue Williams (inspires me); I have been there for the highest and lowest points with him. And never once was giving up an option. His determination helps me on days when I feel like giving up.

The INDIEgator: Any words of inspiration or wisdom for others aspiring to do the type of work you do or aspiring to be represented by someone on your level?

Tiffany: Remember that every person matters, and always treat people with the same respect you would like them to give you. Never waste people’s time, be honest as much as you possibly can, follow through on every single contact you ever make in your whole career, and always keep God first.

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Kitty Y. Williams
Since moving to Houston, CEO Kitty Y. Williams (MissKittyTV Networks, LLC) has brought positive media exposure to Entertainers, Business Owners, Authors, Filmmakers, Community Leaders and other unique individuals Worldwide. Beginning with MissKittyTV in 2006, she filmed exclusive interviews, showcases, web cam episodes and events around the city, sharing with the world via YouTube. In 2007 she started her Kitty Williams LIVE radio broadcast on BlogTalkRadio, interviewing guests and showcasing music from several independent entertainers. (Read More on LinkedIn)

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