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Girls’ Generation’s Tiffany Makes Her Solo Mark on Multiple Charts With ‘I Just Wanna Dance’

Tiffany has made Billboard chart appearances as a member of both Girls' Generation and its splinter unit Girls' Generation-TTS, but now the Los Angeles native can claim her own spot as a soloist with…

Tiffany has made Billboard appearances as a member of both Girls’ Generation and its splinter unit Girls’ Generation-TTS, but now the Los Angeles native can claim her own spot as a soloist.

The 26-year-old sees her debut solo release I Just Wanna Dance enter multiple charts as the EP soars in at No. 3 on Billboard‘s World Albums chart as well as No. 10 on the Heatseekers Albums chart, which sees much fewer appearances from K-pop acts.

Additionally, the EP’s title track is No. 10 on the World Digital Songs chart. Meanwhile “What Do I Do,” a standout cut from the release which came in both Korean and English renditions, is at No. 14 on the tally.

The impressive I Just Wanna Dance EP sees Tiffany exploring unexpected sonic and vocal territory with the single moving into a synth-pop sound featuring understated, slinky vocals that burst into impassioned belts and Mariah Carey-esque high notes. Other unexpected pleasantries that indicate the starlet’s versatility as an artist include the slighty trap-y “Talk,” the ’90s-R&B inspired “Yellow Light” along with “Fool” with its slow-burning, impassioned vocal performance

The EP is also a bit of a girl-group collaboration affair with Tiff’s Girls’ Generation band mate Sooyoung writing “What Do I Do” while Nicola Roberts, of British female phenoms Girls Aloud, co-wrote “Talk.”