Tiffany ‘Tiff’ Lacey /ˈleɪsi/ is an English trance and EDM vocal singer, songwriter, author and painter. She is the vocalist on several electronic music singles. Best known for her international singles with German producer André Tanneberger a.k.a. ATB and for her work with British producer Don Jackson a.k.a. Headstrong, Matt Darey and Cosmic Gate. Lacey is the performer with the highest number of officially released collaborations within the EDM genres so far.
Career as an electronic music guest vocalist
2014 – present: More EDM
In 2014 she released her second single with Polish producer Paul Dave, called “Barefoot In The Dark”, which was released in January on the Polish My Music Group label. In February the album “Inside Me” was released. It includes nine tracks produced by Greek DJ Vierro with five of them featuring lyrics and vocals by Lacey. One of the tracks, “Honesty”, is a duet with fellow singer Cari Golden. In March, “Tears In Rain” with Simon Pitt was released, in a remixed version by ReOrder, on Fraction Records. The single saw Lacey returning to the uplifting trance genre. It was supported by Armin van Buuren on his A State Of Trance show and peaked at #32 on the Beatport Trance Top 100 chart. Further singles of the singer included “A Thousand Pieces” with Iranian producer Farhad Mahdavi, “Endless Sleep” with Maltese Clayton Coleiro a.k.a. Clay C and “Epiphany” – a collaboration with Koishii & Hush, all released in the month of May.
13 April 2014 Lacey released a single with NoMosk, called “The Promise”. The Denis Kenzo remix of the same was played by Armin van Buuren as the opening track on his ASOT #705 show. Later in the same month, Michael Badal’s album “Now That We’re Human” was released on Black Hole Recordings, featuring the track “Fairy Tale” with the singer – a follow-up to “Don’t Be Afraid”, released 8 years prior.
In 2016 the singer collaborated with producer Alex Kunnari on the track “In The Deep”, released on Black Hole Recordings’ sub-label Magik Musik.
After the successful “I See You”, released in 2013, Alex M.O.R.P.H. and Woody van Eyden reunited with Lacey in 2016 for the track “Dreamcatcher”, included on M.O.R.P.H.’s album “Not All Superheroes Wear Capes”.