Growing up in Buffalo, NY, singer and songwriter Tiona Deniece developed a love and passion for music, inspired by the Queen City's rich culture.
Following in her mother's footsteps, Tiona grew up singing gospel music in the church choir. This is where Tiona perfected her soulful, melodic sound.
A pivotal moment in Tiona's early career happened in 2001 when she preformed for the swearing-in celebration of Senator Hillary Rodham-Clinton in Madison Square Garden Theatre.
Tiona Deniece has traveled to Los Angeles to write songs with artists like Jennifer Hudson and Amber Riley. She has also worked with well-known music producer Remo the Hitmaker ("Dancin’ on Me" with DJ Webstar), while writing and recording her own material.
Tiona Deniece has delivered strong vocals, working with producers like Brian Kennedy and writing camp Rock City (“If This Isn’t Love” by Jennifer Hudson and “When I Grow Up” by the Pussycat Dolls).
Since moving to Atlanta, Tiona Deniece has done numerous features and R&B performances. Get ready for 'The Girl Next Door' EP coming August 1.