Tiffany Young Releases Korean Remix Of ‘Runaway’

Tiffany Young has floated into the next chapter of her life with the release of the ethereal, exquisite dreamscape that is the music video for ‘Runaway’.

This release, a Korean remix, features an all-star lineup; with Korean verses and a Korean bridge written with Girls’ Generation member Choi Sooyoung, classical piano arrangements of Asian-American pianist Chloe Flower, and vocals from the legendary Kenneth “Babyface” Edmunds.

Speaking of the collaboration, Tiffany proudly states, “This Remix collaboration is a musical dream for me, and I’m so honoured to have the chance to work with such masterful and legendary musicians.”

The track, perfectly showcasing the best of her vocal ability, is a testament to her past, her present, and her future. Symbolically, the hot air balloon in this cinematic video is used to represent the journey into the next chapter of Tiffany’s life. She further explains; “The second I pulled the chain to fill the balloon with fire and we lifted off the ground, it was the first time I truly felt like I could fly. The hot air balloon represents the journey ahead, and fearlessness needed when flying into the unknown”

The original version of ‘Runaway’ dropped back in February with Tiffany’s first U.S. EP, Lips On Lips. The triumphant mini-album landed a spot on multiple iTunes Charts including a #1 place in 15 Countries, and #1 on the iTunes K-Pop Albums Chart.

If you have not yet seen the sublime Music Video, be sure to check it out below!

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