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  • - Oh, look.

  • (car horn honks)

  • (overlapping chatter)

  • - Here we go! - Here we go!

  • (woman screams) Here we go!

  • - Oh my god, I'm Tiffany Young.

  • I'm in a new artist, and I'm being featured

  • on the H&M campaign.

  • Tiffany Young. - Okay, cool.

  • - Yeah, I'm a new artist, but--

  • - [Man] Oh really?

  • - From the K-Pop world.

  • ("Teach You" by Tiffany Young)

  • So fun.

  • ♪ I knew when I met you there was trouble in sight

  • Got so wrapped up in all your charm

  • ♪ I miss the girl in your eyes

  • - You may have first met our guest today

  • as a member of the biggest K-Pop girl group of all time,

  • Girls' Generation, she is now a solo artist.

  • Please, let's give a warm Build welcome

  • to Tiffany Young! (audience cheers)

  • - Hi, everyone.

  • Hi, Build, thank you for having me.

  • Hi, Kevin, I'm Tiffany Young for those of you

  • who do know, hi again (laughs).

  • Didn't your mother teach you not to play with fire

  • Caught you red-handed, should've been a better liar

  • ♪ I'll make you burn

  • Like the ashes of your cigarette

  • Didn't your mother teach ya

  • ♪ I'll be the one to teach ya

  • Hi, I'm Tiffany Young.

  • I am 29 years old, I was born and raised in California.

  • Left to South Korea to fulfill my K-Pop dreams at 15.

  • Started in my wonderful band called Girls' Generation

  • in 2007, hi, MTV News, we are--

  • - [Band] Girls' Generation.

  • - We just celebrated a decade together

  • and decided to pursue our solo careers.

  • And my path took me back home.

  • I remember some of my band mates going,

  • "There's only one Girls' Generation,

  • "and there's only one Tiffany from Girls' Generation."

  • Your story is so special.

  • It's amazing, I do feel like I'm building a new story

  • with my fans, as well, here, coming back home.

  • - Tiffany Young, everybody. - Thank you so much

  • for having me! (audience cheers)

  • For everything. - Bye, thank you!

  • - Really? - You killed it.

  • - Aw! - Yeah, it was so good.

  • (crowd cheers)

  • (upbeat music)

  • - Thanks, Astrid. - Yes, thank you!

  • - I was introduced to Korean music in the early 2000's,

  • so I was a late bloomer amongst my friends,

  • but I loved and was obsessed with K-Pop.

  • BoA, specifically, it was so special to me,

  • and it still is right now.

  • It was one thing to listen to radio and things like that,

  • but to have a CD or a tape that you relate to

  • and like identify with because she's Korean

  • and she's also traveling the world to become a musician.

  • It's kind of crazy that it all comes full circle.

  • I think I'm a little slow now that it's the end of the day,

  • but I'm feeling good, I'm feeling good.

  • - [Man] Okay, got you over there.

  • - [Host] How old were you when you went over to South Korea?

  • - 15. - Were you looked at

  • as like an outsider when you first got there or no?

  • - I mean, you could say that. - Yeah.

  • - I came out of nowhere where I was like,

  • "Hi, I'm from California, I wanna be a serious artist."

  • - Yeah, yeah. - I would never take

  • a 15 year old that seriously.

  • It definitely was

  • hard at first.

  • (mellow music)

  • Even the beginning of Girls' Generation.

  • It did take me another two years to read and write

  • and be comfortable. (mellow music)

  • It was a time where you had to be perfect.

  • You had to be great at everything.

  • You had to dress a certain way, speak a certain way.

  • Look a certain way,

  • and for me, I loved.

  • I loved singing and being on stage so much

  • that none of that mattered.

  • You're pushed into this sense of urgency

  • at a certain time in your life.

  • It'll make you or break you, and if you hold on,

  • it makes you, and I'm glad I did.

  • - Perfect. - Thank you.

  • - [Man] Yeah!

  • - Come on in.

  • And here we are in another outfit.

  • Fashion. - We're joining what--

  • - When I came out to Korea, I was like,

  • "I'm gonna take over Asia and the world

  • "just the way BoA did."

  • So they were like, "You're ridiculous,"

  • but I mean, if you're gonna go, go big or go home.

  • When Girls' Generation started, my manager at the time,

  • he was so,

  • so thorough,

  • and I thank him 'til this day.

  • He always said, "You can do this, you get this done,

  • "I will let you sing the song at this radio."

  • And I was just like, "Done.

  • "You let me sing at this radio, I get a solo performance.

  • "I will do anything you want me to do."

  • I will get in all the hours, just to sing that one song

  • that was important to me at the time.

  • Of course, it was hard, of course, there were restrictions

  • and being confined and expectations,

  • but when you want something, you love something,

  • you find a way. - Tiffany!

  • - Woo! - From now on--

  • - [Woman] How have you been?

  • - Girls' Generation! - Generation shout-outs.

  • Yeah. (Tiffany laughs)

  • - Hi!

  • - Remember Annie? - What's that?

  • - The songs I connected with most,

  • my mom would always play Annie Lennox, Madonna,

  • Donna Summer, Whitney Houston, The Divas,

  • and there was a sense of woman power.

  • And me being obsessed with Spice Girls, girl power.

  • Music became really special to me

  • when I lost my mom at 11, 12.

  • I felt better and when I thought nobody else

  • could make me feel better.

  • When I think about it now,

  • the loss for me, I took it out on music.

  • That was where I

  • felt and expressed myself being sad or hurt

  • or broken or lost.

  • My childhood friend, she sent me the photo

  • of the H&M Billboard in Times Square, and she was like,

  • "I'm so proud of you.

  • "I'm so proud that you're doing

  • "everything you said you were."

  • It's been a dream from ever since I was a little girl

  • 'cause I wanted to be an American pop star.

  • Good morning.

  • Another day.

  • Another coffee, another editorial.

  • - All going up? - Is all filled with people?

  • - Here we go. - Oh, hello.

  • (people laugh)

  • Ooh.

  • Do you see what I see?

  • That's all that Harry Potter stuff.

  • (overlapping chatter)

  • But I'm actually Slytherin.

  • (upbeat music)

  • Check me out, right here.

  • This is all mine!

  • I just need to choose.

  • Like this. - What gets you through

  • when you're tired and so exhausted?

  • - My immediate thought was like candy.

  • No (laughs). - Gummy Bears.

  • - Gummy Bears, sweets, caffeine.

  • No, the pride I take in creating

  • and the pride I take in what I've created.

  • And for the fans.

  • I hope I don't sound too cheesy or corny.

  • Your New Artist moments, those come once in a lifetime,

  • and the fact that I get to experience this again

  • after (laughs) 14 years, it feels amazing.

  • So I'm being thankful. (upbeat music)

  • I thought I would never feel this way again.

  • It does feel like falling in love with it all over again.

  • New York City!

  • I have arrived! (upbeat music)

  • Music is music, art is art.

  • If it's true and it's true to you,

  • it always speaks through. (upbeat music)

  • Staying true to that still 'til this day.

  • (upbeat music)

- Oh, look.

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