While attending NYU, Tiffany Kumar began her career in music when she met Kanye West. She joined his small team while he was recording The College Dropout album. Tiffany went on to become a songwriter and started networking with fellow New York City writers and producers. In 2007, she met Diddy, and he put her on his MTV show 'Making The Band’ to write songs for his artists. After the show, Tiffany signed a publishing deal with Universal Music Publishing.
Discovering a passion to build the careers of new writers, Tiffany took a creative executive role as Vice President at Primary Wave Music Publishing. As a company founded on iconic catalogs, Tiffany was responsible for signing and grooming new writers and producers adding titles from Rihanna, Eminem, and Chris Brown to the repertoire. In 2014, Primary Wave sold their catalogs to BMG and created a joint venture for all new signings moving forward.
Tiffany went on to run creative for 2101 Songs which was owned by multi-Grammy Award winning producer RedOne. RedOne has produced hits for Lady Gaga, Enrique, and Jlo. In 2015, Ole Publishing acquired copyrights from the roster including hit songs from Ariana Grande, Jlo, and Nicki Minaj.
Joining Spotify's team in 2016, Tiffany is currently heading their newly created Songwriter Relations department.