The singer positions her left hand on her exposed waist, striking a pose in a head-turning ensemble consisting of a matching metallic maroon cropped sweater and pencil skirt.
Her hair, a few shades brighter, like a candy apple, is pulled back from her face into a tightly bound updo. Despite the buzzy surroundings, this shoot feels relatively calm compared to your typical celebrity affair.
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She was slated to perform at Stony Brook University for their "Back to the Brook" concert in October 2018, but low ticket sales.The college said in a statement, "As an organization, we do our best to host programs for students while providing diversity and inclusion.Teyana Taylor was originally slated to headline the event, but pulled out two weeks prior, leaving little time for the university to plan around Taylor's exit and to properly market and promote the show with its new star.in November 2017, the performer gave choreographed lap dances during a concert. Well, the people she scolded actually were employees of a local strip club, and they didn't take too kindly to her reaction.Her roles include a spot on Ashanti may not be making it rain, but she appears to be doing just fine, at least judging by her luxurious social media presence. There she is splashing in the surf in the Dominican Republic.
One minute she's kissing a dolphin and the next she's carving her name on a rock in Jamaica.However, we have struggled to execute certain aspects.With only a week before the concert, only 24 tickets were sold to students." In fairness to Ashanti, those shocking numbers may not be entirely her fault."Ashanti and her music have always been about self-empowerment and addressing the issues that are most meaningful to her," the label said in a statement (via After leaving Murder Inc., Ashanti linked up with Entertainment One to launch her own record label called Written Entertainment in 2011.The venture gave the singer an opportunity to flex her entrepreneurial muscles and reimagine her music career. "With e One as my distributor, I feel that their innovative and ambitious approach to the music industry, really gives my label a worldwide presence. Here are some of the real reasons we don't hear much from Ashanti anymore. Records released Ashanti's wildly successful self-titled debut album in 2002. Dubbed a "music powerhouse" by VH1, the label spawned a massive slew of hits, so when it backed Ashanti as its first R&B signee, she made a beeline for the spotlight. 1 on both the Billboard 200 chart and the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. 1 hit to, spending ten weeks at the top of both charts.