Ashanti News

  • Cover of Remix Fix: LeMarquis Remixes "Rock Wit U" By Ashanti
    Most of us (contributors and readers alike) remember Ashanti on her A game when we were teenagers also listening to Ja Rule, Missy Elliot, Fat Joe, J. Lo, and other millennium superstars.
  • Cover of Charts Don’t Lie: March 16
    This week we find Rick Ross atop on the Billboard 200 with his sixth studio album proving he's still got it. Mastermind managed to sell more than the projected amount, although he didn't quite reach 180k, he moved 179,215 copies.
  • Cover of Stream Ashanti's New Album "Braveheart"
    It's the time for album streams, so it seems. After receiving one for Pharrell's new album G I R L as well as Rick Ross' Mastermind last night, this morning we've got Ashanti's new album Braveheart for free stream.
  • Cover of New Cover Art & Release Date Revealed For Ashanti's "Braveheart" [Update: Tracklist Revealed]
    While Ashanti has been doing some interviews for Fuse TV this past year, she's also getting back on her music grind. Her new studio album Braveheart has seen some pushbacks, and now it's received a change of cover art, but a release date has finally been set.
  • Cover of Photos Of Ashanti & Rick Ross' Video Shoot For "I Got It" In Miami
     Ashanti has still got it. The R&B singer and her co-star Ricky Rozay were caught getting rather cozy Thursday at The Bank Lounge in downtown Miami while shooting the music video for their collab “I Got It”.
  • Cover of Michelle Obama Releasing Hip Hop-Inspired Album Feat. Iman Shumpert
    In her continuing effort to raise awareness for physical fitness in a battle against childhood obesity, Michelle Obama is releasing a hip hop-inspired album called “Let’s Move.” The album will likely not feature the first Lady spitting on the mic or anything along those lines, but the 19 track project will featu
  • Cover of Ashanti Announces Plans To Work With Ja Rule Again [UPDATE: Ja Rule & Ashanti Spotted In The Studio]
    Ashanti and Ja Rule were each responsible for more than a few early aughts hits, but nothing connected with audiences more than when they collaborated. Neither of the former-Murder Inc. artists have been very present on the charts for the last few years, partly to do with Ja Rule's recent bid in Prison.
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