On her hot new collaboration, "Without Me," featuring Kelly Rowland and Missy Elliott, the American Idol winner lets it be known that life wouldn't be the same without her crooning, "As hard as you try to hide reality, we know the truth."
Fantasiaâs upcoming album, Side Effects of You, drops on April 23rd, but you can sample the entire album thanks to a compilation in chronological order...
Fantasia continues to push through a strong and admirable promotional tour, leaving no question unanswered in the weeks leading up to the release of her new album, "Side Effects of You."
This Easter Sunday, be sure to tune into the 21st Annual Trumpet Awards to witness notable African-Americans be honored for their achievements and serenaded by a whoâs who of Gospel/R&B vocalists...
JET might have opted out on Fantasia's new look and image, but Sister 2 Sister magazine made her image work on the just revealed April 2013 issue of the magazine.
Fantasia is a single woman and she wants to stay that way following her whirlwind relationship with salesman Antwaun Cook. According to Fantasia, the time has come to focus on herself and let the "good man" find her...
Fantasia goes back to the roaring 20âs in the visual for "Lose to Win" keeping with the soul singerâs new image of old-time glam.
Fantasia had nowhere else to run but to the studio when she was finally ready to reveal some of her deepest trials and struggles. Admitting that her forthcoming album, "Side Effects of You," is her blood, sweat and tears, Fantasia says the music on this album is like ministering to her fans -- people that she calls her family.
When Fantasia's anticipated music video for "Lose To Win" premieres, it is going to be powerful. Not only speaking from the set of the video, but actually sharing clips in a preview, Fantasia broke down in tears because the song means so much to her.
There is more to this story than what meets the eye. Following a week of controversy over the cover image used for the latest issue of JET, the magazine has revealed "American Idol" winner and "Lose To Win" singer Fantasia's eye opening cover story.