Just in time for Valentine's Day! Fantasia highlights her love life from the beginning to the present in the intimate music video for "When I Met You."
Last night (Jan. 11), the celebration that took place back in September of the opening of the African American Museum of History and Culture in Washington D.C aired in a special called "Taking The Stage: African American Music And Stories That Changed America."
It's been a lengthy journey for Fantasia Barrino since she won the third season of American Idol (13 years go). With five studio albums under her belt and a slew of achievements, the happily married High Point, North Carolina native is ready to do more with her life and career.
This is the kind of love we all dream about! Fantasia and husband Kendall Taylor continues to strengthen their bond by saying I do, again, on Christmas Day.
In 2016, R&B songs took the lead on various conversations, whether it was politics, social issues, self-esteem quandaries, bullying, relationships, love and more. Veteran artists like Beyonce, Maxwell, John Legend, and Alicia Keys used their star power to convey an abundance of messages and inspiration through song.
2016 was another year of great R&B songs. Veterans like Rihanna, Chris Brown, Beyoncé, and Jeremih continued their hit-making offerings while newcomers like Ro James, Tessanne Chin, and Anderson .Paak gave us beautifully crafted bodies of work covering a variety of topics.
Believe it or not, at the tender age of 32, Fantasia is now a grandma (or should we say, "glam mom")!
Fantasia Debuts Triumphant New Song ‘I Made It’ On ‘GMA’ (Video), Go BTS Of Her Album Cover Photoshoot
This morning, she dropped by "Good Morning America" to debut one of the LP's tracks called "I Made It." It's an uptempo, triumphant Gospel number that declares the arrival of her success. Produced by Tye Tribbett, the song is a meant to get you out of our seat, and it will!
You've heard the eclectic genre-palate of Fantasia's previously-released offerings "No Time For It"," "Ugly," "Sleeping With The One I Love," and "So Blue" among others, now get a whiff of the rest of the song titles the North Carolina-bred powerhouse has been working on
Inspired by the popular show Orange Is The New Black, the video features Fantasia as three fictional women: Brenda, Pauletta and Rox, who have all struggled in love. In this case, it's the prison guard who's playing them all.