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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.
1 hit with "Foolish" and one as a featured artist on Ja Rule's "Always on Time," both in 2002. 2 hits as a featured artist in 20 with Fat Joe's "What's Luv" and Ja Rule's "Mesmerize," respectively. in 2008, Ashanti resorted to (faux) violence that freaked a lot of people out — and backfired in a big way.
She told the radio program that "so many things that have happened from the last time I put music out, so there are a lot of things to say.
Especially with what's going on in the music industry and just the world, period." She said she's "always written records from the heart," but hinted that some listeners are "gonna be mad" about that honesty.
[I've] been working with so many different people, shooting a lot of things, [and] just trying things differently.
Going outside the box." For fans, this new music has been a long time coming — a fact that's not lost on Ashanti.