It’s hard to believe that Ashanti’s been in the game for about 15 years now. And even more astonishing, unlike many of her colleagues, Ashanti has been able to weather many storms and continue growing and thriving in the entertainment industry.
When the “Princess of Hip Hop and R&B” stopped by the HipHollywood Loft, she opened up about the longevity of her career and furthermore, spilled a little tea on her Murder Inc. days and how she was able to reconnect with label mate Ja Rule after his incarceration. The quadruple threat (singer, songwriter, actress and now, movie producer) also gave us a few deets on her upcoming new album.
Check out our interview with the former First Lady of Murder Inc. above.
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