Ashanti - The Way That I Love You

Posted 8 years ago
Tags: Ashanti , Club
Producer:
LT Hutton
Album:
The Declaration

When The Inc. signed a distribution deal with Universal Motown in early 2006, the music world awaited new releases from the label’s flagship artists, Ja Rule and Ashanti.  In early 2007 both were supposed to drop their new albums; neither has celebrated a release.  With Rule tentatively set to release The Mirror in March, Ashanti plans to trail close behind and drop her newest offering, The Declaration, soon after.  Since the first two choices (Switch and Hey Baby) for a buzz single didn’t pan out, Ashanti has released her latest try, The Way That I Love You.  With a piano-laced beat that could make Alicia Keys shed a tear, Ashanti does away with the club production and aims for higher ground.  Tune in this spring to find out if - and when - Ashanti will declare her love.

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