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Ashanti Pushes 'Braveheart' Back, Mariah Accused Of Lip Syncing

In some not so surprising news, Ashanti has pushed back the release of her oft-delayed album Braveheart. The album was scheduled to be released on July 30. The album has suffered a series of setback for over a year. Ashanti has treated this album like a major label release even though its an indie album release. It seems that she is not releasing the album until one of her singles pops off. Current single Never Should Have is climbing up the charts and new remixes of the song were sent to radio today.

I didn't wanna believe that this album was going to get pushed back. Ashanti had been doing her media rounds and stating that the album was being released "July 30" so I just knew it was coming. But being that there was no official tracklisting release, then again there was. As quickly as the tracklisting was released, it was pulled from some blog sites. Others kept the tracklisting though it was revealed that the tracklisting wasn't accurate and could change. Aside from that there was no official album cover released. I was informed that the album cover that had been floating around for a year was the actual one.

Braveheart features production from 7, Irv Gotti, LT Hutton(Da Brat), Jerry Wonda(Wyclef Jean), Lil' Ronnie(That's What We Do f/R. Kelly), and Mansur(Never Should Have).

Guest appearances include Future, Meek Mill, French Montana, Keyshia Cole, and R. Kelly.

On a completely different note...Mariah Carey is receiving quite a bit of flack for her performance at Sunday's BET Awards. The singer is being accused of blatantly lip syncing to her hit single #Beautiful.

Lip syncing is something that Mariah is no stranger to. She has been accused of lip syncing in the past. I can't say I ever recall Mariah ever speaking out about it. All her performances so far(of this era) have been lackluster.

Mariah's new untitled album has been pushed back to an unspecified date. Meanwhile you can enjoy all 21 remixes to her current single #Beautiful.
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