Tweet blossomed in the early aughts under MissyElliott’s tutelage, releasing two solid soul albums and at least one undisputed hit, the titillating “Oops (Oh My).” But after some things in her personal life and career went sour (a two-timing boyfriend, record label drama), she gave up.
RELATED: #TBT: 'Oops, Oh My' Plus Tweet's Other Hits #TBT: 'Oops, Oh My' Plus Some of Tweet's Other Hits “I didn’t want to sing anymore,” the ageless beauty recalls.
Nope: “I just want to put the album out and let God orchestrate it.
I’ll be fine.” Listen to "Magic," the second song off Tweet's new album.
It was like, come on, this can’t be life,” Keys admitted while sharing the spiritual journey that led her back to recording and yielded her third album (due Friday). R&B is much different than when you last released an album.