"Baby" is Angie Stone's new single, which features Betty Wright, and the first off her new album, The Art of Love and War
. Funnyman, Mike Epps and Eva Pigford make cameos in the video as well...
In other Angie Stone news, she tells Essence Magazine about the criticism she received about her relationship with D'Angelo:
The criticism that D’Angelo and I received about our relationship only began once he became successful. What people didn’t realize was that before he became successful there was Angie Stone from the group Vertical Hold — a strong beautiful sister who dated somebody who had not even crossed the threshold of the industry yet. When I was dating him he wore glasses, had short hair and his pants were hanging down to his butt. He was just a 19-year-old kid with big shorts and nobody cared and no one saw his beauty but me. And I told him, “You are beautiful. I promise you when your record drops your lips are gonna become famous, your eyes—everything will become famous. But he couldn’t see it because his self-esteem wasn’t where it is today. He didn’t even have an image and his hair was really short so I braided his hair with thread for his first album cover. It wasn’t until Brown Sugar came out that people actually took a good look at him and said, “You know what? He’s fine.” Then all of a sudden, he’s so fine he shouldn’t be with me. [SOURCE]
Labels: Angie Stone, D'Angelo