Tamia has returned to the music scene with her new album Beautiful Surprise. The Grammy-nominated singer says that it feels good to be back on track with her music. She says that the album was named after the beautiful surprises that she has in her life which are her husband and children. The Huffington Post reports that the album was number one on Urban A/C.
Having a legendary producer like Quincy Jones for one’s debut single is a rare opportunity for most aspiring artists. Luckily for Canadian-bred singer-songwriter Tamia, Jones crafted her 1995 hit “You Put a Move On My Heart,” which became a top ten R&B hit and earned her a Grammy nomination for Best Female R&B Vocal Performance.
Seventeen years later, the 36-year-old singer aims to recapture that chart-topping success with her June release, Beautiful Surprise.
During a candid interview with The Huffington Post, Tamia revealed details behind the album, sustaining her marriage to Grant Hill, her thoughts on the “Basketball Wives” franchise, and her battle with multiple sclerosis.
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