The real reason you never hear from Blu Cantrell anymore
Divorce in Song: Blu Cantrell’s “Hit Em Up Style”
Blu Cantrell burst onto the music scene in with the release of her debut album, So Blu , which features the hit song "Hit 'Em Style Oops! After falling out of the spotlight, much of the news about the Rhode Island native turned negative. From a failed reality show attempt on NBC and racy photos from her past resurfacing, to her suffering a minor mental breakdown, the press went from bad to worse. While we wait to see if she will ever stage a true comeback, let's examine the real reasons you never hear from Blu Cantrell anymore. Specifically speaking, Cantrell's not into singers who use the help of electronic systems to stay on key. I refuse to do that.
The song earned Cantrell two Grammy Awards nominations. Tiffany Cobb was born in Providence, Rhode Island. Her mother, Susi Franco, a former "Mrs. Rhode Island", was an actress, and jazz vocalist. She also has French, Scottish, English, and German ancestry.
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