Not enough is made up of Ashanti‘s contributions to black music and Pop culture as a whole.
Filling a void left by those of her peers who soared in the 90s, the ‘Rain on Me‘ performer dominated the early 00s with a thread of hits which in many ways laid the foundation for a number of her more-celebrated contemporaries to launch their careers from.
Alas, in a world that is just as fickle as it is forgetful, Ashanti often finds herself shunned by the very industry and audiences she has given her art to.
Their latest slight?
Find out below…
The performer was set to storm Stony Brook University’s Back To Brook event this month but learned that the show was cancelled because it had only sold 24 tickets. A far cry from the sold-out shows she recently delivered overseas.
The school shared…
As an organization, we do our best to host programs for students while providing diversity and inclusion. However, we have struggled to execute certain aspects. With a week before the concert, only 24 tickets are sold to students.
The singer, who has sold over 15 million albums worldwide (pure sales) is yet to respond to the startling news.