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The discography of American R&B and gospel singer Fantasia Barrino, who performs under the mononym Fantasia, consists of five studio albums, fourteen singles, two of which she performs as the featured artist, and eight music videos. At the age of nineteen, she won the third season of American Idol, earning a record deal with 19 Entertainment and J Records. The season's coronation song, "I Believe", debuted at number one on the Billboard Hot 100. It also peaked at number one in Canada, in addition to reaching numbers four and twenty in Australia and New Zealand, respectively.

Later in 2004, she released her debut studio album, Free Yourself, which debuted at number eight on the Billboard 200, and number two on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. It was eventually certified Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America, and as of August 2010, has sold over 1.8 million copies in the US. The album spawned two US R&B top five singles include the title track, and "Truth Is". "Baby Mama" was also released, and charted on the Hot 100, while "It's All Good" and "Ain't Gon' Beg You" were also released. After the release of her debut album, Fantasia also appeared on "Hypothetically", a single from Lyfe Jennings' album, Lyfe 268-192.

Fantasia's self-titled, second studio album, was released in 2006. Although selling 133,000 discs in its first week of availability, the album only managed to peak at number nineteen in the US.[1] However, it did reach number three on the R&B albums chart, and was eventually certified Gold in the US. The album contained the single, "When I See U", which is Fantasia's most successful single to date other than her Idol coronation single. "When I See U" peaked at thirty-two on the Hot 100, and spent eight weeks at number one the US R&B chart. The song was certified Gold in the US, and according to Billboard, ranks at number eight on the 2000s decade-end R&B chart.[2] Fantasia also spawned two other singles: "Hood Boy", featuring rapper Big Boi, and "Only One U". In 2007, Fantasia was also a featured artist on Aretha Franklin's single, "Put You Up on Game".

After a four-year hiatus, Fantasia returned in 2010 with the release of Back to Me, which debuted at number two on the Billboard 200, and became her first album to top the R&B albums chart. Its lead single "Bittersweet" reached number seven on the US R&B chart. The album also spawned the single "I'm Doin' Me", which has peaked in the top twenty of the US R&B chart.

Fantasia released her fourth studio album, Side Effects of You, on April 23, 2013, which debuted at number two on the Billboard 200 and number one on the R&B albums chart.[3] The album is Fantasia's first release on RCA Records after her previous record label J Records dissolved in 2011. The album was preceded by the singles "Lose to Win" on January 8 and "Without Me" on April 17, 2013. "Without Me" debuted at number 74 on the Billboard Hot 100.

As of March 2018, Fantasia had sold more than three million albums in the United States.[4]

Albums

Studio albums

List of albums, with selected chart positions, sales figures and certifications Title Album details Peak Certifications Sales US
[5] US
R&B HH
[6] US
R&B
[7] Free Yourself
  • Released: November 23, 2004
  • Label: J
  • Format: CD, digital download
8 2
  • RIAA: Platinum[8]
  • US: 1,839,000[9]
Fantasia
  • Released: December 12, 2006
  • Label: J
  • Format: CD, digital download
19 3
  • RIAA: Gold[8]
  • US: 530,000[10]
Back to Me
  • Released: August 24, 2010
  • Label: J
  • Format: CD, digital download
2 1
  • US: 490,000[11]
Side Effects of You
  • Released: April 23, 2013
  • Label: RCA
  • Format: CD, digital download
2 1 1
  • US: 300,000[12]
The Definition Of...
  • Released: July 29, 2016
  • Label: RCA
  • Format: CD, digital download
6 2 1
  • US: 32,000[13]
Christmas After Midnight
  • Released: October 6, 2017
  • Label: Concord
  • Format: CD, digital download
193 23 Sketchbook
  • Released: October 11, 2019
  • Label: Rock Soul, BMG
  • Format: CD, digital download
62 33 5

Singles

As lead artist

List of singles, with selected chart positions and certifications, showing year released and album name Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album US
[14] US
R&B/HH
[15] US
R&B/HH Airplay
[16] US
Adult
R&B
[17] AUS
[18] CAN
[14] JPN
[19] NZ
[18] "I Believe" 2004 1 12 67 22 4 1 20
  • MC: 2? Platinum[20]
non-album single "Truth Is" 21 2 2 1 Free Yourself "Baby Mama" 2005 60 16 16 24 "Free Yourself" 41 3 2 1 "It's All Good"[21] "Ain't Gon' Beg You"[22] 37 37 27 "Hood Boy"
(featuring Big Boi) 2006 103 21 21 29 Fantasia "When I See U" 2007 32 1 1 2
  • RIAA: Gold[8]
"Only One U" 36 36 19 "Bittersweet" 2010 74 7 7 1 66 Back to Me "I'm Doin' Me" 101 11 11 3 "Collard Greens & Cornbread" 2011 47 47 9 "Lose to Win" 2013 102 38 19 3 Side Effects of You "Without Me"
(featuring Kelly Rowland & Missy Elliott) 74 26 6 2 "Side Effects of You" 19 "No Time for It" 2016 28 6 The Definition Of... "Sleeping with the One I Love" 37 7 "When I Met You"[23] 2017 18 "Enough"[24] 2019 16 2 Sketchbook "PTSD" (featuring T-Pain)[25] 21

As featured artist

List of singles, with selected chart positions and certifications, showing year released and album name Title Year Peak chart positions Album US
R&B
[26][27] "Hypothetically"
(Lyfe Jennings featuring Fantasia Barrino) 2006 38 Lyfe 268-192 "Put You Up on Game"
(Aretha Franklin Duet Fantasia Barrino) 2007 41 Jewels in the Crown: All-Star Duets with the Queen "If We Had Your Eyes"
(Michelle Williams featuring Fantasia) 2013 Journey to Freedom "Love & Sex"
(Joe featuring Fantasia Barrino) Doubleback: Evolution of R&B

Album appearances

List of songs in which Fantasia performs as a lead or featured artist, showing year released, album, and other artists Song Year Album Other artist(s) "Til My Baby Comes Home" 2005 So Amazing: An All-Star Tribute to Luther Vandross[28] Fantasia "4 My Man" The Cookbook[29] Missy Elliott "Blame It on the Rain" 2006 Overnight Sensational[30] Sam Moore "I Wish" Happy Feet: Music from the Motion Picture[31] Yolanda Adams, Patti LaBelle "Endow Me" Grateful[32] Coko, Faith Evans, Lil Mo "I'm His Only Woman" 2008 Jennifer Hudson[33] Jennifer Hudson "I Wanna Be Your Man" 2010 Just Charlie[34] Charlie Wilson "Hood" 2012 N/A Ricco Barrino "True Colors" R&B Divas Faith Evans, Kelly Price "Sky Is the Limit" 2013 Becoming King[35] Los "Love & Sex" 2013 Double Back: Evolution of R&B Joe "In the Middle of the Night" 2013 Lee Daniels' the Butler Original Motion Picture Soundtrack N/A "What Christmas Means to Me" 2013 The Best Man Holiday Original Motion Picture Soundtrack "Medley: "O Come All Ye Faithful"/"Angels We Have Heard on High"/"Hark! The Herald Angels Sing" 2014 The 25th of December Dave Koz

Music videos

List of music videos, showing year released and director Title Year Director "Truth Is" 2005 Diane Martel[36] "Free Yourself" Lenny Bass[37] "Hood Boy" 2006 Ray Kay[38] "When I See U" 2007 Lenny Bass[39][40] "Bittersweet" 2010 "I'm Doin' Me" Benny Boom[41] "Lose to Win" 2013 Steven Gomillion and Dennis Leupold "Without Me"

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Fantasia BarrinoFantasia Barrino.jpgBarrino in The American Idol Experience motorcade at Walt Disney World in February 2009.BornFantasia Monique Barrino
June 30, 1984
High Point, North Carolina, United StatesOccupation
  • Singer
  • songwriter
  • actress
  • author
Yearsactive2004presentMusical careerGenres
  • Pop
  • R&B
  • soul
  • hip hop soul
  • gospel
InstrumentsVocalsLabels
  • J
  • 19
  • RCA
  • Concord
  • Rock Soul Inc.
Associated acts
  • Faith Evans
  • Missy Elliott
Websitefantasiaofficial.com

Fantasia Monique Barrino-Taylor (born June 30, 1984),[1] known professionally by her mononym Fantasia, is an American R&B singer, songwriter, actress and author. She rose to fame as the winner of the third season of the reality television series American Idol in 2004. Following her victory, she released her debut single, "I Believe," which debuted at number one on the Billboard Hot 100. Subsequently, she released her debut album, Free Yourself, which went on to be certified Platinum by the RIAA and earned Barrino three Grammy nominations in 2006.

In 2006, she released her second album, Fantasia, which featured the single "When I See U" which topped the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart for eight weeks. This album was certified Gold by the RIAA and received three Grammy nominations in 2008. She then played the part of Celie in the Broadway musical The Color Purple, for which she won a 2007 Theatre World Award. Her third studio album, Back to Me, was released worldwide on August 24, 2010 and features the single "Bittersweet," which peaked in the top ten on the R&B chart. The single won her a Grammy for Best Female R&B Vocal Performance. As of February 2012, Barrino has sold 2,842,000 albums and 1,425,000 tracks in the United States.[2] In 2012, VH1 ranked her number 32 out of the 100 Greatest Women in Music.

On April 18, 2013, Barrino returned to American Idol singing "Lose to Win." The performance dubbed "dynamic, passionate and powerful" won her fervent expressions of approval from the show's current judges and a wild ovation from the live audience. Moreover, she has received rave reviews in the media for the performance.[3][4] In November 2013, Barrino returned to Broadway in the musical After Midnight.[5] On October 16, 2014, she was inducted into the North Carolina Music Hall of Fame.

Barrino has been nicknamed "Baby Patti LaBelle" by her idol Patti LaBelle.[6]

Early life

Barrino was born to Diane and Joseph Barrino and raised in High Point, North Carolina. She began singing at the age of five. R&B duo K-Ci & JoJo are her first cousins.[7] Her uncles, The Barrino Brothers, were a 1970s R&B band.

Despite the travels, she attended Andrews High School in High Point, North Carolina. Feeling embarrassed and harassed after she was raped by a classmate,[8] she dropped out of high school. She became pregnant at 16, and on August 8, 2001 she gave birth to her daughter, Zion Quari Barrino, with her ex-boyfriend, Brandel Shouse.[9]

Career

200405: American Idol and Free Yourself

Barrino's show was a staging of the Porgy and Bess standard "Summertime" that left her in tears from "feeling the song" and earned praise from the judges and was named amongst the AOL's 2004 list of greatest television moments.[10]

For the final performance of the season, Barrino offered a second performance of "Summertime" that again drew praise from the judges; Simon Cowell remarked that she was the best contestant to ever compete in any competition, including the more than seventy Idol champions crowned nationally and internationally since the show began its first global incarnations. On the finale, over 65 million votes were cast to determine the winner on May 26, 2004, up from 24million in 2003.[11] Barrino defeated runner-up Diana DeGarmo by 1.3million votes.[12] At age 19, she was the youngest American Idol winner until May 23, 2007, when then 17-year-old Jordin Sparks won the title.

Barrino participated in the U.S. tour with the other American Idol finalists and appeared in the 2004 Christmas special, Kelly, Ruben and Fantasia: Home For the Holidays as well.

Barrino's brother auditioned for the eighth season of American idol but failed to make it to the Hollywood round.[13]

Performances

Week Theme Song Artist Order Sung Status Semi-finals Semi-final Group 1 "Something to Talk About" Bonnie Raitt 8 Advanced Top 12 Soul music Week "Signed, Sealed, Delivered I'm Yours Stevie Wonder 6 Safe Top 11 Country music Week "Always on My Mind" Willie Nelson 3 Safe Top 10 Motown Week "I Heard It Through the Grapevine" Marvin Gaye 9 Safe Top 9 Elton John "Something About the Way You Look Tonight" Elton John 1 Safe Top 8 Cinema "Summertime" Abbie Mitchell 5 Safe Top 7 Barry Manilow "It's a Miracle" Barry Manilow 7 Bottom 2 Top 6 Gloria Estefan "Get on Your Feet" Gloria Estefan 1 Safe Top 5 Big Band "Crazy Little Thing Called Love"
"What Are You Doing the Rest of Your Life?" Queen
Barbra Streisand 5
10 Safe Top 4 Disco "Knock on Wood"
"Holding Out for a Hero" Eddie Floyd
Bonnie Tyler 3
7 Bottom 21 Top 3 Idol's Choice
Judges' Choice
Clive Davis's Choice "Chain of Fools"
"A Fool in Love"
"Greatest Love of All" Aretha Franklin
Ike & Tina Turner
George Benson 2
4
6 Safe Finale Contestant's Choice "All My Life"
"Summertime"
"I Believe" K-Ci & JoJo
Abbie Mitchell
Fantasia (Idol Single) 2
4
6 Winner
  • ^Note 1: When Ryan Seacrest announced the results in the particular night, Barrino was in the bottom two, but declared safe when LaToya London was eliminated.

After winning American Idol, Barrino signed to J Records with 19 Entertainment and began work on her debut album. In June 2004, she released her debut single, "I Believe", which later debuted at number one on the Billboard Hot 100. This number-one debut made Barrino the first artist in history to achieve this with a first single.[1] On the sales chart, the single spent eleven consecutive weeks at number one, giving it the longest consecutive stay on top of that chart for an American Idol contestant. The CD single, "I Believe", went on to become the top selling single of 2004 in the U.S., and has since been certified double platinum by the CRIA. She also won three Billboard Music Awards for the single.

Barrino released her debut studio album, Free Yourself, in November 2004. It debuted at number eight on the Billboard 200, selling 240,000 copies in its first week. To date, it has sold over two million copies worldwide, and was certified Platinum in the U.S. The singles "Truth Is" and "Free Yourself" became R&B hits, reaching number two and number three respectively on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs, while the controversial "Baby Mama"which critics accused of romanticizing single motherhood[14]reached the top twenty. Barrino did even better on the Billboard Hot Adult R&B Airplay, where she was the first artist of any kind to simultaneously hold the top two spots of the top three,[15] and "Truth Is" spent 14 weeks at the number one position. Barrino was named the number-one artist of the Adult Urban Contemporary format for 2005 according to the December 13, 2005 issue of Billboard magazine.

Through the spring and winter of 2005, Barrino made many television appearances to promote her album. She played Aretha Franklin in an episode of the series American Dreams, singing "Respect", guest voiced on The Simpsons episode "A Star Is Torn", and guest starred as herself in a cameo role on the sitcom All of Us. She appeared three times as a musical guest on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. On March 25, 2005, Barrino performed at the thirty-sixth NAACP Image Awards in honor of Illinois Senator Barack Obama after winning the award for Outstanding Female Artist. In May 2005, Barrino went on her first tour with her own live band, with soul singers Kem and Rashaan Patterson. She also appeared as a headliner at several music festivals including the Saint Lucia Jazz Festival and the Reggae Sumfest in Jamaica. In October 2005, she received good notices as an opening act for Kanye West's Touch the Sky Tour.[16]

200607: Fantasia, acting debut and Broadway

In 2006, Barrino was nominated for three Grammy Awards for her debut album. Though she did not win any awards, she performed at the 48th annual telecast with several artists including Aerosmith, Joss Stone, John Legend, Maroon 5, and Ciara in an all-star tribute to Sly and the Family Stone during the Grammy Award show.

In August 2006, Barrino played herself in a Lifetime Television film based on her autobiography Life Is Not a Fairy Tale. The film was directed by Debbie Allen and debuted on the women's cable network on August 19, 2006. The movie received nineteen million viewers throughout its debut weekend. The Fantasia Barrino Story: Life is Not a Fairy Tale has also become Lifetime's second most viewed program of all time.[17]

Barrino had many musical collaborations during the fall of 2006 including a remake of The Clark Sisters' "Endow Me" which featured Faith Evans, Lil' Mo, and Coko of SWV, a remake of Stevie Wonder's 1976 song "I Wish" with Patti LaBelle and Yolanda Adams for the soundtrack to the 2006 computer-animated film Happy Feet, and most notably her duet with Aretha Franklin which was recorded at that time and later released in 2007.

She released her self-titled second effort, Fantasia, on December 12, 2006. The album involved production by Missy Elliott, Swizz Beatz, Babyface, Diane Warren, and others, and has since spawned the singles "Hood Boy" produced by Tone Mason, "When I See U", and "Only One U" and went on to be certified gold.[18]

"When I See You" became her first single to top the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, remaining at the number one spot for eight consecutive weeks. The single stayed on the chart for over a year and was named number eight on the Billboard Best of The 2000s R&B/Hip-Hop Songs.[19]

In February 2007, Barrino appeared and performed on American Idol, and announced that she would be starring in the lead role of Celie in the Broadway musical The Color Purple, the hit musical based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning 1982 novel of the same name by Alice Walker. After appearing on American Idol and The Oprah Winfrey Show, the musical received a boost of over two million in pre-ticket sales in one week. Leading up to her first performance on April 10, 2007 the play garnered a total of 6.5million in pre-ticket sales.

While playing the role, Barrino earned rave reviews for her performance. New York Post critic Clive Barnes said, "... there is some elemental quality to Barrino that is either greatness or something close to it." Upon her warm welcome to the stage Barrino was asked to perform at the 2007 Tony Awards in a tribute to Atlanta's Alliance Theater in which The Color Purple got its start. In recognition of an outstanding stage debut performance, Barrino was given the Theatre World Award and the Best Replacement Star Broadway.com Award. Barrino was initially scheduled for a limited six-month engagement ending in October 2007 but had her run extended until January 6, 2008. The Color Purple box office saw a thirty-four-million-dollar jump in sales since Barrino started in the show, a third of the play's 100 million dollar earning since its debut in 2005. The New York Post reported that Barrino missed nearly fifty performances in the show, causing the producers to give back tens of thousands of dollars in refunds.[20] In the September 2008 issue of Sister 2 Sister magazine, Barrino revealed that the reason for her absences in The Color Purple was because of the development of a cyst on her vocal cords. She was ordered to immediately undergo surgery which later revealed that she in fact had a tumor on her vocal cords. She now reports that after a successful surgery, the tumor was completely removed and she is now well.[21]

200810: Back to Me and Fantasia for Real

Barrino received two Grammy nominations for her sophomore release, Fantasia and subsequently began work on her third studio album in 2008. She stated on the red carpet of the 2008 Grammy Awards that the style of the new album would be a blending of the avenues she has touched musically, which include American Idol and Broadway. She also revealed that she would be writing some of the album's songs and would collaborate again with Missy Elliott, The Underdogs, and Midi Mafia, who produced one of her biggest hits, "When I See U".

Midi Mafia produced the majority of Barrino'a third studio album.[22] Also, hip hop duo Rock City were confirmed to be writing for the new project. At the time, they had recorded four songs together. She also worked with songwriter-producer Rich King which spawned two songs for her third release. KP, Eric Hudson and Raphael Saadiq are a few people that also became involved on the project. Barrino confirmed that about 75 percent of the album was complete by mid-2009, and that fans should've expected a new single by the fall of 2009, with the album due to be released in early 2010. This was later delayed, and while recording her new album, Barrino decided to do a great deal of it the "old fashioned way," inviting a live orchestra to record in the studio with her.[23]

Barrino was then cast by Oprah Winfrey as Celie in the film adaptation of The Color Purple musical, which began production after the release of her third album, as Barrino confirmed to MTV News on March 5, 2008.[24]

In June 2008, Barrino parted ways with 19 Entertainment, but remained with 19 Recordings and J Records. She said that after the release of her third album, she plans to release a gospel album.[25] She performed with her mother, Diane Barrino, in a Thanksgiving special on BET's Bobby Jones Gospel. Barrino also appeared on Jennifer Hudson's self-titled album, on the song "I'm His Only Woman", which was nominated for a 2009 Grammy Award, though it did not win.

Barrino reprised the role of Celie in the national tour of The Color Purple during its Washington D.C., Chicago, Atlanta, and Los Angeles stops.[26]

Barrino also stars in a reality show produced by World of Wonder. Titled Fantasia for Real, it premiered on January 11, 2010, on VH1 to rave reviews and ratings.[27] The show's first season ended in July 2010 with its second began on September 19, 2010.

"Even Angels", a song from Barrino's third studio album, produced by The Stereotypes and written by Heather Bright, was never released to radio . She performed the song on The Oprah Winfrey Show on February 3, 2010.[28] The album's first official single, "Bittersweet", was released on May 11, 2010 and has gone on to reach number seven on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart as well as number seventy-four on the Billboard Hot 100.[29]

Barrino's third studio album, Back to Me, was released on August 24, 2010.[30] Barrino cited Tina Turner, Queen and Aretha Franklin as influences, and like musicians she admired from their era, she recorded with a live band.[31] The album has been promoted by appearances on Good Morning America and The Wendy Williams Show among others. On March 28, 2010, Barrino also performed "America the Beautiful" at WWE WrestleMania XXVI. To promote the album, Barrino embarked on her first solo concert tour, Back to Me Tour in the fall of 2010.[32]

Barrino appeared on Charlie Wilson's album Just Charlie, on "I Want to Be Your Man."

In the summer of 2010, she appeared as a guest judge alongside Wayne Brady, on episode 11, of RuPaul's Drag Race.

201113: Grammy Award, return to acting and Side Effects of You

On February 13, 2011, Barrino won her first Grammy Award for Best Female R&B Vocal Performance for "Bittersweet".

In 2011, Barrino was cast in her first film role, playing gospel singer Mahalia Jackson in a biographical film based on the 1993 book Got to Tell It: Mahalia Jackson, Queen of Gospel.[33] It was later reported that the film was fully endorsed by the Mahalia Jackson estate. Barrino also would receive not only the top salary in the project but a percentage of the box office revenue the film creates. Production was originally planned to begin in October 2011 in New Orleans and Chicago with a release date of late 2012 and a premiere at the Cannes Film Festival.[34] In August 2011, organizers of the International Hair Show in Atlanta, Georgia, said medical conditions requiring bed rest had forced Barrino to cancel her scheduled performance there.[35] Double Dutch Productions LLC, the production company behind Mahalia!, released a statement saying it "extends apologies to Barrino for the inaccurate, non-factual and disparaging statements of Ms. Barrino's reputation, character and image."[36]

In 2011, Aretha Franklin expressed interest in having Barrino play her in a planned biographical movie.[37]

On October 7, RCA Music Group announced it was disbanding J Records along with Arista Records and Jive Records. With the shutdown, Barrino (and all other artists previously signed to these three labels) will release her future material on the RCA Records brand.[38][39]

On February 13, 2012, VH1 named Barrino 32nd out of the 100 Greatest Women in Music.[40]

Barrino was featured on a cover version of Cyndi Lauper's "True Colors" with Kelly Price and Faith Evans from Evans' compilation album R&B Divas, which was released on October 2, 2012.

On December 19, 2012, Barrino premiered her new single, "Lose to Win". During an interview on Steve Harvey's morning radio show, Barrino revealed that the album's release date would be March 13, 2013. However, on February 28, 2013, via her Facebook page, Barrino announced that her album would be released on April 23, 2013. The album was available for pre-order on March 19, 2013.

On April 19, 2013, Barrino revealed that her next single would be "Without Me," featuring Kelly Rowland and Missy Elliott.[41]

In June 2013, Barrino embarked on a five-date tour with Andrea Bocelli.[42] In an interview on Today in that same month, she revealed that she will return to Broadway in October 2013.

Barrino starred in the musical revue After Midnight which opened on Broadway on November 3, 2013, with previews beginning on October 18 at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre. Her role ended on February 9, 2014. She had received rave reviews from critics for her performance. New York Post wrote "... although I admired Ms. Barrino's heartfelt performance in "The Color Purple," I was surprised at how smoothly and intuitively she slid into the vocal persona of a jazz singer."[43] Barrino was the first of a rotating roster of special guest stars that also included k.d. lang, Toni Braxton and Babyface. On March 20, 2014, it was announced that Barrino will return to the production for a second stint for four weeks, beginning on May 13 through June 8.[44] Barrino performed alongside the cast and Patti LaBelle and Gladys Knight at the 68th Tony Awards.

In August 2013, Barrino co-wrote and recorded the theme song "In the Middle of the Night" for The Butler.

20142017: The Definition Of... and Christmas After Midnight

Barrino performing in Cincinnati, February 2017

On October 16, 2014, Barrino was inducted into the North Carolina Music Hall of Fame. Barrino appeared on Dave Koz's new Christmas album, December 25, which consisted of a collection of Christmas-themed duets. The album was released on September 30, 2014. In November 2014, Barrino teamed up with former Destiny's Child member Michelle Williams on the remix of Williams' "If We Had Your Eyes". In November, Barrino announced that she had started work on her next album. She posted a short clip of her and R. Kelly in the studio on her official Instagram account.[45] "No Time for It," the first single from the album, was released on January 7, 2016.[46] Barrino is working with music executive and producer Ron Fair.[47]

Barrino toured with Anthony Hamilton beginning on April 21, 2016, in Buffalo, New York.[48] The Definition Of... was released in the United States on July 29, 2016 and debuted at number six on the Billboard 200 Chart, selling 32,000 units[49] The album also topped that week's Billboard R&B Albums Chart[50] and was No. 2 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Album's chart[51] making it Barrino's fourth top ten album. The new album featured two top 10 singles on the Adult R&B Songs airplay chart: "No Time For It," which peaked at number six, and "Sleeping with the One I Love," which peaked at number 9.[52]

After parting ways with longtime label home RCA Records, Barrino released Christmas After Midnight on October 6, 2017 via Concord.[53] She promoted the album by embarking on the Christmas After Midnight Tour.[54]

2018present: Sketchbook

On August 31, 2018, Barrino performed at Aretha Franklin's funeral.[55]

On February 10, 2019, she paid the tribute to Aretha Franklin at the 2019 Grammy Awards, alongside Andra Day and Yolanda Adams.[56] And again at Aretha! A Grammy Celebration for the Queen of Soul, which was hosted by filmmaker Tyler Perry.[57] Barrino was also a performer at Motown 60: A Grammy Celebration, which took place on April 21, 2019. She paid tribute to Mary Wells, singing "My Guy".[58]

On March 9, 2019, Barrino revealed via her official Instagram account that her upcoming sixth studio album, Sketchbook, is complete and will feature 14 tracks.[59] Barrino revealed that the album will include features from Meghan Trainor, T-Pain, T.I., Jazmine Sullivan and Brandy.[60] The album's first single, "Enough" was released on May 3, 2019.[61] The single peaked at number nine on the Billboard Adult R&B Songs chart .[62] This marks her twelfth top ten hit on the chart.

During an interview, Barrino revealed that she has a forthcoming film role, but doesn't goes into further details about it.[63]

On September 11, 2019, Barrino confirmed that her collaboration with Brandy and Jazmine Sullivan would not appear on Sketchbook.[64]

Personal life

In September 2005, Barrino published a memoir, dictated to a freelance writer, titled Life Is Not a Fairy Tale. In it, she revealed she was functionally illiterate and was unable to read the text of contracts she signed or to read to her then four-year-old daughter.[65] In 2006, following the release of her autobiography, Barrino's father sued her for $10million after she said unflattering things about him in the book that he claimed were false.[66]

On December 9, 2008, Barrino's 6,600-square-foot (610m2), lakefront home in Charlotte's Glynmoor Lakes at Piper Glen community was in foreclosure and would be up for auction. Her 4,500-square-foot (420m2) home, also in Piper Glen, is unaffected.[67][68] The home was due to be auctioned in January 2009 by the Mecklenburg County Sheriff's Office after the company Broward Energy Partners, which had paid over $68,000 of her taxes in 2006, said it had not been fully repaid. The auction earnings were to be used to finish reimbursing the company for the loan,[69] on which Barrino had paid back $10,000.[70] The auction was canceled after Barrino's attorneys and the lender reached an "eleventh-hour deal", the details of which were not disclosed.[70]

An August 2010 divorce filing in Mecklenburg County District Court alleges that Barrino had a year-long relationship with Antwaun Cook, who was married, bringing up the subject of alienation of affection laws in North Carolina.[71] Barrino claimed the two began dating after Cook and his wife separated.[72]

On August 9, 2010, Barrino was hospitalized in Pineville, North Carolina,[73] due to overdosing on aspirin and an unknown sleep aid. Dickens said, "'Her injuries are not life threatening ... she was dehydrated and exhausted at the time."[74] The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department classified the incident as a suicide attempt.[74] In transcript segments released the day before an August 24, 2010, interview on the VH1 series Behind the Music, Barrino confirmed the incident was a suicide attempt, saying, "I didn't care about anything. I just wanted out. At that moment I wanted out. I wanted it to be over with...."[75] Barrino denied rumors that the incident was a publicity stunt.[72]

Afterward, Barrino said, "Music saved me. When I went in the hospital, I went into the computer room, and I looked up artists who've been through things, artists who sing from their soul. I took my cues from them, and I just put my mind and everything into music."[31] She also relied on her family, something she had not done earlier in her career.[31] Barrino testified in court that she aborted her and Cook's fetus around the time of her suicide attempt.[76]

In late August 2010, the ex-wife of Antwaun Cook, Paula Cook, accused Barrino of knowingly pursuing a relationship with her husband despite knowledge of their existing marriage. In December 2010, a North Carolina judge ruled in Barrino's favor, stating the Cooks' separation date was September 14, 2009, and not June 2010 as Paula previously claimed.[77]

On August 1, 2011, Barrino announced a second pregnancy during a charity concert event in Jacksonville, Florida. She did not reveal the name of the father.[78] On September 13, 2011 it was confirmed that the singer would be having a boy. On December 13, 2011, she gave birth to a son, Dallas Xavier Barrino.[79] On July 18, 2015, she married Kendall Taylor,[80][81] a businessman.[82]

She dated former NFL player Michael Clayton, who was at the time playing for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.[83] From 2008 to 2009, Barrino dated rapper Young Dro.[84]

In 2019, Barrino came under fire when, in an interview with The Breakfast Club, she claimed that women were not to lead their household and that the reason so many women were single is because they're trying to be the leader of a relationship, a position that should fall to the man, calling it a "generational curse" and saying women should submit to their male partners.[85][86][87]

Artistry

Voice

Barrino's voice has been described as raspy, gritty and soulful.[88]

Influences

Barrino has said from childhood she has been influenced by soul singers Aretha Franklin, Patti LaBelle, Chaka Khan and Tina Turner, as well as jazz singers Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, Cab Calloway and Nina Simone. Barrino has drawn many comparisons to her idols. LaBelle affectionately calls Barrino "baby Patti." "[Fantasia's] just a baby me...when you see yourself in someone else, you say, 'God I'm 70, she's 30,' so she's like the Patti Labelle from back in the day and everything and she's so raw," LaBelle stated in an interview.[89] She always credit her church upbringing and cites The Clark Sisters as one of her influences. Barrino is also an admirer of rock music and was influenced by Queen and Elton John. Her fourth album, Side Effects of You introduced a new and much edgier rock-inspired sound which she coined as 'rock soul'. During an interview with Billboard.com, Barrino has stated that she would like to go in more of a rock direction for her fifth studio album. "This whole rock soul direction has been on my heart. I'll always be soulful: I started singing in the church at the age of five. So that will never go anywhere. But there's a certain side of me that wants to tap into that whole rock world. It's hard to come from R&B to that. But it's something I believe in and will fight for," Barrino said in the interview.[90]

Genres and songwriting

Barrino's music is mostly contemporary R&B, heavily rooted in soul music and gospel music. Her lyrics speak of love, pain and resilience.[91] She also incorporates pop, funk, reggae and hip hop into her music. Side Effects of You demonstrated the versatility of Barrino's voice. Barrino introduced a new and much edgier rock-inspired sound which she coined as 'rock soul'. Gerrick D. Kennedy from the Los Angeles Times praised the album as "sumptuous contemporary R&B dipped in vintage rock and soul".[92] Andy Kellman from Allmusic called it "her finest album yet".[1] Barrino further showcased her versatility and expanded her range while starring in Broadway musicals The Color Purple and After Midnight, as well as her mini-tour with Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli.

Barrino has received songwriting credits on Side Effects of You. She wrote majority of the tracks along with Sevyn Streeter, Emeli Sande, Andrea Martin, Al Sherrod Lambert and many others. Aside from her own project, Barrino co-wrote the theme song to the movie The Butler entitled "In the Middle of the Night", which she also performed, as well as a song called "In the Middle" for American Idol twelfth season winner Candice Glover's debut album, Music Speaks.

Legacy

Since winning American Idol in 2004, Barrino has sold over three million records and won numerous awards and accolades, including a Grammy Award, three Billboard Awards, three NAACP Image Awards and two ASCAP Awards. Her first single, "I Believe" topped the Billboard Hot 100 at number-one, making Barrino the first artist in history to achieve this with a first single.[1] I Believe remained at number-one for eleven consecutive weeks, giving it the longest consecutive stay on top of that chart for an American Idol contestant. In 2005, Barrino was named the number-one artist of the Adult Urban Contemporary format, according to the December 13, 2005 issue of Billboard magazine. In 2012, VH1 ranked her number 32 out of the 100 Greatest Women in Music.[40] Barrino was the first artist of any kind to simultaneously hold the top two spots of the top three on the Billboard Hot Adult R&B Airplay.[15] Her song, "Truth Is" spent fourteen weeks at the number-one position. Barrino's American Idol performance of the Porgy and Bess standard "Summertime" was named amongst the AOL's 2004 list of greatest television moments.[10]

Over the course of her career, Barrino has inspired other artists, including American Idol season eleven contestant Joshua Ledet who was dubbed "Mantasia" by fans, the media and even Barrino herself. Actress Amber Riley revealed her admiration for Barrino in an interview on The Arsenio Hall Show and cited her as an "inspiration."

In 2017, filmmaker Tyler Perry referred to Barrino as one of the greatest singers of all time during Barrino's concert in Atlanta.[93]

Discography

Main article: Fantasia Barrino discography
  • Free Yourself (2004)
  • Fantasia (2006)
  • Back to Me (2010)
  • Side Effects of You (2013)
  • The Definition of... (2016)
  • Christmas After Midnight (2017)
  • Sketchbook (2019)

Filmography

Films

Year Title Role Notes 2006 The Fantasia Barrino Story: Life is Not a Fairy Tale Herself Television film
Nominated for NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actress in a Television Movie, Mini-Series or Dramatic Special

Broadway

Year Title Role 2007 The Color Purple Celie 20132014 After Midnight Special guest star

Television

Year Title Role Notes 2004 American Idol Contestant/Winner has made numerous musical guest appearances on seasons afterward 2004 American Dreams Aretha Franklin 1 episode
performed "Respect" 2005 The Simpsons Clarissa Wellington 1 episode: "A Star is Torn" 2005 All of Us Herself 1 episode 2007 An Evening of Stars: Tribute to Aretha Franklin Herself tribute performer
performed "Rock Steady" and "Baby I Love You" 2009 An Evening of Stars: Tribute to Patti LaBelle Herself tribute performer
performed "Lady Marmalade" and "Somebody Loves You Baby (You Know Who It Is)" 2009 Soul Train Awards Herself tribute to Chaka Khan; performed "Tell Me Something Good" 2010 Fantasia for Real Herself 2010 Wrestlemania 26 Herself Performed America the Beautiful 2010 Black Girls Rock! Herself Performed A Brand New Day and I'm Every Woman 2011 An Evening of Stars: Tribute to Chaka Khan Herself tribute performer
performed "Tell Me Something Good" 2011 RuPaul's Drag Race Herself Celebrity Guest Judge on Season 3 2013 Centric Live: Fantasia at the Filmore Herself 2014 Celebrities Undercover Herself 1 episode 2016 The BET Honors Herself Tribute to Patti LaBelle The Definition Of... Fantasia Herself Televised Concert Joyful Noise Herself Performed "Necessary" and "I Made It" (with Tye Tribbett)

Bibliography

  • Life Is Not a Fairy Tale[94] (2005)

Tours

Headlining
  • 201011: Back to Me Tour
  • 2013: Side Effects of You Tour
  • 2016: The Definition Of... Tour
  • 2017: Christmas After Midnight Tour
  • 2019: The Sketchbook Tour
Co-headlining
  • 2004: American Idols LIVE! Tour 2004 (with the Top 10 finalist of American Idol 2004)
  • 2005: Find Your Way Tour (with Kem and Rahsaan Patterson)[95]
  • 2016: Fantasia & Anthony Hamilton: Live in Concert (with Anthony Hamilton)
  • 2016: Annual Summer Jam (with Maxwell and Ro James)
Opening act
  • 2005: Touch the Sky Tour (for Kanye West)[96]
  • 2006: Unpredictable Tour (for Jamie Foxx)[97]
  • 2011: Intimacy Tour (for Kem)[98]
  • 2013: 2013 World Tour (for Andrea Bocelli)[99]
  • 2017: In It to Win It Tour (for Charlie Wilson)[100]

See also

  • List of Idols winners

Awards and nominations

Year Award Category Result 2004 Billboard Music Awards Top Selling Single of the Year ("I Believe") Won Top Selling R&B/Hip-Hop Single of the Year ("I Believe") Won 2005 NAACP Image Award Outstanding Female Artist Won Billboard American Urban Radio Networks Top R&B/Hip-Hop Single ("I Believe") Won Emmis Communications/Hot-97 "KISS-FM" Phenomenal Woman Award Phenomenal Woman[101] Won Vibe Music Award R&B Voice of the Year Won American Music Awards Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist Nominated Favorite Soul/R&B Album (Free Yourself) Nominated BET Awards Best Female R&B Artist Nominated Best New Artist Nominated Soul Train Music Award Best R&B/Soul or Rap New Artist Nominated 2006 Grammy Awards Best Female R&B Vocal Performance ("Free Yourself") Nominated Best Traditional R&B Vocal Performance ("Summertime") Nominated Best R&B Album (Free Yourself) Nominated ASCAP Rhythm and Soul Awards Most Performed Song ("Free Yourself") Won Most Performed Song ("Truth is") Won Soul Train Music Award Best Female R&B/Soul Album (Free Yourself) Nominated 2007 American Music Awards Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist Nominated Theatre World Award Outstanding Broadway Debut Performance "The Color Purple" Honoree Broadway.com Award Favorite (Female) Replacement "The Color Purple" Won NAACP Image Award Outstanding Female Artist Nominated Outstanding Actress in a Television Movie, Mini-Series, or Dramatical Special (as Fantasia Barrino) Nominated 2008 Grammy Awards Best Female R&B Vocal Performance ("When I See U") Nominated Best Contemporary R&B Album (Fantasia) Nominated Greensboro sit-ins Organization Founder's Appreciation Award Won NAACP Image Award Outstanding Duo or Group Collaboration ("Put You Up On Game") Nominated 2009 NAACP Image Award Outstanding Duo or Group (with Jennifer Hudson) Won Grammy Awards Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal ("I'm His Only Woman") Nominated 2010 Barbados Music Awards International Award of Excellence Won Soul Train Awards Best R&B/Soul Female Artist Nominated Record of the Year (Songwriter's Award) ("Bittersweet") Nominated 2011 Grammy Awards Best R&B Album (Back to Me) Nominated Best Female R&B Vocal Performance ("Bittersweet") Won NAACP Image Award Outstanding Song ("Bittersweet") Won NAACP Theater Award Distinguished Honoree Won 2013 Grammy Producers Brunch BOE Global Artist Award Won BET Awards Centric Award "Lose To Win" Nominated Soul Train Music Award Best Female R&B Artist Nominated Album of the Year (Side Effects Of You) Nominated Songwriter's Award ("Lose To Win") Nominated 2014 Grammy Awards Best Urban Contemporary Album (Side Effects Of You) Nominated Best R&B Song ("Without Me (Featuring Kelly Rowland and Missy Elliott)") Nominated Best Traditional R&B Performance ("Get It Right") Nominated Black Reel Awards Outstanding Original or Adapted Song ("In the Middle of the Night" from Lee Daniels' The Butler) Nominated 2016 Soul Train Music Awards Best Female R&B/Soul Singer Nominated 2017 Grammy Awards Best Traditional R&B Performance ("Sleeping with the One I Love") Nominated NAACP Image Awards Outstanding Female Artist Nominated BET Awards Centric Award ("Sleeping with the One I Love") Nominated Best Gospel/Inspirational Award ("I Made It" feat. Tye Tribbett) Nominated

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Without Me (Fantasia Barrino song)
Jump to navigation Jump to search "Without Me"Without Me.jpgSingle by Fantasia featuring Kelly Rowland and Missy Elliottfrom the album Side Effects of YouReleasedApril17,2013FormatDigital downloadRecorded20122013Genre
  • R&B
  • hip hop
Length4:30LabelRCASongwriter(s)
  • Fantasia Barrino
  • Harmony Samuels
  • Al Sherrod Lambert
  • Melissa Elliott
  • Kyle Stewart
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"Without Me" is a song by American recording artist Fantasia featuring Kelly Rowland and Missy Elliott.[1] It serves as the second single from Fantasia's fourth studio album, Side Effects of You (2013). The song premiered on Fantasia's official VEVO account on April 17, 2013.[2]

Background

On April 19, 2013, during a backstage interview at American Idol, Fantasia revealed that the next single from Side Effects of You would be the song, "Without Me."[3] Fantasia's inspiration for the song originally came from a heated argument she had with someone over the phone late at night in the studio.[4][5] After the phone conversation, Fantasia walked back into the studio and requested Harmony Samuels to give her something "hood."[4]

When asked on what "sparked her outrage", Fantasia replied, "Exactly what I said in the song. 'You stuntin'! Everything you doing, I put you on to that!' So, you stuntin, where would you be without me. Go ahead and get your shine time now, but its going to die soon because there is no talent. You are just stuntin because of me."[6] When collaborations for the song were suggested, Fantasia immediately thought of Missy Elliott because the two were friends and knew Missy would "lyrically kill" the verse.[7]

Music video

Production

Though in earlier reports Fantasia requested Missy Elliott to direct the video,[7] Steven Gomillion and Dennis Leupold took on the role of directing.[8] Fantasia expressed her praise for the directors via Twitter, tweeting: "Thank you Steven and Dennis for bringing my vision to life... It is everything I pictured in my head."[9] Kelly Rowland also praised the directors, stating to Access Hollywood that, "The directors captured Fantasia and myself in a video style that we've never done before."[10]

On July 1, 2013, the music video for the single premiered on VEVO and BET's 106 & Park.

Synopsis

The music video shows several different scenes and cuts back and forth in between them. One scene shows Fantasia portraying an executive seated at a table with two men in suits who appear to be enjoying a luxurious lifestyle. Other scenes show Fantasia, Missy, and Kelly Rowland performing the lyrics of the song and dancing in neon-lit nightclubs and in grungy alleys. Kelly Rowland and Missy Elliott appear in the video, dancing and performing their lyrics. Certain lyrics of the song are displayed in neon lights shone along the front window of a luxury car.

Chart performance

On the week of May 1, 2013, "Without Me" became the most added single on Adult Urban Mainstream Airplay.[11][12]

Chart (2013) Peak
position US Billboard Hot 100[13] 74 US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs (Billboard)[14] 26

References

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Book Retrieved from "https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Without_Me_(Fantasia_Barrino_song)&oldid=925263806" Fantasia (Fantasia Barrino album)
Jump to navigation Jump to search FantasiaFantasiacover.jpgStudio album by Fantasia BarrinoReleasedDecember 12, 2006Recorded2006Genre
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Length50:08Label
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Released: November 25, 2006 "When I See U"
Released: April 17, 2007 "Only One U"
Released: June 29, 2007

Fantasia is the eponymous second studio album by American recording artist Fantasia Barrino, released by J Records on December 12, 2006. In its first week of sales, Fantasia entered the US Billboard 200 chart at number nineteen, with 133,000 copies sold.[1] In June 2007, Fantasia was certified Gold by the RIAA for shipments of 500,000 copies.[2]

Background and recording

Missy Elliott returned as one of the writers on the album, joining Big Boi of Outkast and Diane Warren as contributors. Production duo Midi Mafia, best known for their 50 Cent hit "21 Questions", also contributed five tracks to the project.[3]

The beat for "Baby Makin' Hips" was created by Don Cheegro and Dirty Harry, new producers working under the guidance of Dre & Vidal, producers of Ludacris' song "War with God". Her second single "When I See U" peaked at number thirty-two on the Billboard Hot 100 and at number-one for eight weeks on the Urban charts. The music video for When I See U was shot by Lenny Bass on March 26, in Brooklyn.

Critical response

Professional ratingsReview scoresSourceRatingAllMusic3.5/5 stars linkEntertainment WeeklyB+ linkPopMatters(7/10) linkRolling Stone3.5/5 stars link at the Wayback Machine (archived October 13, 2007)Slant3/5 stars linkStylus MagazineB+ link

Critical response to Fantasia was largely positive, as reviewers praised her vocals and charisma as well as the album's production; she drew multiple comparisons to Aretha Franklin, Tina Turner and Patti LaBelle.[4][5][6] Rolling Stone magazine said the album "expands her range, adds some attitude and comes up with some genuine R&B gems."[4] Allmusic found it "a bolder, better album than Free Yourself," adding that it "breaks Barrino free of her American Idol persona, giving her a sound and style that she can build a career upon."[6] PopMatters.com said that "Fantasia is a solid second effort, made above average by that gem of a voice."[7] Many critics also commented that the album's decidedly R&B nature (which translates to a reduced audience) was inevitable due to the lack of crossover success from Barrino's debut.[5][6] Thomas Inskeep with Stylus magazine praised Fantasia's "rather astounding, multi-octave...voice, capable of the smoothest singing but also heavy on the grit," while at the same time lamenting that she will never be "Americas pop star...Shes too black." He then declared, "Fantasia wasn't meant to be America's pop star, anyway."[5] Sal Cinquemani with Slant Magazine said that "Fantasia's sophomore effort isn't exactly her Breakaway [Kelly Clarkson's hugely successful second album], but it's certainly a more unified artistic statement than 2004's Free Yourself."[8]

On December 6, 2007, Fantasia garnered three 50th Annual Grammy Award nominations: Best Female R&B Vocal Performance for When I See U, Best Contemporary R&B Album for Fantasia, and Best R&B Song for "When I See U".

Commercial performance

Fantasia peaked at number nineteen on US Billboard 200 albums chart.[9] It sold 133,000 copies in its first week and sold a total of 530,000 copies in the United States.[10] It was certified Gold by Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).[11] It also peaked at number two on Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums.[12]

The first single from the album, "Hood Boy", peaked at number three on Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles and number twenty-one on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs. The second single, "When I See U", peaked at number twenty-one on the Billboard Hot 100 and number one on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. The third single, "Only One U", peaked at number nineteen on the US Adult R&B Airplay chart and number thirty-six on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.

Track listing

No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length1."Hood Boy" (featuring Big Boi)
  • Johnta Austin
  • Frank DeVol
  • Holland-Dozier-Holland
  • Anthony McIntyre
  • Antwan Patton
Tone Mason3:342."When I See U"
  • Sam Watters
  • Louis Biancaniello
  • Kevin Risto
  • Waynne Nugent
  • Janet Sewell
  • Erika Nuri
  • Midi Mafia
  • Mzmeriq
3:373."I Nominate U"
  • Vidal Davis
  • Andre Harris
  • Balewa Muhammad
  • Candice Nelson
Dre & Vidal4:344."Baby Makin' Hips"
  • Davis
  • Vidal
  • Muhammed
  • Nelson
  • Dre & Vidal
  • Dirty Harry
  • Don Cheegio[a]
3:215."Not the Way I Do"Sean Garrett
  • Kwame
  • Garrett[a]
3:356."Only One U"
  • Bryan-Michael Cox
  • Thabiso Nkhereanye
  • The Clutch
  • Ezekiel Lewis
  • Muhammad
  • Nelson
Cox4:007."I Feel Beautiful"Diane WarrenBabyface3:338."I'm Not That Type"Missy Elliott
  • Elliott
  • Cainon Lamb[a]
4:079."Uneligible"
  • Muhammad
  • Nelson
Danja3:0010."Two Weeks Notice"
  • Craig Brockman
  • Corte Ellis
  • Elliott
  • Elliott
  • Brockman[a]
4:4211."Surround U"
  • Denzil Miller
  • Kurt Walker
  • Kasseem Dean
  • Lawrence Smith
  • Makeba Riddick
Swizz Beatz3:1912."Bore Me (Yawn)" (featuring Ricco Barrino)
  • Muhammad
  • Nelson
Danja2:5513."Sunshine"Harold Lilly
  • Lilly
  • Lamb[a]
3:4714."Bump What Ya Friends Say" (featuring Missy Elliott)
  • Elliott
  • Phillip Lees
  • Elliott
  • Lees
  • Soul Diggaz[a]
4:44Total length:50:08 Wal-Mart bonus downloadNo.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length15."Girl like Me"
  • Davis
  • Vidal
  • Kandi Burruss
  • Meredith Spears
Dre & Vidal4:20Total length:54:28

Notes

  • ^[a] signifies co-producer

Sample credits

  • "Hood Boy" interpolates "Happening" by American pop band The Supremes.
  • "Surround U" contains a sample from "Cross The Track (We Better Go Back)" by Maceo and the Macks, and "Christmas Rappin'" by Kurtis Blow.

Charts

Weekly charts

Chart (2006) Peak
position US Billboard 200[13] 19 US Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums (Billboard)[14] 3

Year-end charts

Chart (2007) Position US Billboard 200[15] 105 US Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums (Billboard)[16] 22

Certifications

Region Certification Certified units/sales United States (RIAA)[17] Gold 500,000^

*sales figures based on certification alone
^shipments figures based on certification alone
double-daggersales+streaming figures based on certification alone

Unreleased tracks

  • "Turn This Party Up" (featuring Missy Elliott)
  • "Clap Ya Hands" (featuring Missy Elliott)
  • "Broke"
  • "Solo (So Low)"
  • "Said I Wouldn't (No More)"
  • "No Stoppin'" (produced by Missy Elliott, also recorded by Monica)
  • "Let It Go" (featuring Missy Elliott, re-recorded by Keyshia Cole and Lil' Kim)

References

^ Jonathan Cohen, "Young Jeezy, Hicks Enter Atop The Billboard 200", Billboard.com, December 20, 2006. ^ RIAA Archived 2011-05-21 at the Wayback Machine ^ Fantasia First Listen AOL Music ^ a b Serpick, Evan (December 7, 2006). "Fantasia" RollingStone.com. Retrieved October 22, 2007 ^ a b c Inskeep, Thomas (2007-01-02). "Fantasia" StylusMagazine.com. Retrieved October 22, 2007 ^ a b c Erlewine, Stephen Thomas (2006). "Fantasia" AllMusic.com. Retrieved October 22, 2007 ^ Joseph, Mike (January 5, 2007). "Fantasia" PopMatters.com. Retrieved October 22, 2007 ^ Cinquemani, Sal (2006). "Fantasia" SlantMagazine.com. Retrieved October 22, 2007 ^ http://www.billboard.com/artist/1496871/Fantasia/chart?f=305 ^ http://www.billboard.com/articles/news/956754/fantasia-moves-forward-despite-personal-challenges ^ https://www.riaa.com/gold-platinum/?tab_active=default-award&se=fantasia#search_section ^ http://www.billboard.com/artist/1496871/Fantasia/chart?f=333 ^ "Fantasia Chart History (Billboard 200)". Billboard. ^ "Fantasia Chart History (Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums)". Billboard. ^ "2007 Year-End Charts Billboard 200 Albums". Billboard. Retrieved April 26, 2016..mw-parser-output cite.citation{font-style:inherit}.mw-parser-output .citation q{quotes:"\"""\"""'""'"}.mw-parser-output .id-lock-free a,.mw-parser-output .citation .cs1-lock-free a{background:url("//upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/6/65/Lock-green.svg/9px-Lock-green.svg.png")no-repeat;background-position:right .1em center}.mw-parser-output .id-lock-limited a,.mw-parser-output .id-lock-registration a,.mw-parser-output .citation .cs1-lock-limited a,.mw-parser-output .citation .cs1-lock-registration a{background:url("//upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/d/d6/Lock-gray-alt-2.svg/9px-Lock-gray-alt-2.svg.png")no-repeat;background-position:right .1em center}.mw-parser-output .id-lock-subscription a,.mw-parser-output .citation .cs1-lock-subscription a{background:url("//upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/a/aa/Lock-red-alt-2.svg/9px-Lock-red-alt-2.svg.png")no-repeat;background-position:right .1em center}.mw-parser-output .cs1-subscription,.mw-parser-output .cs1-registration{color:#555}.mw-parser-output .cs1-subscription span,.mw-parser-output .cs1-registration span{border-bottom:1px dotted;cursor:help}.mw-parser-output .cs1-ws-icon a{background:url("//upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/4/4c/Wikisource-logo.svg/12px-Wikisource-logo.svg.png")no-repeat;background-position:right .1em center}.mw-parser-output code.cs1-code{color:inherit;background:inherit;border:inherit;padding:inherit}.mw-parser-output .cs1-hidden-error{display:none;font-size:100%}.mw-parser-output .cs1-visible-error{font-size:100%}.mw-parser-output .cs1-maint{display:none;color:#33aa33;margin-left:0.3em}.mw-parser-output .cs1-subscription,.mw-parser-output .cs1-registration,.mw-parser-output .cs1-format{font-size:95%}.mw-parser-output .cs1-kern-left,.mw-parser-output .cs1-kern-wl-left{padding-left:0.2em}.mw-parser-output .cs1-kern-right,.mw-parser-output .cs1-kern-wl-right{padding-right:0.2em} ^ "2007 Year-End Charts Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Albums". Billboard. Retrieved April 26, 2016. ^ "American album certifications Fantasia Fantasia". Recording Industry Association of America. Retrieved January 23, 2019. If necessary, click Advanced, then click Format, then select Album, then click SEARCH.

External links

  • Fantasia's Official Website
  • Fantasia's Official Myspace Page
  • v
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Fantasia Barrino
  • Discography
  • Awards and nominations
Studio albums
  • Free Yourself
  • Fantasia
  • Back to Me
  • Side Effects of You
  • The Definition Of...
  • Christmas After Midnight
Concert tours
  • Back to Me Tour
  • Side Effects of You Tour
  • Fantasia & Anthony Hamilton: Live in Concert
  • The Definition Of... Tour
Biography
  • Life Is Not a Fairy Tale
Related articles
  • The Barrino Brothers
  • Ricco Barrino
  • Fantasia for Real
Wikipedia book Book:Fantasia Barrino Retrieved from "https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Fantasia_(Fantasia_Barrino_album)&oldid=924302191"
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