R&B’s fairy godmother.
Is the above an apt moniker for ‘Love & Hip Hop’ creator Mona Scott-Young? We’d say so, especially now that her ever-rising empire has revived the career of another Urban belle this year.
For, after serving as the vehicle used by K.Michelle to reach the top of her game, the New York version of Mona’s hit franchise has handed cast mate Amina Buddafly a second chance at superstardom!
Find out how below…
Formerly of group Black Buddafly, Amina‘s ‘Hip Hop‘ arrival saw her musical endeavours take a backseat, forced to the shadows by an on-screen love triangle that saw her billed a ‘home-wrecker’ in earlier episodes.
However, after performing her brand new single ‘Don’t Wanna Be Right’ on the show’s season 4 reunion special, she rocketed to iTunes R&B’s Top Five- soaring to #4!
Placed one spot beneath K.Michelle‘s ‘Can’t Raise a Man’, Buddafly‘s sales-induced good news comes as Toni Braxton & Babyface welcome some of their very own today.
For, less than twenty four hours after dropping worldwide, the pair’s collaborative ‘Love, Marriage & Divorce’ set now sits at #4 on iTunes overall albums chart, currently outselling Beyonce‘s ‘Beyonce’, Bruno Mars‘ ‘Doo-Wops & Hooligans’ and Katy Perry‘s ‘Prism’, now placed at #26.