Throwback Thursday- Blaque ‘Bring It All To Me’
‘Bring It All to Me’ was released in 1999 by girl group, Blaque.
The song samples Shalamar’s “I Don’t Wanna Be the Last to Know”.
There are two versions of the song, one with JC Chasez from NSync and one without.
I prefer the version with JC’s silky vocals, but I’ll take what I can get.
Blaque is made of up Shamari Fears, Brandi Williams, and Natina Reed.
Natina Reed is sadly no longer with us. Reed died on October 26, 2012, two days shy of her 32nd birthday, in a road accident. She was struck while talking on the phone in Lawrenceville, Georgia while crossing the street.
According to Gwinnett County police, no charges are expected against the driver who accidentally struck Reed with his automobile. A preliminary investigation indicates that Reed was in the roadway when she was struck and the vehicle’s driver and a passenger were the only witnesses to the collision.
Shamari Fears went on to marry New Edition’s Ronnie DeVoe in 2006 and settled down in Atlanta, where she owns a Zen Massage Center. Though Shamari signed to Darkchild Records after Blaque disbanded in 2004, she has yet to release a solo album. After Natina’s death, she tweeted, “My heart and my soul is in so much pain. My sister, my best friend, I will always love you.”
Brandi Williams founded a production company known as Tune Town Productions, while also making solo recordings in preparation for her debut album. She had an uncredited vocal role on the rapper Nelly’s single Grillz from 2005.
On October 4, 2011, Williams’ released her first solo single ‘Love It’ off her debut solo album, which is scheduled to be released in 2014.
Can we discuss this video for a second?
I hadn’t seen this video since 1999 until I went to do this post and what is going on?
So are the girls like aliens or something? And why are they dancing with blue blobs?
And why is there so much pleather? And why did everything from 1999 and 2000 look like a spaceship? It’s like just because the new millennium was upon us we were trying to look futuristic, which really just made people look shiny and weird.
Anyway, I still love this song!