Tifrere once publicly scolded Keys for carrying on a relationship with the producer while she was trying to repair her marriage to him, writing, “You know the role you played and you know how you contributed to the ending of my marriage.
You know that I asked you to step back and let me handle my family issues.
Alicia Keys has done something pretty unprecedented, folks.
Her newest song, “Blended Family (What You Do For Love)” is a tribute to Mashonda Tifrere, hubby Swizz Beats’s ex-wife, Tifrere’s son, Kasseem Dean Jr., and the importance of putting aside contention for the sake of your family. Keys discussed the song’s meaning on social media and via her website before it was released early this morning.
When Swizz Beatz released his first compilation album Swizz Beatz Presents G. On August 21, 2007, Swizz Beatz released his solo debut studio album, One Man Band Man.
Two months later on October 19, he launched a contest called "Share the Studio", presented by Music Video 2.0 and The Source magazine.
After obtaining the necessary equipment from his stepfather and uncles, he began deejaying as a teenager and enjoyed a modicum of success.
After relocating to Atlanta, Georgia, due to his repeated involvement in violent behavior at Harry S.
I.), "Hotel", "I'm a Hustla" (Cassidy), "Touch It" (Busta Rhymes) and much more.
Swizz Beatz was named the first "Producer in Residence" at New York University, for the 2010–11 academic year.
He spent much of his childhood raised by his mother in the North East Bronx, where he first encountered hip hop.
Issues that you helped to create…” Keys would eventually respond to the drama by saying that she started dating Swizz while he and Tifrere were separated.
And while that didn’t sit well with the public, the three slowly started to move toward reconciliation.
Tifrere shared the news of the song on her social media: Experience our journey through song . #whatyoudoforlove #blend #blendedfamily #creatingtheblueprinttoblend A post shared by Mashonda (@mashondatifrere) on Swizz Beatz also praised the progress he, along with Keys and Tifrere, have made over the years.