Brandy usually keeps her personal life on the down-low, but recently, she was featured on a new ballad with rumored boyfriend Sir the Baptist called “Deliver Me.” The self-proclaimed “hip-hop chaplain’s” song tells the true story of his sister as she suffered from physical abuse by her husband, the church deacon.
In the song, Baptist urges anyone going through the same thing to get out, and Brandy lends her gorgeous vocals to the powerful message.
But in a recent interview with UPTOWN magazine, the veteran singer/actress provided a bit more insight into why she and Press never made it down the aisle. It was a really hard time and another phase of the sadness that was a cloud for a while." BRANDY OPENS UP ABOUT BATTLE WITH DEPRESSION: 'I CRIED OUT FOR HELP' In an interview last month with New York.com, Norwood admitted that her depression took a toll on her body, which showed in her physical frame and in her eyes.
"Ryan and I were just two completely different people and we found that out when we were already in love with each other. She credited her recovery to doing the "work" spiritually, mentally and physically to get back to her old self.
owns her single status and tells the hosts, she “so satisfied being….being my myself.” So much so, in fact, that she’s not even trying to make any romantic connections.“I don’t date,” she tells the hosts.The rapper brought Brandy onstage at the Golden 1 Center in Sacramento and put her front and center. Brandy fell into unconsciousness earlier this month on a Delta flight at LAX just before takeoff, and was rushed to the hospital.As he performed his 2002 track, "Come Close," she smiled and waved her arms ... She said the collapse was the result of exhaustion, although at least one witness on the plane says she had taken a pill just before the medical emergency.I want to keep my business and my personal separate." Read the entire interview here.For more of What's Good, visit Shows, Entertainment or try searching for it here.She resumed her music career in 1998 with the widely successful duet with fellow R&B contemporary Monica, "The Boy Is Mine", which went on to become the best selling female duet of all time, and one of the longest running number one singles in history.