The singer and actress is flourishing with release of her new album, films
Seth Wenig / AP
NEW YORK - While some artists choose to keep their private life cloaked in mystery, Jill Scott’s music was so rich with details about her most intimate thoughts, even a casual listener could tell that she was madly in love with her man.
From “He Loves Me (Lyzell in E Flat)” to “Bedda at Home,” much of Scott’s first two albums detailed her relationship with her husband and manager, Lyzell Williams. The songs were passionate, sensual, emotional and spoke of a love, while not perfect, so enduring that it seemed almost too good to be true.
As it turns out, it was — Scott’s soundtrack was a lot rosier than real life.
“Sometimes I think I try to hold on [continue reading]