R&B artist Ashanti and her social media feed seems to be making waves.
The “Still on It” singer has been on a roll with uploading thirst-trapping photos of her “smoking” body from her visit to Trinidad and Tobago. She apparently enjoyed her time at Carnival while shooting a new music video with Soca artist Machel Montano for their duet “The Road.” They dynamic duo also performed together on Feb. 25 at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in the capital of Port of Spain.
Although Ashanti has been putting in work, she also seemed to be delighting in her downtime on the island’s beachside. She uploaded a gang of photos to Instagram on Tuesday afternoon of herself posing on Maracas Beach in Trinidad. She donned a hot pink cutout bikini with matching bottoms, showing off her cleavage, abs, hips and “killer legs.”
She also adopted blond wavy tresses and a no-makeup look. She wrote in her caption, “Ya hair smell like the tropics ya body look nice” and added, “But most of all mi love mi brownin.”
The singer’s bikini body and curves sent social media swooning.
“Okay Shanti with the bawdy👏!” one fan exclaimed. “😍 Look at this hot trini gyal!”
Another added, “This pic is smokin 🔥 do you ever fail.. Always on point 🙌🏾.”
“Imagine being shipwrecked with this beautiful woman,” someone else commented. “Melanin for days! This is body goals! Lawd 🔥!”
It’s pretty evident that the 38-year-old takes pride in her toned body and isn’t afraid to flaunt it. To achieve her fit figure, the R&B singer said she hits the gym on a daily basis and eats extremely clean.
“For me, it’s about eating healthy and taking care of yourself,” she told Buzzfeed in 2017. “I’m embracing who I am naturally, so I go to the gym and work with an awesome trainer, I work with an herbalist, I do detoxes, I juice. I’m heavy with my kales and ginger, it’s very important to be aware of what you’re putting in your body.”
As far as music goes, Ashanti is seemingly in the midst of making a comeback. She told Page Six in January that fans can expect to hear something musically different compared to her older hits.
“It’s really important not to put all of your eggs in one basket or to be one-dimensional. Now more than ever, you have to keep the attention span and you have to keep a lot of things going on,” she said.