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‘Been Crushing Tings’: Ashanti Sexily Gyrates and Winds While Displaying Curves in Sexy Swimsuit

Grammy Award-winning singer Ashanti apparently proved again to be a double threat in dancing and singing.

The “Rock Wit U” artist showed fans she can be sexy while busting a move. Ashanti uploaded a video to Instagram Saturday evening of herself dancing in a mirror while sporting a bathing suit from her new swimwear collection with PrettyLittleThing. She appeared to be visiting Miami, according to her geo-location.

She rocked a scanty lime-green swimsuit cut-out around her abdominal while dancing to a new reggae song that’s she’s planning to release soon. Recording herself in the mirror, Ashanti began swaying her body from side to side and winding her hips as her beach waves followed.

Ashanti shows off winding moves. @ashanti/Instagram

“I was jus happy @wilfordlenov gave me my ankle bracelets back… 😩🤣,” she wrote, teasing about one of her stylists. “😜@prettylittlething #NewMusicAlert👀.” She also added at the end of her video, “New S–t coming.”

Fans were clearly smitten by the celeb’s sexy dance moves, bombarding her post with a mass of compliments.

“My bish been crushing tings since I was 11 to 27 🔥😮. Ashanti is badder than ever 🎶 Da most beautiful girl in da world.”

“Go baeee go baeee! 😍baby you growing younger you glowing so sexy 😍.”

” I’m obsessed with the woman 🔥 I was waiting for her to turn around 👀.”

“Good lawd 💕💍 she thick thick just talk to me while you wine 🙌🏾.”

Ashanti and soca artist Machel Montano currently have people winding to their song “The Road,” which was performed for the first time at Carnival 2019 in Trinidad and Tobago around February.

Ashanti and Machel Montano. (Photo: @ashanti/Instagram)

The artists premiered “The Road” music video Monday, July 29, which was filmed at the carnival events earlier this year. Wearing a colorful and vivid Samba costume, Ashanti fully embraced the Trinidadian culture as she’s seen in the video dancing among hundreds of masqueraders.

“Machel and I had really good energy,” the former “Unfoolish” singer told Billboard during an interview published on Monday. “It was my first soca record, and I wanted to make sure I was pronouncing everything correctly, not like I am trying too hard or like a Yankee.”

She continued, “My space in music where I live is mid-tempo, songs that tell stories, and soca is sped up 10 times compared to my records, so this was trying something out of the box, and it was a really cool feeling.”

Ashanti also plans to release a new R&B album sometime this year. She said she collaborated with artists like Tory Lanez, Jeremih, Swae Lee, and a few more.
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