With the release of her latest album, the properly titled Woman, Jill Scott has taken her show on the road with a 25-city tour. She made her way to Atlanta’s Chastain Park on Aug. 2.
But Scott also took a moment to address her detractors on “Hate On Me.” Following the song, she spoke about haters and said, “You’re so busy being mad that you’re not counting your own blessings.”
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Her latest single, “Fool’s Gold,” proves how love can make us all look foolish at times. And “Slowly Surely” was Scott’s way of leaving a bad situation and facing the fear that comes from uncertainty.
Overall, Scott’s show allowed her to prove why she continues to be one of the top soul artists 15 years after her debut. She knows that love is a constant journey and her fans are more than willing to join her for the ride.
– Empress ❤