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Arie is also featured on Stevie Wonder's album A Time to Love, released on October 18, 2005.
Arie and Wonder duet on the title track "A Time to Love", written by Arie, which was nominated for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals at the 2006 Grammy Awards.
Now, fans believe she's moved on to someone else who is also part of the family. These two have been hanging out lately and are even on Digi Tour together which means there's plenty of time to get their flirt on! They've taken this new found love to social media, which is where fans caught wind of the chemistry between them! Not only that but she allegedly favorited a note on Twitter that read, "Some of the people still shipping Zariel need to stop and understand that Ariel is happy, Ariel moved on.
While nothing has been confirmed yet, it would seem like Baby Ariel definitely has a type.
sensation Baby Ariel usually isn't quiet when it comes to romance.
She was dating star Zach Clayton for awhile until they cut things off over the summer! We might not all ship #Bariel but if it is true that they’re dating then let them be." Hmmm...whether or not this is a real relationship, one thing is for sure, they are having a super fun time together which is what matters the most!
Her mother is a former singer (she was signed to Motown as a teenager and opened for Stevie Wonder and Al Green) Simpson had taken up a succession of musical instruments throughout her schooling in Denver, but her interest in the guitar while attending the Savannah College of Art and Design, in Savannah, led to a personal revelation about songwriting and performing.
This album was also the first number-one album for Motown in twelve years. Within this CD, Arie collaborated with such artists as Sezen Aksu, Keb Mo, Gramps Morgan and Musiq Soulchild to fulfill her self-proclaimed desire to "do projects with people who are making music that is meaningful, with a lot of integrity and a lot of sonic diversity".
Its first-week sales of 161,000 copies are Arie's best sales week to date and was certified gold in August 2006, selling 730,000 in US and 1,300,000 worldwide. Billboard Hot 100 at #97 and the UK Singles Chart at #65. Arie also identified this CD as her first to write and sing songs without worrying about public opinion after a much-needed vacation to Hawaii.
Co-founding the Atlanta-based independent music collective Groovement Earth Share (Groovement was the collective artists' name and Earth Share was their independent label name), her one-song turn on a locally released compilation led to a second-stage gig at the 1998 Lilith Fair.
In 1999, a Universal/Motown music scout signed her and made an introduction to former Motown CEO Kedar Massenburg. Arie released her debut album Acoustic Soul on March 27, 2001. Billboard 200 and number three on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums. The album was promoted with the release of the lead single "Video".