No stranger to the lime-light, Shamari DeVoe is back and better than ever! The devoted wife, super mom, and businesswoman is reinventing the term, "Triple Threat." You'll recall Shamari (Fears) DeVoe as 1/3 of the chart-topping R&B-Pop trio Blaque or on the silver screen in box office hits such as Bring It On. As the collective protégé's of Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes, Shamari and her groupmates catapulted to multi-platinum selling artist under the tutelage of Thomas D. "Tommy" Mattola in 1999. With the Billboard top ten hits, "808" and "Bring It All To Me" (Featuring J.C. Chasez of NSYNC), Shamari solidified herself as a bonified star.
The Detroit-born, Atlanta-raised Shamari DeVoe continues to reside in Atlanta with her husband Ronnie DeVoe of R&B super groups New Edition and Bell Biv DeVoe, and their 14-month-old twin boys, Ronald and Roman. Authentic and relatable, Shamari and her husband have banded together to not only record new music, but to become Marriage Ambassadors to other loving couples seeking to achieve a healthy-lifelong marriage.