Tamar & Vince are one of the hottest couples right now. Their new show ‘Tamar & Vince‘ has given us just a little bit more inside the couple’s life and we all see now that Tamar doesn’t really run the house as we might have all thought from seeing them on ‘Braxton Family Values.’
Rolling Out caught up with the Herbert and chatted it up with them on Tamar’s music career and how they keep their relationship spicy.
Check out some excerpts below:
On her music:
” I really don’t think about anybody else. That’s not because I want to be cocky or because I think I’m better than anybody else. I don’t want to get caught up in what everybody else is doing. I just make sure I do the music that I’m proud of, and music that I feel like I want to portray. … You know the music that I believe in, and it has nothing to do with anybody else. I don’t look at my music career as I want to be better than Brandy or Monica. We are all great singers in our own right. We’re talented and that’s just the bottom line. They do what they do, and I do what I do.”
On the show ‘Tamar & Vince’:
Tamar: ”Before it airs, Vince and I both have to see [it], because we are both executive producers and we are very much … involved. There is nothing wrong with having integrity and enlightening people with class, and making sure that we don’t do anything to embarrass ourselves, our marriage, or the businesses that we are both involved in.”
On their relationship/marriage:
Tamar: ”Vince and I are really good friends and we keep our lives and communication open. On top of that, I just feel like it’s important to remain a lady. I don’t think you should always have your head in a do-rag and a scarf. You should remain the girl they saw [on] date night. There’s nothing wrong with going to bed looking pretty or just as good as you do during the day. The communication is the really sexy part of a relationship. Because when you feel like they can just talk to you, it’s very attractive. … You don’t have to dress up, but don’t go to bed looking crazy.”
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