Four years after tying the knot, Tamia learned she had Multiple Sclerosis, a chronic disease affecting the brain and spinal cord.
“When I was diagnosed, the first thing he said was, ‘What do we need to do to fight this? “It’s good to have a fighter on your side.”Tamia told Oprah it’s the little everyday things that make her love her husband.
Tamia says she didn’t grow up with her father, and watching Grant interact with their daughters is priceless.
Tamia (born May 9, 1975) is a Canadian singer-songwriter.
Knight (who once starred with Kermit the Frog on the Muppet Show), has won seven Grammy Awards and Brandy has a net worth of million as a singer at only the age of 35. The song "Into You" on the album "More" went to No. Other hit singles are "Stranger in My House" in 2001, "Me" in 2006 and "Beautiful Surprise" in 2012. The album has been very popular in not only the United States, but South Africa as well.
In April of 2014, Tamia went on a South African tour where she performed in Cape Town, Johannesburg and Port Elizabeth.
She told The Young Black and Fabulous website, that the symptoms of her multiple sclerosis had improved. Among the organizations she has worked for include Save the Music, the Ronald Mc Donald House, Prevent Child Abuse America, Habitat for Humanity and Multiple Sclerosis in Canada. Grant Hill and Tamia just celebrated 18 years of marital bliss, and even after all these years, Hill still knows how to put a move on his wife's heart.Here are moments they showed us all #Love Goals realized.Tamia's husband Grant Hill has played the piano while Tamia has performed some of her music in the past.However, Tamia was a strong musician well before she married Hill in 1999. 12 on the R&B Charts in 1993 and later "Slow Jams" was number 19 on the R&B Charts.Among the elite musicians Tamia was associated with in the 1990s were Quincy Jones, Brandy and Gladys Knight.