In a recent interview with AfroTech, Bobby Brown — once known as the “bad boy of R&B” — expressed his desire to leave a specific legacy for his children. “I hope that people learn to understand that you will go through ups and downs in life, but it’s just about how you deal with them,” he said to AfroTech exclusively. “I want people to really pay attention to the fact that I am still standing, I am still touring. I am still doing everything that I have done in the past as far as entertainment is concerned. I’m moving on and pushing on as hard as I possibly can.” He also revealed that he had a new business venture: an eponymous barbecue sauce, which he co-founded with his wife, Alicia. “We’re so fortunate that he is multitalented on the stage as well as in our kitchen,” she said. “Bobby is definitely a favorite of ours for being the chef whenever we have any kind of major events, family gatherings, anything you can think of — everybody wants Bobby Brown to cook. So, I thought that we...
Jun 9, 2022
Bobby Brown is a living legend. The Boston native has been dubbed the “King of R&B” and even the “Bad Boy of R&B,” but whichever way you spin it, life has always been his prerogative. From his rise to fame as an originating member of New Edition — arguably one of the best boy bands of all time — to his huge breakout success as a solo act, Brown has been able to stand the test of time, and he is still here to share his story for the world to hear. AfroTech caught up with both Brown and his wife, Alicia Etheredge-Brown, ahead of the premiere of “Biography: Bobby Brown” and “Bobby Brown: Every Little Step” to discuss life for the superstar these days, his love for cooking, and what it’s like running a business alongside his loved ones.
May 31, 2022