Also, check out three of the singles from the upcoming album “Yesterday”, “Make My Heart” & “Hands Tied“.
With natural musical skills that were immediately evident when she started singing in church with her four sisters in Severn, Maryland and inspired by the likes of Stevie Wonder, Anita Baker, Chaka Khan and Whitney Houston, Toni had set her sights on a singing career from her earliest days. It was while studying to become a teacher at Bowie State University that she came to the attention of LaFace owners L.A. Reid and Babyface.
With an impressive catalog of five albums (alongside 2003’s best-selling Ultimate Collection), Toni Braxton has built a worldwide base of music lovers since she first burst onto the contemporary music scene in 1991 with “Love Shoulda Brought You Home” (from the soundtrack of the hit movie “Boomerang”). As the ‘First Lady Of LaFace Records,’ Toni’s creative partnership with Antonio ‘L.A.’ Reid and Kenneth ‘Babyface’ Edmonds yielded a nonstop run of multi-platinum albums with 1993’s Toni Braxton, 1996’s Secrets and the 2000 set The Heat through to the 2001 Snowflakes holiday album and 2003’s highly personal and thought-provoking More Than A Woman CD, which featured a number of songs written by Toni herself as well as production from The Neptunes and Rodney Jerkins among others.
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