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In the late 1980s, Braxton began performing with her sisters in a music group known as The Braxtons; the group was signed to Arista Records. After attracting the attention of producers Antonio "L.A." Reid and Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds and being signed to LaFace Records, Braxton released her self-titled debut studio album in 1993. The album reached number one on the Billboard 200 chart and sold 10 million copies worldwide. In addition, the singles "Another Sad Love Song" and "Breathe Again" became international successes. The album brought Braxton three Grammy Awards, including the Grammy for Best New Artist.




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Braxton and her four sisters Traci, Towanda, Trina, and Tamar began performing as The Braxtons in the late 1980s and were signed to Arista Records in 1989. Their first single, "Good Life", was released in 1990.[17] Though the song was not successful, it attracted the attention of record executive Antonio "L.A." Reid and record producer Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds.[17] Reid and Babyface recruited her to record a demo of "Love Shoulda Brought You Home", a song that they had written for Anita Baker for the soundtrack of Eddie Murphy's film, Boomerang. Baker, who was pregnant at the time, did not record the song but suggested that Braxton record it.[18] Her recording was later included on the soundtrack along with "Give U My Heart", a duet by Braxton and Babyface. Braxton, meanwhile, was signed to Reid and Edmonds' Arista-distributed imprint, LaFace Records, and immediately began recording her solo debut album.[citation needed]


In 2002, while gearing up for the release of her fourth studio album, Braxton discovered she was pregnant with her second child. Knowing that she would be unable to promote the album properly, she unsuccessfully lobbied Arista Records to get the label to postpone its release until after she was to give birth. In November 2002, More Than a Woman was released. Opening to an instant commercial disappointment, the album peaked at number 13 on the US Billboard 200, but was less successful internationally. The first single "Hit the Freeway" failed to impact, resulting in lackluster sales in general and the release of no further singles. More Than a Woman was eventually certified gold in the United States and sold more than 800,000 copies worldwide.[44]


In March 2014, Braxton, alongside Babyface, made her return to Broadway in the musical After Midnight. The third in rotation in the role of "Special Guest Star" following Fantasia Barrino and KD Lang, they performed from March 18 to 31, 2014 at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre.[85] In May 2014, Braxton published a memoir, Unbreak My Heart: A Memoir, through Harper Collins Publishers. In it, Braxton discusses her career success and struggles and the self-healing she took charge of after her own diagnosis with the auto-immune disease lupus and her son's diagnosis with autism.[86] In October 2015, Toni along with The Braxtons released the holiday album Braxton Family Christmas on Def Jam Recordings.[87][88] Compromsing cover versions of Christmas standards and carols as well as several original songs, it debuted and peaked at number 27 on the US Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Albums.[89]


Seven-time Grammy winner Toni Braxton will be taking her "As Long As I Live" tour on the road in support of her current "Sex & Cigarettes" album. The tour begins on January 19 in Columbia, SC and will make a stop at Newark, New Jersey's Prudential Center on Friday, February 8, 2019 at 8 p.m. Special guests for this concert will be SWV, known for their string of top R&B hits selling more than 15 million albums and Kenny "Babyface" Edmonds' award-winning, multi-faceted performer, writer and producer credited for of such megastars as TLC, OutKast, Usher, and Toni Braxton. Toni's "Sex & Cigarettes" album entered the charts in the Top 5 and the "As Long As I Live" single was #1 on the charts for nine weeks. See Toni Braxton, SWV and Kenny "Babyface" Edmonds' only at the Prudential Center.General Public Tickets go on sale Friday October 26 at 10 a.m. at Ticketmaster.com or by calling 1-800-3000. Fans can also purchase tickets by visiting the Prudential Center Box Office on Monday, October 29 after 11 a.m. Special VIP packages are on sale on October 26 at ToniBraxton.com for more info.For more information on Toni Braxton please visit www.tonibraxton.com, or follow her on Facebook at www.facebook.com/tonibraxton and on Twitter at @ToniBraxton.About Toni BraxtonThe distinctive, sultry vocals of seven-time Grammy Award-winning recording artist Toni Braxton, singer, songwriter, record producer, actress and philanthropist, have been celebrated internationally ever since she was first introduced to the world by Babyface and L.A. Reid in 1992. Her self-titled debut album released the next year was a 10 million-selling phenomenon that generated Toni's first Grammys in 1994, for Best New Artist and Best Female R&B Vocal ("Another Sad Love Song"). The album's longevity led Toni to win her second Best Female R&B Vocal Grammy the following year (for "Breathe Again"). Her second album, Secrets arrived in '96, and history repeated itself with 15 million worldwide sales. At the Grammy Awards in 1997, Toni became only the second woman in history (beside Dionne Warwick) to win Best Female Pop Vocal ("Unbreak My Heart") and Best Female R&B Vocal ("You're Makin' Me High") in the same year. She returned to the Grammy podium in 2001, to claim another Best Female R&B Vocal award ("He Wasn't Man Enough," from the double-platinum album The Heat). In 2015, Toni won a Grammy for "Best R&B Album," for Love, Marriage & Divorce duet outing with Kenny "Babyface" Edmonds.Into the millennium, Toni blossomed into an acting career with Broadway musical roles in "Beauty and the Beast," "Aida," and "After Midnight" and a dramatic turn in the Lifetime movies "Twist of Faith," "Unbreak My Heart" (based on her novel,) and "Faith Under Fire." She and her sisters currently enjoy huge success in Braxton Family Values, one of WE tv's flagship reality series, returning for its sixth season. Raising her two sons Denim and Diezel, Toni balances her career demands with the high priorities of family, health, public service, and charity work, particularly on behalf of the two diseases that have impacted her family directly: She is living with Lupus and her youngest child is living with Autism. Early detection and intervention has helped both Braxtons to be role models on how to live normal lives with these conditions. Toni is also a proud spokesperson for Autism Speaks and an Ambassador to the UN.About SWVIn the '90s, the ladies of SWV-Cheryl "Coko" Clemons, Leanne "Lelee" Lyons and Tamara "Taj" George-were on top of the music world. From the streets of New York to superstardom, they had a string of top ten R&B hits including "I'm So Into You," "Right Here," "Downtown," "Weak," and "You're Always On My Mind." With over 15 million albums sold, a Grammy nomination, an American Music Award nomination and 11 Billboard Music Awards nominations, SWV was unstoppable.About Kenny "Babyface" Edmonds'Kenny "Babyface" Edmonds' award-winning, multi-faceted pop/urban career includes the consecutive multi-platinum landmark albums Tender Lover,For the Cool in You (including signature hits "Never Keeping Secrets" and "When Can I See You"), and The Day ("Every Time I Close My Eyes"). As co-founder with L.A. Reid of LaFace Records in 1989, Babyface nurtured the careers of such megastars as TLC, OutKast, Usher, and Toni Braxton. An 11-time Grammy Award winner, Babyface most recently released Return of the Tender Lover in December 2015, his first solo album in seven years. This latest project introduces a freer, less structured Babyface putting his stamp on a contemporary sound he describes as "unapologetic R&B." This album follows up the critical and commercial response to his and Toni Braxton's 2014 Grammy-winning album Love, Marriage & Divorce.About Prudential CenterPrudential Center is the world-class sports and entertainment venue located in downtown Newark, New Jersey. Opened in October 2007, the state-of-the-art arena is the home of the National Hockey League's (NHL) three-time Stanley Cup Champion New Jersey Devils, Seton Hall University's NCAA Division I Men's Basketball program, and more than 175 concerts, family shows and special events each year. The arena is also home to the GRAMMY Museum Experience Prudential Center, which opened its doors to the public on October 2017. The 8,200-square-foot experience marks the first GRAMMY Museum outpost on the East Coast, and features a dynamic combination of educational programming and interactive permanent and traveling exhibits, including a spotlight on legendary GRAMMY winners from New Jersey. Ranked in the Top 8 nationally by Pollstar, Billboard and Venues Today, Prudential Center is recognized as one of the premier venues in the United States, and over 2 million guests annually. For more information about Prudential Center, visit PruCenter.com and follow the arena on Facebook, Twitter andInstagram @PruCenter. Prudential Center is a Harris Blitzer Sports & Entertainment property.


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Rising superstar and multi-platinum singer Jacquees will release his second full-length R&B album, King of R&B, on December 20th on Cash Money Records. For the album, he attracted an A-list crop of collaborators, including Atlanta royalty T.I. who delivers an unforgettable verse on the aptly titled "King," Tory Lanez who lends his unmistakable vocals to "Risk It All." While Bluff City and Migos front-man Quavo appear on the heartfelt "All You Need." 350c69d7ab


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