The Art of Dressing A Woman radio is proud to highlight this extraordinary body of work from a super talented artist. The song was co-written by Braxton, Fred Ball, Royce Doherty and Kwame Ogoo. With Host - Mike Wattz. Braxton released the cover art of the single on September 12, 2017. Braxton stars as Antoinette Tuff, a struggling single mom from Georgia who heroically averted a tragedy, saving hundreds of lives when she convinced a deranged gunman who stormed an elementary school to surrender.
I think for a long time I felt I had to make certain records, but now I want to just be free! Fred Ball produced the single. Marvellous melody and memorable hook too. The Art of Dressing A Woman radio presents the amazing Toni Braxton and her new single Deadwood. Toni Braxton has put together a very heart felt, sensitive album that will resonate to many. .
Braxton who has remained pretty low key in the last year is ready for a resurgence in the coming months. The song serves as the lead single from Braxton's eighth studio album 2018. The music video for the song has already been shot and will be revealed soon. Braxton is set to star in a new Lifetime movie in early 2018 titled, Faith Under Fire. The production serves as a slick, crisp vehicle driving the song's lyrical agenda and does so dynamically.
The audio video for the song was released to Braxton's Vevo account on September 14, 2017. The visual was directed by veteran. Written by Toni Braxton, Royce Doherty, Kwame Ogoo and Fred Ball and produced by Ball. It's the debut track from her upcoming album, which is set for release at the top of 2018, and sees the singer exploring a complicated love. The Toni Braxton biopic hit Lifetime last year, Toni Braxton: Unbreak My Heart, revealed a whole new side of the singer to fans.
The guitar heavy track allows Toni to effortlessly deliver a smooth song for listeners who have missed her wonderful voice. In 2014, Braxton teamed up with Babyface to release the. . . .
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