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Love & War

Love & War

Artist: Tamar Braxton

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Digital Album: $10.99
Love & War
Love & War

Artist: Tamar Braxton
$10.99   Buy Digital Album
MP3
1. The One
$1.29
2. Tip Toe
$1.29
3. Stay And Fight
$1.29
4. Love And War
$1.29
5. All The Way Home
$1.29
6. One On One Fun
$1.29
7. She Did That
$1.29
8. Hot Sugar
$1.29
9. Pieces
$1.29
10. Where It Hurts
$1.29
11. Prettiest Girl
$1.29
12. Sound Of Love
$1.29
13. White Candle
$1.29
14. Thank You Lord
$1.29

DETAILS
Format: CD
Label: EPIC
Rel. Date: 09/03/2013
UPC: 888837123327

More Info:

Tamar just so happens to be the younger sister of Soul diva Toni Braxton. In early 2012, she made a decision to return to the studio. Twelve years had passed since her major label debut, Tamar, but it finally felt right to delve into making music again. The artist had already endured the changing tides of the business and its tumultuous nature. This time, she wasn't going to bend for anyone or hold anything back. "This is the first record where my music has truly reflected who I am," she affirms. "One night when I was in the studio, everything clicked. I found the sound I'd been looking for within myself for years. I never had a chance to go as deep as I did. I'm not trying to be something I'm not. I have to be me. The vocals just poured out of me."

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