Saturday, June 27, 2009

Toni Braxton Comments On Michael Jackson's Untimely Death

Toni Braxton, who has announced that she has completed her long anticipated album, due from Atlantic Records during the fourth quarter, recently shared her thoughts on Michael Jackson’s passing.
“I am deeply saddened at the lost of a legend" states Toni Braxton via her twitter page. “My condolences {go out} to the Jacksons” she added.

Toni Braxton went on to add, “MJ you will always be my favorite artist and you will be deeply missed.”
A close rep to the singer confirmed that she has chosen a title for her album but is keeping tight mouthed about it for now. Braxton’s new album, was rumored to be titled Pulse.
Toni Braxton’s long-awaited comeback album is Braxton’s seventh studio album following behind her 1993 Laface Records (Arista imprinted) debut album “Toni Braxton”, 1996 album “Secrets,” 2000 album “The Heat,” 2001 holiday album "Snowflakes," 2002 album “More Than A Woman,” ” and 2005 album “Libra,” her first and only album on Blackground Records.
Several tracks from her album have leaked on the Internet however the official single off the album is expected in July. Braxton, who wrapped up a photo session for her comeback album is also planning a promotional tour in support of her Atlantic Records debut.
Toni Braxton is highly known for her monstrous hit Unbreak My Heart produced by David Foster and penned by legendary songwriter Diane Warren (Whitney Houston - "I Didn't Know My Own Strength," Brandy - “Have You Ever?,” Aerosmith - “I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing,” Celine Dion - “Because You Loved Me”).
Unbreak My Heart solidified Braxton's status as a world-wide superstar and became the 2nd biggest single from a female artist in billboard's history. Recently Braxton competed on ABC's Dancing With The Stars and announced last year that she had signed an exclusive deal with Atlantic Records. Braxton has sold over 45 million records worldwide, starred on Broadway, and has earned 6 Grammy Awards.

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