R&B singer and songwriter Toni Braxton has a few expectations for fans on her new upcoming album untitled “Pulse”. The “Un-Break My Heart” diva who enjoyed much of her success during the 90s with her first two albums “Toni Braxton” in 1993, followed by “Secrets” in 1996 has been reinventing herself under her new label Atlantic Records.
Among the collaborations on her new project Braxton who has a vocal voice that range between a tenor and a mezzo-soprano has enlisted the help of Jamaican superstar Sean Paul, known for singles like “Give Me The Light” and “Burning”.
Coincidentally Paul is not the only star that Braxton has spent time working with, reports have said that Shaggy the “Bombastic” music veteran collaborated with the singer as well.
Of her new release the diva said, “It’s a lot of traditional stuff on the album, but I think people are going to be surprised cause I switched it a little bit, [by]doing different things.”
The record includes work by Stargate, The Underdogs and Claude Kelly.
Braxton 6th studio album “Pulse” is scheduled to come later this year.
Written by Valerie V.