11 Songs, 40 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

As the star of TV’s Braxton Family Values, Tamar Braxton's on-screen persona is colorful and brash, but her fifth album unveils a more mellow and soulful side. One of a number of polished, contemporary R&B ballads, “Blind,” with its sublime whistle note, features her voice at its best: powerful and effortless as she climbs from husky tones to great heights. However, there’s also appealing playfulness within the feel-good track “Pick Me Up” and the reggae-tinged “Run Run.” Braxton claims this will be her last album, and it’s a stylish and assured note to bow out on.

EDITORS’ NOTES

As the star of TV’s Braxton Family Values, Tamar Braxton's on-screen persona is colorful and brash, but her fifth album unveils a more mellow and soulful side. One of a number of polished, contemporary R&B ballads, “Blind,” with its sublime whistle note, features her voice at its best: powerful and effortless as she climbs from husky tones to great heights. However, there’s also appealing playfulness within the feel-good track “Pick Me Up” and the reggae-tinged “Run Run.” Braxton claims this will be her last album, and it’s a stylish and assured note to bow out on.

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