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Album Review

Brandy could have released another adult contemporary-oriented set, or linked with the dance-pop producers who have boosted many of her fellow artists. Instead, she made a modern R&B album. Even Two Eleven's most upbeat and commercial song, "Put It Down" — a blocky, bass-heavy number featuring Chris Brown and production from Bangladesh and Sean Garrett — was aimed more at urban radio than mainstream Top 40 stations. It became the singer's first Top Five R&B/Hip-Hop single in ten years, and it sticks out on an album dominated by aching ballads and grown slow jams. She took something of a risk by breaking from her norm and working with numerous songwriters and producers — a large cast that includes Rico Love, the Bizness, MIDI Mafia, Warryn Campbell, Mario Winans, and Frank Ocean. It paid off. Much of what resulted teems with assurance and empowered, shot-calling sexuality. "Slower," produced by Switch and co-composed by Chris Brown, slips and slides with a dazzling backdrop. Brandy scuttles between relaxed and rapid modes to equally stimulating effect, following "Come here, let mama bring you up to speed" with "I know you wanna beat it up, but I'm sorry, that ain't really my thing." A piano ballad sheathed in synthetic tom rolls, gauzy guitar, and heavily treated background vocals, "Paint This House" carries some awkward and corny metaphorical/literal cross-ups but is too gorgeously arranged — make that sculpted — to be taken as anything other than an album high point. On the slow-motion "Do You Know What You Have," Brandy gets a booming, atmospheric beat from Mike Will, fresh from Juicy J's "Bandz a Make Her Dance." In a seductively challenging manner, the singer repeatedly asks, "Do you know what you got here?" That's a good question. Months after scores of music fans went bananas over an opportunistic resuscitation of a deceased peer's studio scraps, Brandy, a superior vocalist ignored or disregarded by many of those same people, released one of her best albums. She should not be taken for granted.

Customer Reviews

Never Done Before

I'm very excited for the highly anticipated return of Brandy. This is going to be something that will be remembered for a long long time. This will be the album that will make you say to yourself, " Why is this person buying just the singles? The whole album is amazing!" All of Brandy's fans have been waiting for something like this for the longest amount of time. The singles remind you of the amazing work she did in the past from I Wanna Be Down, Baby, Almost Doesn't Count, Have You Ever?, Top of the World, The Boy is Mine, One Voice, Full Moon, Like This, What About Us?, Come a Little Closer, etc. These songs focus on the true Brandy and so will this album. Never in my wildest dreams did I think that an album could me so much to me already. The countdown has begun for TWO ELEVEN, THE REBIRTH OF BRANDY!

Lane Filled!

Brandy is one of those few artists who have a lane carved for no one but them and they never deviate from it. This is why Brandy will always live. Two-Eleven feels like it's a classic Brandy album with a new Brandy style. She an adult now, she in love, and everything this time is coming from a true place.

BRandy a Genius.

Words can not express how happy i am that this album is about to two drop in two weeks.. Im so excited. i just i want it to be released already so that i could be playing the album over and over like i always do with her music. She's an angel sent from heaven.


Born: February 11, 1979 in McComb, MS

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Whether she was singing pop-friendly urban soul or acting in her own family-oriented sitcom, Brandy's winningly wholesome persona helped catapult her to stardom during her teenage years. She scored the longest-running number one female duet in chart history (teamed with Monica on "The Boy Is Mine"), a testament to her mainstream appeal, and she spent several years as the title character on Moesha, the top-rated series on the fledgling UPN network during the late '90s. As she grew older, her music...
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