Toni Braxton singles

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  1. Another Sad Love Song

    Another Sad Love Song (1993)

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    "Another Sad Love Song" is the first official single from Toni Braxton's self-titled debut album, Toni Braxton (1993). After the success of "Love Shoulda Brought You Home", Braxton followed up with this R&B mid-tempo single. The song proved to be a success, giving Braxton her first U.S. Billboard Hot 100 top ten hit (number seven) and her first Adult Contemporary hit (number eight), and narrowly missing the top position of the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs by peaking at number two, being held from the summit by SWV's "Right Here/Human Nature"/"Downtown". Internationally, "Another Sad Love Song" reached number fifteen in the United Kingdom, number twenty-three in the Netherlands, and number sixty in Germany.


  2. Breathe Again

    Breathe Again (1993)

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    "Breathe Again" is a song by American R&B singer Toni Braxton from her self-titled debut album (1993). Written by Babyface and produced by L. A. Reid, Babyface, and Daryl Simmons, the ballad was released as the album's second single, garnering heavy airplay during the summer and autumn of 1993 , which resulted in it being the most successful single released from the album. The single peaked at number three on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 and number four on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and Adult Contemporary charts. The song reached number two on the UK charts in January 1994.


  3. Christmas in Jamaica

    Christmas in Jamaica (2001)

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    "Christmas in Jamaica" is the second and final single from Toni Braxton's Christmas album, Snowflakes (2001). The song features vocals from Shaggy.


  4. Give U My Heart

    Give U My Heart

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    "Give U My Heart" is a song recorded by American R&B singers Babyface and Toni Braxton for the soundtrack to the 1992 film Boomerang. The collaboration was released as a single the same year, reaching number twenty-nine on the Billboard Hot 100 and number two on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs (behind another song from the Boomerang soundtrack, Boyz II Men's "End of the Road").


  5. Hands Tied

    Hands Tied (2010)

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    "Hands Tied" is a song by American singer Toni Braxton. Written by Heather Bright, Warren Felder, and Harvey Mason, Jr. and produced by Oak for Braxton's sixth studio album Pulse (2010), it was premiered on January 29, 2010 on her official website.


  6. He Wasn't Man Enough

    He Wasn't Man Enough (2000)

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    "He Wasn't Man Enough" is a song from American R&B recording artist and songwriter Toni Braxton, and was released as the lead single from her third studio album, The Heat (2000). The song was released on March 7, 2000 by LaFace Records. The song was produced by Rodney 'Darkchild' Jenkins. "He Wasn't Man Enough" is a dance-pop and R&B inspired song. The song saw differences through the genre with her previous ballads to more uptempo music.


  7. Hit The Freeway

    Hit The Freeway (2003)

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    "Hit the Freeway" is a song by the American recording artist Toni Braxton, released as the lead-single from her fourth studio album, More Than a Woman (2002). The song, which features American rapper Loon, was written by Pharrell Williams and Loon himself, while production was handled by Pharrell's production duo The Neptunes. It is an R&B and hip-hop song, with lyrics about an ex trying to rekindle with Braxton, but Braxton claims she's not interested in him anymore.


  8. How Could An Angel Break My Heart

    How Could An Angel Break My Heart (1996)

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    "How Could an Angel Break My Heart" is the fourth and final single from Toni Braxton's second studio album, Secrets (1996). The song, co-written by Braxton and Babyface and produced by Babyface, features Kenny G on the saxophone. At the time of this single's release, Secrets had reached eight-time platinum status by the RIAA.


  9. How Many Ways

    How Many Ways (1993)

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    "How Many Ways" is a song by American contemporary R&B singer Toni Braxton from her self-titled debut album, Toni Braxton (1993). The protagonist of the composition, co-written by Braxton herself, declares there are many ways in which she loves her man. "How Many Ways" was double-sided with the album's fifth and final single, "I Belong to You", in the UK. The song sampled "God Make Me Funky" by The Headhunters feat. Pointer Sisters


  10. I Belong to You

    I Belong to You (1993)

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    "I Belong to You" a song by American R&B singer Toni Braxton from her self-titled debut album, Toni Braxton (1993). Written by Vassal Benford and Ronald Spearman and produced by Benford, it was released as the album's fifth and final single in the United States, containing "How Many Ways" as its B-side. While there was no music video for "I Belong to You", the song garnered Braxton a nomination for Best Female R&B Vocal Performance at the 1996 Grammy Awards.


  11. I Don't Want To

    I Don't Want To (1996)

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    "I Don't Want To" is a song by American R&B singer Toni Braxton, released as the third single from her second studio album, Secrets (1996). Written and produced by R. Kelly, this ballad describes the agony of a break-up. The single—released in the U.S. as a double A-side with the airplay smash hit "I Love Me Some Him"—shot to number 19 on the Billboard Hot 100 and number 9 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs during the summer of 1997. While not as successful as the two preceding singles, it became her third consecutive chart-topper on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play in July 1997, following "You're Makin' Me High" and "Un-Break My Heart".


  12. I Heart You

    I Heart You

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    "I Heart You" is a song by American recording artist Toni Braxton. It was written and produced by Toni Braxton & Keri Lewis. The song was released as the lead single from Chapter VIII: The Encore of a Gemstone which will signify her final album before she officially retires from music. Musically, the song is a dance-pop song and the lyrics speak about being in love with someone and desiring that the person feels the same. The song received positive reviews, most critics commended the track for having a "dance vibe" and an "anthemic chorus".


  13. I Love Me Some Him

    I Love Me Some Him (1996)

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    "I Love Me Some Him" is a song by American R&B singer Toni Braxton from her second studio album, Secrets (1996). Written by Andrea Martin and Gloria Stewart and produced by the Danish duo Soulshock & Karlin, the song was released as the flipside to the album's third single, "I Don't Want To", solely in the United States, while international versions of "I Don't Want To" did not include "I Love Me Some Him".


  14. Just Be a Man About It

    Just Be a Man About It (2000)

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    "Just Be a Man About It" is the second single from Toni Braxton's third studio album, The Heat (2000). It was released as a DVD single in the United States on November 21, 2000 and in Canada on February 6, 2001.


  15. Let It Flow

    Let It Flow (1996)

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  16. Love, Marriage & Divorce

    Love, Marriage & Divorce (2014)

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    Love, Marriage & Divorce is a collaborative studio album by American recording artists Toni Braxton and Babyface, released on February 4, 2014 by Motown Records.


  17. Love Shoulda Brought You Home

    Love Shoulda Brought You Home (1993)

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    "Love Shoulda Brought You Home" is the first solo single by American R&B singer Toni Braxton. The song was written by Babyface, Daryl Simmons, and Bo Watson, and was featured on the soundtrack to the romantic comedy film Boomerang (1992). It served as the follow-up to Braxton's duet with Babyface, titled "Give U My Heart". Those pair of songs was submitted to Anita Baker, but due to Baker's impending pregnancy, she had to decline. The single became a top 40 hit on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 and her second consecutive top five hit on the U.S. Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs. Seven months later, the song was included on Braxton's debut album, Toni Braxton.


  18. Maybe

    Maybe (2000)

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    "Maybe" is the fourth and final single from Toni Braxton's third studio album, The Heat (2000). It was released in 2001.


  19. Please

    Please (2005)

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    "Please" is a song by American recording artist Toni Braxton from her fifth studio album, Libra. It was written by Scott Storch, Makeba Riddick, Vincent Herbert, and Kameron Houff and produced by Storch.


  20. Seven Whole Days

    Seven Whole Days (1993)

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    "Seven Whole Days" is the third single from Toni Braxton's self-titled debut album, Toni Braxton (1993). The track describes a romance that was fading. As the single was not commercially released in the United States, it was ineligible to chart on the Billboard Hot 100, and only managed to chart on the Hot 100 Airplay at number forty-eight in early March 1994. Nevertheless, it successfully topped the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay in late January 1994. The video was shot while Braxton was on tour and her four sisters are featured as background singers.


  21. Snowflakes Of Love

    Snowflakes Of Love (2001)

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    "Snowflakes of Love" is the lead single from Toni Braxton's Christmas album, Snowflakes (2001). The song samples the instrumental of Earl Klugh's "Now We're One", written by Isaac Hayes for the soundtrack to the 1974 film Truck Turner.


  22. Spanish Guitar

    Spanish Guitar (2000)

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    "Spanish Guitar" is the third single from Toni Braxton's third studio album, The Heat (2000). Released in 2000, the song was written by Diane Warren and produced by David Foster, the same team behind Braxton's 1996 smash hit "Un-Break My Heart". It was never released as a commercial single in the United States, causing the song to chart outside the top ninety-five of the Billboard Hot 100. This song remains a fan favorite as Braxton often performs the dance version live.


  23. Suddenly

    Suddenly

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    "Suddenly" is a song by American R&B singer–songwriter Toni Braxton, released internationally in February 2006 as the lead single from the European edition of her fifth studio album, Libra (2005). Written and produced by Richard Marx, it failed to make the charts anywhere. The track features Chris Botti on the trumpet, and was originally planned to appear on his 2005 album To Love Again: The Duets. Marx recorded this song as a duet with Braxton for his 2008 studio release Sundown and would later release it as a solo track on Now And Forever: The Ballads and yet as a different version on Beautiful Goodbye.


  24. Take This Ring

    Take This Ring (2005)

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    "Take This Ring" is a song by American R&B singer–songwriter Toni Braxton from her fifth studio album, Libra (2005). Written and produced by Rich Harrison and released as the album's third and final single in December 2005, the track contains a sample from The Meters' 1969 song "Here Comes the Meter Man". There is no music video for this song.


  25. The Time Of Our Lives

    The Time Of Our Lives (2006)

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    "The Time of Our Lives" is a song recorded by multinational operatic pop quartet Il Divo and American R&B singer Toni Braxton to serve as the official theme song for the 2006 FIFA World Cup football tournament. Written by Jörgen Elofsson and produced by Steve Mac, the song appears on the compilation album Voices from the FIFA World Cup (2006) and on the 2006 European re-release of Braxton's fifth studio album, Libra.


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