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  1. According to TMZ, Brandy is currently recovering in a Los Angeles hospital after having a seizure. Brandy was reportedly rushed to the hospital on Tuesday night by EMS, but she is anticipated to make a full recovery. Brandy Hospitalized for Possible Seizure After Medical Incident at L.A. Home T.CO Singer Brandy is recovering in an L.A. hospital after suffering a seizure ... TMZ has learned.
  2. One week after responding to Jack not knowing Brandy and Ray J were siblings in a tweet, she took it a step further by releasing a freestyle responding to Harlow over his own single “First Class.”
  3. Not Mariah doing this live stream wearing a ball gown in a hot tub
  4. I want to start a weekly music thread that focuses on Artists and their legacies. I have been thinking about this for a while, but I wasn’t sure how it would be executed and received. You can think of these as a #Justice4 but less album or song focused and more artist + legacy focused. I will throw in an album that is overlooked that has gems for folks to check out. Let me know what your thoughts are on Music Vault Wednesdays. With that said, my love for music goes deep and someone that I don’t listen to enough that I used to get down to A LOT in the 90’s needs to be talked about. Since we are coming off this artist’s recent Verzuz episode and she just released her seventh studio album B7, so I want to focus on the R&B legend: Brandy. I remember being a kid and finding Brandy’s first self-titled CD Brandy in my Aunts’ room. She caught me dancing to Baby and laughed at me then let me keep it. If Brandy’s song I Wanna Be Down doesn’t get you in the mood then I have to question your taste in “get down” music. Brandy’s self-titled debut earned her rave reviews and two Grammy nominations. After her debut she contributed to the iconic Waiting to Exhale Soundtrack and dropped the vibey Sittin Up In My Room which became a favorite to listen to while I day dreamed on my top bunk. Brandy went on to star in her own sitcom Moesha which ran for six consecutive seasons. She was even handpicked to be the first black Cinderella and starred with The Legendary Whitney Houston who played her Fairy Godmother. After Moesha wrapped up and the premier of Cinderella fizzled, Brandy dropped her second studio album Never Say Never which consisted of one of the most iconic singles to date The Boy is Mine a duet with Monica and Have You Ever. The Boy is Mine hit number one and stayed there for thirteen weeks. The crazy thing is that Brandy and Monica performed this song once and then one more time years later. In 2002 Brandy dropped her third album Full Moon which became one of her last most successful albums. She dropped the bop What about Us? And title track Full Moon and He Is as singles, but the latter did not see much success. Later in 2004 Brandy dropped Afrodisiac and dropped singles Talk about our love, Who is She 2 U and self-titled track Afrodisiac. The album is labeled a flop by many, but it has MANY bops and it was actually mishandled by her management and label which subsequently led her to part ways with her management and later with Atlantic Records. Art is subjective and some love her album Human, but personally I feel its passable, so I won’t talk about it. Eventually in 2012 Brandy came to her senses and released Two Eleven which is the album I want to praise. She dropped her first single It All Belongs to Mewith Monica which was a bop but it doesn’t do the album justice. Songs like So Sick & Do You Know What You Have? helped me get through a bad break up and you can tell helped Brandy heal too. Other songs like Let Me Go and Slower remind you why Brandy became so big and throw you back into her debut. Her ballads Hardly Breathing & Paint This House move you and are a testament to Brandys unique voice. I think the issue with the album was her single Put It Down with the problematic Chris Brown. It’s a bop but his image has never recovered since the Rihanna incident and anyone that isn’t a man that collaborates with Brown seems to suffer. Brandy recently released B7 and I’ve listened to it a few times. Its good, but I feel Two Eleven is better. The standout tracks on B7 are Unconditional Oceans, High Heels, No Tomorrow and Love Again. What are some of your favorite Brandy performances & songs? What’s your favorite Brandy album? Let me know your thoughts!
  5. Brandy and Monica went head to head on Verzuz in a hit-for-hit battle. They touched on their former feud and their rekindled friendship. “I really am a straight shooter and I really do admire what you do musically,” Monica said. Brandy responded, “I just need you to know that I have the utmost love and respect for you, no matter the times where it seemed like I didn’t.” The rounds: Highlights:
  6. I know EVERYONE has been waiting for this day and here it is. The best show of all time starring K Fed's ex and the mega star Brandy is finally on Netflix. Ready for the BH Moesha Netflix watch party? PS stream Full Moon on whatever you stream music on.
  7. Brandy dropped a new song titled "Rather Be" from her forthcoming seventh studio album, appropriately titled B7. It's a smooth mid-tempo track that's as lush as it is effortless. “I felt like I wanted to just be as honest as possible with this new project,” Brandy told Apple Music’s Zane Lowe of the new music. “I wanted to approach this project like if this was my last chance, if this was my last shot at creating music, what would this project be about? What would it sound like? Would I just bare it all? Would I tell my story as deep as I could tell it? And I wanted to, of course, stay true to R&B but at the same time go outside of the box.” She also revealed the albums tracklist. Check that out plus the new tune below: 1. “Saving All My Love” 2. “Unconditional Oceans” 3. “Rather Be” 4. “All My Life, Pt. 1” 5. “Lucid Dreams” 6. “Borderline” 7. “No Tomorrow” 8. “Say Something” 9. “All My Life, Pt. 2” 10. “I am More” 11. “High Heels” (Brandy & Sy’rai) 12. “Baby Mama” feat. Chance the Rapper 13. “All My Life” 14. “Love Again” (Brandy & Daniel Caesar) 15. “Bye Bipolar” Related:
  8. Brandy dropped her new album, B7, her first formal release since 2012's Two Eleven. She says her favorite song on the album, “Borderline,” which channels “Angel in Disguise” from her 1998 album Never Say Never. On “Unconditional Oceans” she taps into an electro-soul vibe. "I believe that music heals. Music is the language that we all speak. It is what we all need, and I feel like we need it more now than we ever have," Brandy says. "This is the year where we all need to feel like we have something to get us through. ... I was a little hesitant with putting out music in this time because, of course, you want to speak to the times. And I'm thinking, "My music is not about exactly what's going on right now." But then I thought, "But this is the time where people need to feel like they have something to just escape and just help them heal." ... So that's what made me feel better about releasing [the album]. She added: "And I think that we don’t want to feel alone. We need to feel community, we need to feel togetherness, we need to feel love right now. And I think music is the best way to feel that. It’s the shortcut to feeling that right away." Listen below. Exhale, favorite song?!
  9. Lately I've been thinking about some of my favorite movies featuring great performances from Black pop stars. Obviously the late, great Whitney Houston comes to mind right away. The Bodyguard, Waiting to Exhale, The Preacher's Wife. Whitney wowed us as a leading lady in The Bodyguard and her performance broke barriers at the time. Even though she faced criticism from film critics, it's safe to say some of her movies have undoubtedly stood the test of time. Mariah has been cast in some very impressive dramatic roles in Lee Daniels films Precious and The Butler. Justice For Glitter! Beyonce in Dreamgirls and The Lion King. Janet Jackson (Miss Jackson if you're nasty) in Poetic Justice Diana Ross, Janelle Monae, Aaliyah, Will Smith. The list goes on... I'm curious what some of your fave crossover performances are. Let's discuss!
  10. Brandy has officially launched her Untitled 7th studio album with a fundraiser single featuring probably one of the best rappers out there (and a guy who always praises on being an independent act himself Chance the Rapper). "Baby Mama" talks about, in a positive way, that she is both the father and the mother in her child's eye. This is Brandy at 41 embracing the fact that her child was indeed born out of wedlock. She struggled with that for years due to her father being a pastor and her own momager... basically forcing her to lie to keep her squeaky clean image - which was rare for the African American music stars to have an artist that wasn't threatening or a very controversial sexualized image. That many teens from that era in music, Mýa and several others have revealed, they were forced to act a certain way and sing songs that they really shouldn't be singing or had no idea what they were talking about because none of them had that experience. Most wanted to follow the Brandy mold, but executives and music politics wanted more Aaliyah type stars. Enjoy the vocal bible acknowledging her mistakes, her past and her present.
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