Tamar Braxton Announces New Album \"Vanished Into Thin Air\" Coming Soon
Tamar Braxton is ready to make a comeback with her new album \"Vanished Into Thin Air\", which she says will be her best work yet. The R&B singer took to Instagram to share the news with her fans, revealing that the album was previously completed but mysteriously disappeared.
\"Trust me putting out new music hasnât been easy for me- although an ENTIRE project was ready and then vanished into thin air \\uD83D\\uDC40 I want you all to be just a little bit more patient while I start over, put my heart and soul into my new found feelings, finally feeling free enough to sing about the old ones and create new, better, memories with you all!\" she wrote in a caption celebrating the 9th anniversary of her breakthrough album \"Love & War\".
Braxton did not reveal the release date or the tracklist of her new album, but she did tease a new song called \"Changed\", which samples SWV's classic \"Rain\". The song tells the tale of a love gone wrong and showcases Braxton's powerful vocals and emotive delivery. The song is available on streaming platforms now.
Braxton also announced that she will be hitting the road soon with fellow R&B stars Monica and Tevin Campbell for a tour that kicks off in October. Fans can expect to hear some of her new material as well as her hits from previous albums such as \"Bluebird of Happiness\", \"Calling All Lovers\" and \"Love & War\".
Braxton has been through a lot in the past few years, including a divorce, a suicide attempt and a legal battle with her former network. She has also been working on her reality show \"Queens Court\" with comedian TS Madison, where they dish on celebrity gossip and hot topics. Braxton said that she is in a better place now and ready to share her story through her music.
\"Iâm counting on your inspiration to make this next album magic All over againâ I love yâall and Iâm so grateful \\uD83D\\uDC99â\" she concluded.
Braxton has not explained how her album \"vanished into thin air\", but some fans have speculated that it could be due to a record label dispute, a producer mishap or a personal decision. Braxton was previously signed to RCA Records, but parted ways with them after \"Bluebird of Happiness\". She then announced that she was working on two albums, one gospel and one R&B, with different producers and collaborators.
Some of the names that Braxton mentioned were J. Drew Sheard, the son of gospel legend Karen Clark Sheard, and Jonathan McReynolds, a Grammy-nominated gospel singer. She also hinted at working with Missy Elliott, who produced her hit single \"The One\". Braxton said that she wanted to make music that reflected her faith and her growth as a woman and an artist.
However, it seems that something went wrong along the way and Braxton had to scrap her previous work and start from scratch. She has not given any details about the sound or the direction of her new album, but she has assured her fans that it will be worth the wait. She has also expressed her gratitude for their support and inspiration throughout her career. ec8f644aee