The top 10 best Tamar Braxton songs

15 Jun

Tamar Estine Braxton arrived in the world on March 17,1977. She grew up in a family steeped in religion and music. At a young age she started sing with her siblings in the church choir where their dad, Michael, was the pastor. By the time she was 13 Tamar and her 4 sisters; Trina, Toni, Traci, and Towanda; were about to get their first taste of the professional side of music when Arista Records came calling. The 5 Braxton sisters signed but due to the lack of success they were dropped from the record label after a year. Over the next few years Tamar would spend some time as a back-up singer but that was soon about to change.

In the mid 1990s Tamar and 3 of her sisters signed with Atlantic Records. Since that time Tamar has had a great career as singer, songwriter, actress, and television personality. In 2000 she embarked on a solo career that has seen her nominate for over a dozen awards and winning 4. In 2011-12 Tamar tried her hand with her first reality show “Braxton Family Values” that ran for 12 episodes. In 2015 she became a contestant on “Dancing with the Stars” and did well. Medical reasons would force her to leave the show and end up taking fifth place.

  1. The One”: Tamar is sweet, playful, and charming in the video of this song dedicated to her second husband Vincent Herbert. It has a great lively beat that will reach to the core of your being and have you moving & groovy out on the dance floor.
  1. Angels & Demons”: From her 2015 “Calling All Lovers” album comes the beautiful song about letting down your walls and taking a chance on love. There is a tropical sound that puts you in a romantic mood.
  1. Sound of Love”: Ms. Braxton co-wrote this song that speaks of that one special love that can make us feel the way no-one else can. The combination of Ms. Braxton’s voice, the attitude from the stomp beat, and the little quirky sound make for a song you will want to have in your collection.
  1. If You don’t wanna Love Me”: This is the song that launch Ms. Braxton on her solo career when it hit number 30 on Billbord’s hot R&B/Hip-hop chart in 2000. When listening to the song you can really hear the hurt & pain that comes with finding out the person you love does not care about you.
  1. Try Me”: A lovely gospel song about having faith in the one that will be there and give you strength to see you through hard times. The music has calming effect and Ms. Braxton’s voice has that soft quality that you feel warm & safe much like a parent holding their child and singing a lullaby.
  1. No Disrespect”: Ms. Braxton teams up with Missy Elliott to use music to speak about how women should be treated. The melody has a little attitude but is also sensual enough to make you want to hear it again.
  1. Hot Sugar”: Ms. Braxton shows us a different side of her as she raps her way through this fast paced song. The song is a great one to listen on those nights that you and your loved one are feeling in the mood.
  1. All the Way Home”: Tamar once again delivers a good griping song that has a message for all of us who have ever had an argument in our relationships. This time it is that we should take our time and think about giving it one more try before giving up.
  1. Your Room”: It is time to hold your sweetheart close as you sway to the beat of this song bout intimacy. The song has a slow, sensual melody it that makes it a great song for when you are with your loved one and want to let them know how you feel.
  1. She Can Have You”: You can hear the emotion in Ms. Braxton’s voice as she sings this sad song about finding the one you love is unfaithful and you left alone during the holidays. A song that tugs at your heartstrings when you need something to listen to when your down.

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