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Love and War

by Tamar Braxton

Love and War by Tamar Braxton

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Love and War

by Tamar Braxton

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Label: Epic/Streamline Records
It took Tamar Braxton 13 years to release a follow-up to her self-titled solo album, but Love and War will sell much better than that inauspicious debut, thanks to the hit title track. She has remade herself as a Keyshia Cole-styled diva whose alpha-woman attitude barely masks her vulnerability. Faint traces of that earlier, would-be urban pop self remain in "One on One Fun," but these are the weaker cuts; she sounds more convincing on ballads like "The One," "All the Way Home" and "Where It Hurts" that give her the chance to unleash that brassy, operatic voice.

About This Album

It took Tamar Braxton 13 years to release a follow-up to her self-titled solo album, but Love and War will sell much better than that inauspicious debut, thanks to the hit title track. She has remade herself as a Keyshia Cole-styled diva whose alpha-woman attitude barely masks her vulnerability. Faint traces of that earlier, would-be urban pop self remain in "One on One Fun," but these are the weaker cuts; she sounds more convincing on ballads like "The One," "All the Way Home" and "Where It Hurts" that give her the chance to unleash that brassy, operatic voice.

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About This Album

It took Tamar Braxton 13 years to release a follow-up to her self-titled solo album, but Love and War will sell much better than that inauspicious debut, thanks to the hit title track. She has remade herself as a Keyshia Cole-styled diva whose alpha-woman attitude barely masks her vulnerability. Faint traces of that earlier, would-be urban pop self remain in "One on One Fun," but these are the weaker cuts; she sounds more convincing on ballads like "The One," "All the Way Home" and "Where It Hurts" that give her the chance to unleash that brassy, operatic voice.