Tamar Braxton has made a comeback, releasing her first single in six years, “Changed,” on her 46th birthday. Braxton, a Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter, produced the single under her Tamar Braxton Productions label in association with London indie label Platform Records. The track features a melody borrowed from SWV’s “Rain” and tells the story of a fraudulent lover who failed to live up to his hype. Braxton’s last album, Bluebird of Happiness, was released in 2017, and since then, she has only released music for soundtracks or features. “Changed” is part of her upcoming album, and Braxton plans to perform it during her spot dates, including the R&B Diva Powerhouse Fest in Columbia, South Carolina, and the R&B Experience Tour.
Braxton’s fans are eagerly awaiting the release of her upcoming untitled album. The singer has promised that the project will be her “super best work yet,” and it is expected to showcase her signature soulful sound and emotional lyricism.
In addition to her music career, Braxton has also been making waves in the entertainment industry as a co-host on Dish Nation and as a co-star on the new dating show Queens Court. Her engagement to series finalist Jeremy “JR” Robinson was a highlight of the show’s finale and has been the talk of social media.
With her return to music and her continued success in television, Braxton is proving that she is a force to be reckoned with in the entertainment industry. Fans can look forward to hearing more from the talented singer and songwriter in the coming months as she continues to make her mark on the music world.