The woes of the music industry did not escape Toni Braxton.
Sep 6, 2023
Burna Boy debatably has one of the songs of the summer on his hands with “Last Last,” a single off of his highly anticipated album “Love, Damini.” What’s more, the Afrobeats star recently revealed just how much the hit’s standout sample is costing him.
Jul 5, 2022
Toni Braxton has been taking people on a musical journey for decades. Her sultry sound laced on tracks like “Un-Break My Heart,” to “Breathe Again,” to even her upbeat hit “You’re Making Me High” — the Grammy-award-winning artist has been a constant staple in R&B music. Braxton has expanded her brand and career to include reality television with her sisters on Braxton Family Values. While she has never veered too far away from the space in music that cemented her legacy in the industry, she is open to stepping outside the box to expand her influence. By leveraging her extensive music career and the inclusion of her likeness through reality television, the “Love Should Have Brought You Home Last Night” singer recently partnered with Accelerate360. As reported by AfroTech, the collaboration is set to propel the expansion of TMB Beauty’s brainchildren, including vegan skincare line Nude Sugar, debut fragrance BREATHE, and onboarding beauty lines. It makes sense that Braxton is a...
Jun 17, 2022
Toni Braxton ’s beauty enterprise has received support to foster continued growth. According to a press release, the Grammy Award-winning singer will join forces with Accelerate360 to propel the expansion of TMB Beauty’s brain children which include vegan skincare line Nude Sugar, debut fragrance BREATHE, and onboarding beauty lines.
May 3, 2022
The Braxton sisters have been entertaining audiences for nearly 40 years. But what most people don’t know is, in the beginning, they weren’t commercially successful. In 1990, the Braxton sisters — as a collective — were signed to Arista Records, CheatSheet reports. Their first single barely cracked the Top 100 on the Billboard R&B singles list, and according to The Los Angeles Times, it was difficult to market the group because there was such a difference in their ages. Toni Braxton then became the breakout star as a solo artist. She signed to L.A. Reid and Babyface’s LaFace Records. Toni later became an R&B superstar who sold millions of records worldwide. “We did a showcase in L.A. and [LaFace Records co-founder Kenneth] ‘Babyface’ [Edmonds] signed me,” Toni Braxton said, according to The Los Angeles Times. “They’d just signed TLC so they weren’t looking for another girl group, and my sisters said, ‘You sign with Babyface and then you come and help us.'” She continued: “What a...
Jan 31, 2022