Grammy award winning R&B artist Toni Braxton declared Friday (July 31) she’ll discharge her tenth studio collection Spell My Name on Aug. 28 through Island Records.
Couple with the news, she discharged the single “Dance,” a nu-disco club-prepared banger that fills in as a cure for any shock, which R&B hitmaker Antonio Dixon (Beyoncé, Teddy Riley, Ariana Grande) delivered. She recently discharged the Dave Audé remix of “Dance,” which went No. 1 on the UK’s Commercial Pop Club graph.
The new single follows “Do It,” which crested at No. 3 on Billboard’s Adult R&B Songs outline fourteen days back and was remixed by Missy Elliott a month ago.
Spell My Name, which fans can pre-request here, is her first full-length collection since Sex and Cigarettes in 2018, which hit No. 4 on Billboard’s Top R&B Albums diagram. Tune in to “Dance” underneath.
Tune in to “Dance” off her forthcoming Spell My Name album beneath.
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