Deadwood

First Single from Seven-Time Grammy Award Winner’s Forthcoming Sex And Cigarettes Album Due Early 2018
14 SEPTEMBER 2017 (Toronto, ON) — Seven-time GRAMMY Award winner Toni Braxton releases her new single, entitled Deadwood,via Def Jam/Universal Music Canada, the country’s leading music company. Co-written by Braxton, Fred Ball, Royce Doherty and Kwame Ogoo, the song was recorded at Fred’s Shed, Abbey Road and by Steve Fitzmaurice at Eastcoate Studios. Fred Ball produced the single and Braxton and Paul Boutin co-produced the vocals. It . With a video directed by Bille Woodruff in Los Angeles, Deadwood is the first music to be released from Braxton’s forthcoming album, Sex and Cigarettes, which is scheduled for an early 2018 release.

Also scheduled for early next year, Braxton will star in the upcoming Lifetime movie Faith Under Fire as Antoinette Tuff, a struggling single mom from Georgia who heroically prevented a tragedy, potentially saving hundreds of lives, when she convinced a deranged gunman who stormed an elementary school to surrender. The picture is based on the book “Prepared for a Purpose: An Inspiring True Story of Faith, Courage and Compassion in Crisis” by Tuff and Alex Tresniowski.

About Toni Braxton:
The distinctive, sultry vocals of seven-time Grammy Award®-winning recording artist Toni Braxton – singer, songwriter, record producer, actress and philanthropist – have been celebrated internationally ever since she was first introduced to the world by Babyface and L.A. Reid in 1992.  Her self-titled debut album released the next year was a 10 million-selling phenomenon that generated Toni’s first Grammys® in 1994, for Best New Artist and Best Female R&B Vocal (Another Sad Love Song).  The album’s longevity led Toni to win her second Best Female R&B Vocal Grammy® the following year (for Breathe Again).  Her second album, Secrets arrived in ’96, and history repeated itself with 15 million worldwide sales.  At the Grammy Awards® in 1997, Toni became only the second woman in history (beside Dionne Warwick) to win Best Female Pop Vocal (Un-break My Heart) and Best Female R&B Vocal (You’re Makin’ Me High) in the same year.  She returned to the Grammy® podium in 2001, to claim another Best Female R&B Vocal award (He Wasn’t Man Enough, from the double-platinum album The Heat).  In 2015, Toni won a Grammy for Best R&B Album, for Love, Marriage & Divorce‘s duet outing with Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds.
Into the millennium, Toni blossomed into an acting career with Broadway musical roles in Beauty and the Beast and Aida, and a dramatic turn in the Lifetime movie Twist of Faith.  She and her sisters currently enjoy huge success in Braxton Family Values, one of WE TV’s flagship reality series, returning for its sixth season. Raising her two sons Denim and Diezel, Toni balances her career demands with the high priorities of family, health, public service, and charity work, particularly on behalf of the two diseases that have impacted her family directly: she is living with Lupus and her youngest child is living with Autism.  Early detection and intervention has helped both Braxtons to be role models on how to live normal lives with these conditions.  Toni is also a proud spokesperson for Autism Speaks.

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