This is one we’ve all been sitting tight for!
She’s back! Following a multi-year break from music, Brandy has ventured back on the scene with her seventh studio collection B7. Watching her experience childhood at the center of attention, we have all observed the heights she can take us to musically. 2020 has been loaded with many good and bad times as we know, however music has been the main thing keeping our rational soundness unblemished during these difficult times. Brandy could not have dropped this album at a superior time. Honestly, it is a much-needed refresher to hear her voice on wax once more, catching our attention with grace and unique style with each record.
In a recent one-on-one interview with Beats 1 Zane Lowe, the Grammy award winning, multi-platinum selling artist talked about how she needed to approach making this undertaking:
I felt like I wanted to just be as honest as possible with this new project. I wanted to approach this new project like if this was my last chance, if this was my last shot at creating music like what would this project be about? What would it sound like? Would I just bear it all? Would I just tell my story as deep as I can tell it? And I wanted to of course stay true to R&B, but at the same time, go outside of the box.
With B7 being an extremely profound and intimate album, Brandy’s conveyance is on point and greets us wholeheartedly into her space. The music project was discharged under her own label imprint Brand Nu, Inc.
Checking in at 45-minutes in total duration, the 15-track collection highlights Chance The Rapper, super producer Hit-Boy, Canadian vocalist and lyricist Daniel Caesar, her own daughter Sy’rai, R&B/hip-hop producer Darhyl “DJ” Camper, the adaptable and Grammy-selected producer Jeff “Gitty” Gitelman among others.
Listen carefully to Brandy’s most recent contribution below and be a great Samaritan by spreading this audio masterpiece.
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