Tamar Braxton isn’t letting her split from Vince Herbert keep her out of the spotlight.
Tonight, the R&B belter makes her return to the live circuit on ‘The Great Xscape Tour’ alongside Monica, June’s Diary, and headliners Xscape.
Before then, she styled and profiled for Vulkan Magazine.
Beyond blazing the pages of the Canadian publication, she also sat down for an interview.
Interestingly, she seized the moment to reveal that – despite touting recent release ‘Bluebird Of Happiness’ as her “last album” – it may very well not be.
Pics and quotes after the jump…
Tamar On Not Retiring:
I’m not saying that I’m never going to do another album, but as for right now, this feels right and until I have something else to say I am not going to do another one. And I have Bluebird of Happiness to thank for that. It’s about finding your wings, being 40 and taking risks and jumping into my destiny.
Tamar On Her Next Steps:
There are a lot of things going on behind the scenes and not necessarily in front of the camera. Television is something that I fell in love with and for me, it is the most satisfying. I love to give other people opportunities, hear other people’s stories. I love to interview people, find out their background, find out what makes them excited about life. That is what makes me excited about getting up in the morning and going to work. I’m still doing the Braxtons and Tamar and Vince is wrapping up but I do have two other shows in production.
Tamar On How The Xscape Tour Came About:
Well, everybody knows that Tiny and myself have been friends for a really long time and although we kinda had a public fallout, a fallout that wasn’t even that serious, but other people made it more than it was, they had the opportunity to go on tour and Xscape reached out to my agent and said they got to have me on their tour. At that time I was thinking about doing a Bluebird of Happiness tour but they called a couple of times and and because they came to me with the idea of making it a female empowerment tour, I was down. It was so beautiful, I had to put the Bluebird of Happiness tour on pause and do it afterward and to be honest, this is the best decision I have made in a really long time… one of them.
In any case, we wish Tamar the best moving forward.