Toni Braxton‘s critically acclaimed album ‘Libra’ will finally be strutting its way onto streaming services – sixteen years after its release.
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Long demanded, the 2005 LP was released on Blackground Records. Hence, it was caught up in the chaos surrounding the label – which notably was at the center of high-profile spats with the likes of JoJo, Timbaland, and Tank.
Now, with the once-defunct imprint relaunching (and bringing with it Aaliyah and all its artists’ releases), ‘Libra’ is set for its much-anticipated streaming debut on October 1.
We gone show you how to party 😉 pic.twitter.com/mBLiB6b1sG
— Blackground Records 2.0 (@Blackground) August 5, 2021
Its release will aptly land in Libra season and a week before Braxton’s 54th birthday.
‘Libra’ is home to fan favorites such as ‘Please,’ ‘Trippin,’ and the Rich Harrison produced ‘Take This Ring.’