‘New Moon’: Brandy Wows With New Arrangements of ‘I Wanna Be Down,’ ‘What About Us,’ & More in Audible Audiobook

Published: Sunday 4th Dec 2022 by Rashad

Simply put; Brandy‘s ‘A New Moon’ audiobook is nothing short of a masterpiece.

Via Audible’s ‘Words+Music’ series, the Vocal Bible pens yet another chapter to her inspiring discography by unintentionally gifting her fans (affectionately called #STARZ) with the live album they’ve been wanting for years.

When not offering heartfelt words reflecting on her storied life and career (including chasing the success of her early career, falling out of love with music, and so much more), the GRAMMY winner left jaws ajar with all new arrangements for some of her greatest hits including ‘I Wanna Be Down,’ ‘What About Us,’ ‘Almost Doesn’t Count,’ ‘Full Moon,’ and many more.

Released Friday (December 2), hear the hourlong set inside.

*Click below to listen*

The updated take on the tunes will undoubtedly ramp up anticipation for the R&B diva’s next studio album, which will be released next year courtesy of Motown Records.

Click here to learn more.

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  1. marilyn monh-O-E ® 👠(#1 DIVA) December 4, 2022

    ain’t nobody got time for this Alien eyes freak 👽

    • Pynk December 4, 2022

      Clearly you do hence being the first clown to post. Bye dumb ass.

  2. marilyn monh-O-E ® 👠(#1 DIVA) December 4, 2022

    Diva is watching Dahmer on Netflix. OMG! It’s so funny to see all the Black gay men are running away Jeffrey Dahmer💅🏾😂🤣😂 like dead ass 💀 this is like a gay version of get out

  3. Deniro December 4, 2022

    Flop Monica lesser

    • Truth December 5, 2022

      Why you so pressed to introduce Queen Monica’s name in threads unassociated to her

      Keep her marinated in your thoughts and concerns, Chile

  4. Chinadoll December 4, 2022

    I love how she reworks her classics. New background vocals &Never performing her music the same way twice.

  5. eric December 4, 2022

    I wouldn’t call it a new arrangement. I hear the same songs with live instruments. I would expect a change in tempo, key, etc. when I hear “new arrangement.”

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