House of Hope is the second album by the American singer/songwriter Toni Childs, released in June 1991. It was Childs' second and final album for the A&M label. The album's title track was included in the 1991 film Thelma and Louise, and appeared on the film's soundtrack album.
Union is the debut album of the American singer/songwriter Toni Childs. Released in 1988, the album peaked at #63 in the US. Following its release, Childs was nominated for two Grammy Awards (for 'Best New Artist' and for 'Best Rock Vocal Performance (Female)' for the single "Don't Walk Away").
Pulse is the seventh studio album by American singer-songwriter Toni Braxton. It was released on May 4, 2010, by Atlantic Records. This is her first album in five years and serves as her debut for the Atlantic label, after signing a new record deal. Pulse features up-tempo songs and R&B ballads with production varying from smooth to dance-based styles. The album debuted at number 9 on the US Billboard 200. The album became Braxton's fifth US top-ten album, while it was produced by three singles, that achieved moderate chart success. Upon its release, Pulse received positive reviews from most music critics.
Artist Collection: Toni Braxton is the third greatest hits compilation by American R&B singer Toni Braxton, released in 2004 by BMG Heritage Records, exclusively released for South America. The compilation was released at the same time that "Platinum & Gold Collection" was released. In addition to her most famous hits, such as "Un-Break My Heart", "Breathe Again", "He Wasn't Man Enough" and others, the album collects some of Braxton's random tracks from her latest albums, "The Heat" (2000), "Snowflakes of Love" (2001) and "More Than a Woman" (2002).
More Than a Woman is the fifth studio album by American singer Toni Braxton, released on November 18, 2002 by Arista Records. Most of the songs were written by Braxton, her husband Keri Lewis, and her sister Tamar Braxton. The album debuted at number thirteen on the Billboard 200. It was certified gold on December 13, 2002.
Toni Braxton went through a lot in the years separating her star-making Toni Braxton and her 2000 comeback The Heat. Yes, she became a star, but she also went through a painful bankruptcy that delayed her sequel for years. Fortunately, you wouldn't be able to tell that there was so much behind-the-scenes drama from The Heat – it's a confident, assured, sexy effort that reaffirms Braxton's status as one of the finest contemporary mainstream soul singers. She may not be as street-smart as Mary J. Blige, nor does she push the boundaries of the genre the way TLC does, but she has a full, rich voice that instantly lends her songs a sense of maturity and sensuality, especially since she never, ever oversings…