New Music: ‘My Man’ by Tamar Braxton
Tamar Braxton quietly released a new single last night. The Braxton Family Values star debuted My Man via Instagram, along with a photo of her parents, Evelyn and Conrad Braxton. Tamar later told fans the song wasn’t so much about her parents, as it was women in general who have endured the pain of a broken marriage.
Tamar Braxton Signs to eOne Music
Singer Tamar Braxton has left Epic Records. According to Billboard, Tamar, 40, has signed a new deal with eOne Music to release her upcoming fifth solo album. Tamar’s previous three albums: Calling All Lovers, Winter Loversland and Love and War were all released in conjunction with Streamline Records, a boutique label distributed by Interscope and owned in part by Tamar’s husband Vincent Herbert.
Tamar Braxton Signs to Pantheon Talent Agency
Tamar Braxton is looking to spread her wings. Via published reports, The Braxton Family Values star recently agreed to be repped by Pantheon, a talent agency that has divisions in theatrical, literary, commercial and print advertising. After being unceremoniously dropped as co-host of The Real last year, Tamar recently spoke to Billboard about diversifying her brand as an artist. In addition to debuting her own talk show this year, Tamar says she’s also planning on writing a book, expanding her clothing line and branching out into acting like big sister Toni.
Singer Tamar Braxton Preps New Album Release
Tamar Braxton is prepping for the release of her fourth solo album. Via a now deleted post on Instagram, Tamar initially took aim at reckless bloggers for reporting false stories about her, before then revealing plans to release new music “soon.” Describing her upcoming project as being “hot like perm sitting on your head too long,” Tamar went on to thank her fans for their unwavering support and promised to not disappoint with her new music.
Premiering Next Fall: The Tamar Braxton Show
Are you guys ready for the Tamar Braxton Show? Just four months after being fired as one of the co-hosts of The Real, singer Tamar Braxton has seemingly bounced back, landing her own daytime talk show. Tamar’s chat fest will reportedly debut in the fall of 2017, and feature a rotating cast of co-hosts, both male and female.