Brandy surprised her fans this morning by tweeting the tweet: On my way to the set of “the game” in ATL! God Is Great! #ChardonnayPitts#twoeleven No word set on the story line for Chardonnay on this season of “The Game”. However, its awesome to know Brandy is back on the set. Check out an image of :
Brandy stopped by Detroit for her Midwest Album Release party where she interacted with fans and perfomed ‘Put It Down‘ and her newest single ‘Wildest Dreams.’ Check out video from the historic event below.
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Check out Brandy interviewing with Radio One. In the 10-minute-plus interview (based on questions submitted via text, Twitter & message board posts on Friday), Brandy discusses: her motivation for focusing on dancing more this time around facing her own stage fright the overwhelming response for the new album “Two Eleven” the possible choices for the :
Music Xclusives caught up with R&B superstar Brandy backstage at BET’s 106 & Park on the day of her new album, Two Eleven release to discuss her comeback to music, collaborating with Chris Brown on her Top 10 urban single, “Put It Down,” as well as “Slower,”performing for a sold out show at the Best Buy Theater in NYC, eyeing to work withKelly Rowland, Dawn Richard, Beyonce, and Sade in the near future. She also tells :
Brandy Norwood helped reinvent the sound of R&B when she was just 15: Her self-titled debut as Brandy came out in 1994. She also starred in the television show Moesha and won a Grammy for “The Boy Is Mine,” her 1998 duet with singer Monica. Brandy’s most impressive distinction? She can honestly say that the late, great Whitney :