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1. Toni Braxton & Babyface- “Hurt You”

Toni and Babyface reunited this year to collaborate on “Love, Marriage & Divorce” and their first single “Hurt You” is a testament to their undeniable chemistry. The highly anticipated disc is set to hit stores in February 2014. Needless to say, we can’t wait!

2. Toni Braxton- “How Could An Angel Break My Heart”

The Babyface penned track”How Could An Angel Break My Heart” features Kenny G on the saxophone. At the time of this single’s release, her album “Secrets” had reached eight-time platinum status by the RIAA.

3. Toni Braxton- “He Wasn’t Man Enough For Me”

Toni took an upbeat approach to the new millennium with the release of “He Wasn’t Man Enough For Me.” The spicy hit thrust Toni back into the game. The song had international success.

4. Toni Braxton- “How Many Ways”

Shemar Moore was Toni’s muse for the visuals behind “How Many Ways” off her “Toni Braxton” disc. The song was written and produced by sister Tamar Braxton’s hubby Vince Herbert. “1,2 I love you, 3,4 so much more, 5,6 I can’t get enough of this, 7, let me show that my love can you take you to heaven, 8,9,10 let’s start all over again,” she sings.

5. Toni Braxton- “Seven Whole Days”

Toni Braxton’s “Seven Whole Days” features her sisters Tamar, Towanda, Traci and Trina in the background of her video. The third single off her first disc “Toni Braxton” was ineligible to chart on the Billboard Hot 100, and only managed to chart on the Hot 100 Airplay at number forty-eight in early March 1994.

6. Toni Braxton- “I Love Me Some Him”

We knew the love was real when Toni said, “I Love Me Some Him.” Outside of the vulnerable lyrics, it’s a sweet song.

7. Toni Braxton- “You’re Making Me High”

“You’re Making Me High” gave Toni her first number one hit song in 1996. The “Secrets” track showed Toni in a sexier, more edgy light.

8. Toni Braxton- “Love Shoulda Brought You Home”

“Love Shoulda Brought You Home,” was a direct line from the 1992 film “Boomerang,” and became the iconic line for women everywhere. The single became a top forty hit on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 and her second consecutive top five hit on the U.S. Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs

9. Toni Braxton- “Another Sad Love Song”

“Another Sad Love Song” was the first official single from Toni Braxton’s self-titled debut album, “Toni Braxton” and because of that it ranks high on our list.

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