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Brandy To Be Featured On VH1's "Behind The Music"

Brandy is truly close to nabbing that comeback that she has been needing to get her music career back on track. In addition to numerous movies and TV shows that she has dominated in lately; Brandy will be the subject of an upcoming episode of VH1's "Behind The Music" show. Read more below:

“Behind The Music: Brandy” will chronicle the Grammy Award-winning artist from her days as young girl singing in her church choir to flourishing into a successful musician and actress. It will also follow Brandy’s trials and tribulations, both personally and professionally, and illustrating how she re-emergered as a dynamic, hit-making musical recording artist with a successful acting career. At the tender age of 18, Brandy found herself dealing with the high costs of fame, maintaining her “perfect” image, all the while balancing her career as a musician and coping with the pressures of starring in her hit TV series “Moesha.”

During this period, Brandy suffered life-altering tragic events, which are chronicled in this “Behind the Music” special. Raising her daughter as a single mom and serving as a role model in her community via her Norwood Kids Foundation, which supports music and the performing arts in public schools, Brandy is on top of her game and currently in the studio working on her debut album for RCA/Chameleon Records set for release later this spring, as well as being a go-to actress for several TV and film roles including her upcoming role in Tyler Perry’s film “The Marriage Counselor,” as well as her roles on “90210,” BET’s scripted series “The Game” and serving as a mentor on the reality TV talent show for kids entitled “Majors and Minors.”

In addition to the dramatic storytelling that made “Behind The Music” a worldwide hit, the series will feature originally shot footage of each artist at work today, anchoring each story in the current day and connecting the past with the present.

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Brandy is currently has likely just finished filming the video for her collaboration with Monica; "It All Belongs To Me".
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