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Babyface, Toni Braxton Album Pushed Back, Pharrell Gives Beyonce' Album Update

Another one bites the dust. The collaborative effort between Babyface and Toni Braxton, Love, Marriage, and Divorce has been pushed back until February 4. The album was originally scheduled to be released this December. The album features the single Hurt You. Those surprised say "I"!

I guess a push back was inevitable for Babyface and Toni Braxton. R&B albums get pushed back a dozen times before they make their final release date.

Don't be surprised by this next story. Pharrell has spoken out about Beyonce's new album saying the singer is a "perfectionist" and the album will be out when its "ready". Whatever that means! Hopefully Beyonce' fans can look forward to a new album sometime next year.

I'm not the biggest Beyonce' fan so with that being said I'm not all that pressed about a new album but I did like her last album, 4 so I'm interested in seeing what she has in store this time around.

Another album to look forward to is a new album from TLC. The duo talked about their collaboration with Lady GaGa titled Posh Life. The song was originally written with Dallas Austin(producer for TLC) with TLC in mind. Lady GaGa demoed the song before turning it over to TLC for their own upcoming album. Sounds interesting. Can't wait to hear that.

Someone who has worked with TLC over the years is Kandi Burruss(The Real Housewives of Atlanta). Word is that she and boyfriend Todd Tucker has gotten married in Mexico. There were rumors suggesting that the two were no longer engaged. Kandi had been seen around town not wearing her engagement ring at one time. Also the super trailer for season 6 of The Real Housewives of Atlanta looks like there is some drama between Kandi and Todd so we'll see how that turns out. Anyway congrats to Kandi and Todd!
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