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Tamar Braxton

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Born in Severn, Maryland on March 17, 1977, Tamar Braxton is known for co-founding the R&B group The Braxtons with sisters Toni, Trina, and Towanda in 1990. Active until 1998 and briefly reforming in 2010, the female quartet recorded two moderately successful albums: So Many Ways (1996) and Braxton Family Christmas (2015). Apart from the flourishing career of sister Toni, who achieved numerous hits in the mid-1990s, Tamar Braxton pursued her own solo path in 2000 with the album Tamar (number 42 on the R&B charts), alongside multiple television appearances. In 2013, she signed with Epic Records, releasing Love and War in the same year, marking her biggest personal success, reaching second place on the Billboard 200 - its title track ranking at Number 1 on the Adult R&B charts for nine weeks. The singer, who has been awarded three Soul Train Awards and one BET Award, continued with the Christmas album Winter Loversland (2013), which achieved moderate success, followed by Calling All Lovers (2015) which climbed to number 2, earning her a Grammy nomination for single “If I Don’t Have You” with Bluebird of Happiness (2017) appearing two years later, seeing lead single “My Man” land at number 3. Following the track "Crazy Kind of Love," which featured in the movie True to the Game 2: Gena's Story, Braxton made a comeback in 2023 with the song "Changed," securing the number 2 spot on the US Adult R&B chart.