Tamar Braxton

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About Tamar Braxton

Tamar Braxton makes the difficult task of setting yourself apart from a pack of celebrity sisters seem like a breeze. The youngest of the singing Braxton clan, Tamar was born in 1977 in Severn, Maryland, where she and her siblings got their start in their father’s church choir. Though she showed off some of what she could do with her four-octave range on So Many Ways, her first album with The Braxtons in 1996, and Tamar, her 2000 solo debut album, it wasn’t until 2013’s Love and War that Braxton became an R&B powerhouse in her own right. A smooth and sultry collection that included collaborations with producers like Diplo and The Underdogs, Braxton’s second solo album debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard charts and garnered three Grammy nominations. On later albums such as 2015’s Calling All Lovers and 2017’s Bluebird of Happiness, Braxton applied her warm and nuanced vocal style to songs with the kind of grown-up take on love and sex heard in “If I Don’t Have You,” a hit that earned another Grammy nomination in 2016. The mix of polish and exuberance Braxton displays as a musical performer also comes in handy for her appearances on reality shows like Dancing with the Stars and Celebrity Big Brother, as well as the many TV endeavors featuring her family.

Severn, MD, United States
September 25, 1977

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