Six-time Grammy winner and multi-platinum recording artist Toni Braxton
makes her feature film debut with Kingdom Come
. The sultry-voiced Braxton burst onto the scene with the pop/r&b smash ballad Love Shoulda Brought You Home
from the soundtrack of Boomerang
Her self-titled 1993 debut spawned five Top Ten hits and sold 10 million copies world-wide. She followed that album with the 1996 release of Secrets which sold 7 million copies domestically and 3 million internationally. Secrets yielded several hits including You're Making Me High, Un-break My Heart, and earned her two more Grammys.
Braxton's current release, her first in four years, The Heat, debuted at #2 on the pop charts and spawned the #1 single He Wasn't Man Enough which recently won her a Grammy for best female R&B vocal performance. Braxton, Rodney Jerkins, Kenneth Babyface Edmonds and others produced the album containing 12 tracks, eight of which Braxton wrote or co-wrote.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2002.
Toni Braxton Facts
|Toni Braxton: The Movie Event|
|Toni Braxton: Unbreak My Heart|
|You Run Your Mouth, I'll Run My Business|
|Toni Got a Ditty!|
|I Love L.A.|
|Back to Braxton Business|
|Toni's New Doo-Wop Chick|
|Michael McDonald: Live|