- Toni Braxton has listed her performance in South Africa as one of her favourites
- Her concerts in Cape Town and Johannesburg last year were sold out
- She is one of the highest-selling female R&B artists of all time so her words mean something more than most
Grammy award-winning R&B singer Toni Braxton has disclosed that some of her favourite performances were her live concerts in South Africa last year.
The 52 year old revealed during a Q&A session on Twitter last week that she enjoyed performing in the country, also listing Australia as one of her favourites.
Braxton performed in Cape Town and Johannesburg in 2019 as part of her As Long As I Live tour. The venues were sold out and the concert was a huge success with her fans enjoying her 90s R&B performance.
Tony Braxton is a huge R&B singer and has sold over 67 million records worldwide and is one of the highest-selling female R&B artists in history.
The songstress and reality star recently released her latest studio album titled Spell My Name with features from R&B sensation H.E.R and popular hip-hop star Missy Elliot.
She said on Twitter last week that she had even thought about retiring from music. But she found a way to bounce back.
"Years ago, I thought about retiring but I could never quit, it’s in my DNA."
Briefly.co.za recently reported on the release of Toni Braxton's latest album.
Toni Braxton dropped her 10th studio album titled Spell My Name. The new project consists of 10 tracks. The songstress only features rapper Missy Elliott and singer H.E.R on two of her songs.
Toni has been in the music industry since the 1990s but she still brings fire whenever she touches the mic. The stunner dropped the hot album today, 28 August. The R&B singer took to Instagram a few hours ago to remind her fans about the album. They took to her comment section to tell the star that they could not wait to listen to her soothing voice.
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