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Ludacris / Bow Wow / Toni Braxton - It Wasn't Us / The Don, The Dutch / Let Me Show You album

Ludacris / Bow Wow / Toni Braxton - It Wasn't Us / The Don, The Dutch / Let Me Show You album
  • Performer Ludacris
  • Title It Wasn't Us / The Don, The Dutch / Let Me Show You
  • Date of release 2003
  • Other formats MP1 TTA WMA AIFF AU AUD ADX
  • Genre Rap
  • Size MP3 1534 mb
  • Size FLAC 1429 mb
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 438

Toni Braxton's official music video for 'Un-Break My Heart'. Don't leave me in all this pain Don't leave me out in the rain Come back and bring back my smile Come and take these tears away I need your arms to hold me now The nights are so unkind Bring back those nights when I held you beside me. Un-break my heart Say you'll love me again Undo this hurt you caused When you walked out the door And walked out of my life Un-cry these tears I cried so many nights Un-break my heart My heart".

Toni Braxton's official music video for 'He Wasn't Man Enough'. As featured on The Essential Toni Braxton.

Toni Braxton's official music video for 'How Many Ways'. I know That I need and I want and more Baby let me count the ways. How many ways, I love you Let me count the ways How many ways, I love you Let me cont the ways.

Other singles from the album included the double A-side "I Don't Want To"/"I Love Me Some Him" (which peaked at number one on the Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart) and "How Could an Angel Break My Heart;" this last featured Kenny G, with whom Braxton later toured. The album charted at number 1 on the US Heatseekers Albums on December 12, 2015. Braxton announced in an interview with Sway in the Morning on January 22, 2016 that she and Babyface will collaborate again with Love, Marriage & Divorce Pt. I. .On July 25, 2016, Braxton announced that she would be embarking on a tour in late 2016 titled "The Hits Tour" in North America. On October 3, five days before the first date of the tour Braxton was hospitalized due to complications with Lupus resulting in cancelling the first two dates of the tour.

Snowflakes is the fourth studio album by American singer Toni Braxton, released on October 23, 2001 by Arista Records. Her first Christmas album, its is a follow-up to her 2000 studio album The Heat. Snowflakes consists of eleven tracks, featuring five R&B–led original songs co-penned with her former husband Keri Lewis and longtime collaborator Babyface as well as several remixes and cover versions of Christmas standards and carols, one of which is a duet featuring recording artist Shaggy.

Don't you know that he was my man? But I chose to let him go So why do you act like I still care about him? Looking at me like I'm hurt When I'm the one who said I didn't want it to work Don't you forget I had him first. What you thinkin'? Stop blaming me He wasn't man enough for me If you don't know now here's your chance I've already had your man Do you wonder just where he's been, yeah? And not be worried about him Now it's time you know the truth I think he's just the man for you. What are you thinking?.

Toni Braxton delivers Libra nearly a decade after she busted up the R&B landscape with her gut-wrenching appeal, on 1996's Secrets, that a wayward lover un-break her heart. Back then, Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds was helming her records, and with his sound came a certain spun-silk smooth, wistful sensibility. In the industry today, most CD purchases are by teenagers and young adults. Yes the strings are strong, but Toni's voice is stronger. Ladies and gentlemen, let the whispering hip hoppers learn from this powerful voice as she sings this song, letting you know she still has the goods.

Tracklist

A1 Ludacris It Wasn't Us (Main Mix)
A2 Bow Wow The Don, The Dutch (L.P. Mix)
A3 Bow Wow The Don, The Dutch (Instrumental)
B1 Toni Braxton Let Me Show You (Main Mix)
B2 Toni Braxton Let Me Show You (Instrumental)
B3 Toni Braxton Let Me Show You (Acapella)

Notes

None of the artists appear on the release itself and were instead identified from the audio.

Likely released in 2003.