Fans of Braxton Family Values know that Tamar had big dreams of stardom before her breakthrough album, Love & War.
Now, after years of both struggles and success, the singer is hanging it up.
The mother of one revealed her latest album, Blue Bird of Happiness, on Instagram, along with a caption letting fans know it would be her last project.
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Tamar had her first break with her sisters as a member of The Braxtons back in 1990, releasing their debut album, So Many Ways, as a trio in 1996.
Four years later, the singer signed her first solo deal with DreamWorks Records, dropping the self-titled Tamar the same year. Unfortunately, she was dropped shortly after.
Braxton returned to music with 2013’s Love & War, which was her first commercially successful album, followed by her Christmas album and Calling All Lovers.
Her final album will be released September 29th.
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