Next week, Traci Braxton will release her debut album “Crash & Burn” via eOne Music. While the lead single “Last Call” is on its way to re-entering the top 20 on urban AC radio, Braxton is allowing her fans to stream “Crash & Burn” before it hits stores.
In a recent interview, Braxton revealed how her debut album came about. ” ‘Crash & Burn’ came from a song I have on the album called ‘Crash & Burn,'” she said. “And the words say ‘If I fall then let me fall/ Even in I crash and burn/ I will be shooting for the stars/ Even if I come back down to earth.’ I’m basically talking about relationships. And in relationships you have that significant other that is right behind you all the way…they always want to be there.”
“Crash & Burn” will feature 11 tracks, including a duet with Raheem DeVaughn called “Stay Sippin.”
Stream Traci Braxton’s “Crash & Burn” album below.
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