Three years after releasing her duets album with Babyface (Love, Marriage & Divorce) Toni Braxton is ready to shift the focus back on her solo career. The legendary R&B singer has announced her eighth studio album will be called Sex and Cigarettes and is slated to arrive in early 2018.
“I feel like I’m older and want to say what I feel. I don’t want to be censored,” Braxton told The Insider.
The album’s first single is titled “Deadwood” and will be Braxton’s first song to ever have a parental advisory warning label. Braxton recently shot the video for her forthcoming single and gushed over the leading man.
“There is a guy in the video who is super sexy and I think we will be seeing a lot of him. He’s great eye candy,” she said.
Sex and Cigarettes will be Braxton’s first solo project to release in over seven years. Her previous album, Pulse, released in 2010 on Atlantic Records.
Watch Toni Braxton chat about her upcoming album below.