Toni Braxton has a lot more “Dance” left in her in the director’s cut to the second single from Spell My Name.
The extended edition of the Mike Ho-directed visual homes in on Braxton, dressed in an overly-fitted white pants suit, dancing on a platform with a league of dancers in black attire. The music of the upbeat breakup anthem is feeble, emphasizing the ambient noise heard on the set of a major video or film. The alternate clip also shows Braxton giving her unappreciative lover the middle finger at the end.
The original video version of “Dance” was released the week after the audio surfaced. The track followed the album announcement to her tenth studio work Spell My Name, which is available now. It features the number one single “Do It,” as well as its Missy Elliott-assisted remix.
Spell My Name, rated eight out of ten stars by Rated R&B, is an album where Braxton turned a woeful narrative of wallowing in love’s misery into a story of restoration. Read our entire review here.
Watch the director’s cut of “Dance” above.