Toni Braxton is working on new music for fall that may be infused with reggae rhythms.
Toni recently told the Jamaican Observer that she was "doing some stuff with Sean Paul" for an as-yet untitled album, which is slated to drop in November.
But that’s not the only surprising island-inspired collaboration on the album, Toni said she also teamed up with Shaggy for a song called “Christmas in Jamaica.”
"I think I’ve reinvented [myself],” the sultry singer said of her forthcoming project, according to Singersroom.com. "It’s a lot of traditional stuff on the album, but I think people are going to be surprised cause I switched it a little bit, doing different things."
And, to keep things fresh, Toni has enlisted the help of Claude Kelly, Stargate and The Underdogs to produce some tracks for the album, which will be her first on Atlantic records.
– Sonya Eskridge