Toni Braxton loses rights to 27 hit songs

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    Toni Braxton may be valuing her new music a lot more with all that she is losing.

    Back in 2010, Toni filed bankruptcy, which led to her losing the copyrights to some of her songs. She made a deal where she could buy back 27 of her hit songs in an auction as long as no one outbid her $20,000 offer.

    According to TMZ.com, a man named Ross M. Klein doubled her bid, winning the rights those 27 songs, including “How Many Ways,” “You’re Making Me High” and “Always.”

    Not only did Toni lose her songs, but her divorce from Keri Lewis of Mint Condition was also finalized after almost four years of separation. The couple had been married for 12 years and gave no explanation for splitting up back in November 2009.

    Toni announced last month that she was heading back into the studio to work on her eighth solo album with producer Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds. Hopefully her troubles will inspire some new hits to replace the ones she lost.

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