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Toni Braxton to Release 10th Album ‘Spell My Name’ Next Month, Drops ‘Dance’ Single

Grammy award-winning R&B artist Toni Braxton announced Friday (July 31) she’ll release her 10th studio album Spell My Name on Aug. 28 via Island Records.

In tandem with the news, she released the single “Dance,” a nu-disco club-ready banger that serves as an antidote for any heartbreak, which R&B hitmaker Antonio Dixon (Beyoncé, Teddy Riley, Ariana Grande) produced. She previously released the Dave Audé remix of “Dance,” which went No. 1 on the UK’s Commercial Pop Club chart.

The new single follows “Do It,” which peaked at No. 3 on Billboard’s Adult R&B Songs chart two weeks ago and was remixed by Missy Elliott last month.

Spell My Name, which fans can pre-order here, is her first full-length album since Sex & Cigarettes in 2018, which hit No. 4 on Billboard’s Top R&B Albums chart. Listen to “Dance” below.

Listen to “Dance” off her upcoming Spell My Name album below.

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