GOTTA MOVE ON” MOST ADDED SONG OF THE WEEK ON ADULT R&B RADIO
(October 23, 2020 Los Angeles, CA) – Today, multimillion-selling R&B/pop pioneer and 7x GRAMMY® Award-winner, Toni Braxton, alongside multi-platinum, 2x GRAMMY® Award-winning H.E.R. released the highly anticipated music video for “Gotta Move On”, a sultry track off Toni’s tenth studio album Spell My Name, which was released in August. Watch it here!
Directed by Mike Ho (Jennifer Lopez, Mary J. Blige, Nicki Minaj), who Toni recently collaborated with on her music video for “Dance”, the cinematic video follows star crossed lovers as their relationship unravels grounded by Toni’s ever soulful vocals. H.E.R., who has garnered four #1 hits on the Billboard R&B Charts in under two years, the quickest accumulation since Toni Braxton made history with her debut album, was shot in New York and directed by Billie Woodruff. “Gotta Move On” impacted Adult R&B radio this week, securing the #1 most added song at the format. Also from the album, “Do It”, was the most added at radio, eventually reaching #1 on the Adult R&B radio chart. Toni is the only artist to have a #1 song at Adult R&B format in the last four decades.
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About Toni Braxton:
Braxton is the legendary, multimillion-selling R&B/pop pioneer and seven-time Grammy Award-winner behind timeless hits such as “Love Shoulda Brought You Home,” “Another Sad Love Song,” “Breathe Again,” “Seven Whole Days,” “Un-Break My Heart” and “He Wasn’t Man Enough.” If that wasn’t enough, the multi-talented singer/songwriter has also expanded her skillset along the way: music producer, Broadway musical star, television actress/producer and best-selling author.
Listeners first became aware of the newcomer’s mesmerizing sultry voice when she appeared on the soundtrack to the Eddie Murphy box office smash Boomerang. That set the stage for Braxton’s 1993 breakthrough with her self-titled debut LaFace album that’s now 8x platinum. Between 1996 and 2010, she released six more solo albums (Secrets, The Heat, Snowflakes, More Than a Woman, Libra and Pulse) and charted a string of hits (including “You Mean the World to Me,” “You’re Makin’ Me High” and “I Love Me Some Him”/ “I Don’t Want To”) before teaming with Babyface 2014 for the critically acclaimed duets album that won her a seventh Grammy for Best R&B Album.
Along the way, Braxton reinvented her game as she effortlessly segued into a theatrical acting career in 1998 as Belle in Beauty and the Beast. That barrier-breaking portrayal—the first black woman to play a leading role in a Disney Broadway production—led to a stint in a second Disney Broadway musical, Aida, and later a special guest star engagement with another Broadway musical, After Midnight.
Since then, Braxton has starred in three TV films for Lifetime and she and her three sisters have become popular reality stars via WE tv’s flagship series Braxton Family Values. Diagnosed with lupus several years ago, Braxton hasn’t allowed that to slow her career momentum nor her role as the proud mom of sons Denim and Diezel. She devotes time as spokesperson for Lupus L.A. and Autism Speaks, the latter on behalf of Diezel who is living with autism.