Tamar Braxton’s ‘The One’ Is a ‘Summertime Anthem’
Tamar Braxton is currently swooning on the airwaves with yearning ballad 'Love and War.' The R&B mom-to-be plans to follow that with her mid-tempo love anthem, 'The One.'
Tamar told Rap-Up that she plans to heat up the summer with the feel-good tune. “It has so much energy, it’s so fun, it’s a summertime anthem record," she said.
On the Yung Berg and LaShawn Daniels-produced song, Tamar sings about a beau who makes her life complete. There's no question she's talking about her faithful hubby and producer Vincent Herbert.
"I don't need no one baby / Without you I'm incomplete / My love is like the ball / Put it all on me," she sings.
The songstress filmed a video for 'The One' last month in Santa Monica, Calif. Veteran videographer Gil Green helmed the clip, which the 36-year-old songbird says has a summer throwback vibe to it.
"It kinda gives you that feeling when you was in high school and you was with your boyfriend or your girlfriend and you go to the park and you hang out and you get all cutie, and it’s just funners," she says.
Tamar Braxton's new album, 'Love and War,' is due this summer on Epic Records.
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