Brandy Two Eleven Album

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Two Eleven is the sixth studio album by American recording artist Brandy. Scheduled for a US release in August 2012, the album will serve as Norwood's debut release with RCA Records, following her departure from Epic after the release of her previous album Human (2008). The album title alludes to Norwood's birthday on February 11 and the day that her idol Whitney Houston died.

The album will reportedly feature production by Mr. Bangladesh, Rico Love, Jim Jonsin, Danja, Timbaland, Noah "40" Shebib, and songwriting from singer-songwriters Chris Brown, Frank Ocean, Sean Garrett, and Drake. The first single, "It All Belongs to Me", a duet with fellow R&B singer Monica, was released on February 14, 2012. The second single, "Put It Down", which features Chris Brown, was released on May 8, 2012. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Release information about the album
Release Date: 10/16/2012
Tracks in Two Eleven: Intro, Wildest Dreams, So Sick, Slower, No Such Thing as too Late, Let Me Go, Without You, Put It Down, Hardly Breathing, Do You Know What You Have?, Scared of Beautiful, Wish Your Love Away, Paint This House, Outro, Bonus Tracks, Can You Hear Me Now?, Music, What You Need

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Two Eleven | Reviewer: VOA | 12/19/12

So last week I listened to the Rhianna Unapologetic album for the first time and I thought it was the hottest thing out. But then someone asked me what do I think of the Brandy album? I had no idea she even came out with one. So I checked it out and I have to say that I got into it immediately. This is one of those albums that you put on and lay back and let it take you wherever the clouds are. Love it better than Rhianna's and I can't believe its not being promoted more.

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