Tamar Braxton's new single, "All The Way Home" has re-surged after its fall off the Urban AC (adult contemporary) chart last week.
According to the latest chart issue, dated September 21, Braxton's "All The Way Home" is back within the top 20, coming in at no.17 on the strength of 1.628 million impressions.
Accompanied by her sister, Toni Braxton, whose single, "Hurt You," is up 14-10 this week, Tamar is also doing well with "The One."
Though it dropped this 2-3 this week, "The One" had 9.591 million audience impressions.
Robin Thicke and Jaheim are at the top of this week's chart, with Thicke's "Blurred Lines" holding its sixth week at no.1 (15.115 million impressions) and Jaheim's "Age Ain't A Factor" moving 3-2 thanks to 10.862 million audience impressions.
Both Tamar Braxton and Jaheim have new albums in stores and at digital retailers.