"Two Eleven" singer Brandy is more than willing to take a spot on the "American Idol" judging panel. Following her stint on "Dancing With The Stars," Brandy says she would be compassionate to 'Idol' contestants because she knows what it's like.
People are still talking about how Brandy âPut It Downâ on her first performance of her single of the same name on Wednesday July 18th at the Howard Theater in Washington D.C.
Last night, in front of a sold out crowd at Washington DC's Howard Theater, the R&B diva finally gave some lucky fans a taste of what she has cooking.
Brandy and Chris Brown put their collaboration "Put It Down" in visual form as they recently got in front of the camera to shoot the accompanying music video.
Brandy sat down with Clevelandâs Blazin Hip-Hop and R&B station Z107.9 before the 2012 BET Awards with radio personality Colby Colb and discussed the importance of why she took risks in her career.
The wait will soon be over for Brandy's anticipated "Put It Down" music video. The "Two Eleven" singer has confirmed that the video will premiere this July.
Brandy has an official release date for "Two Eleven," her anticipated Chameleon/RCA debut. Led by the single "Put It Down," featuring Chris Brown, Brandy's sixth studio album will arrive August 28.
Brandy is all for bringing R&B music to the forefront. The "Put It Down" singer says everyone who knows how to do R&B just needs to do more if it. Simple as that.
Tamar and Trina Braxton may not be the only singing talent on TV Land's new series, Soul Man. Brandy joined the cast, including Cedric The Entertainer.
Speaking candidly on promotions for the project this week, Brandy says she and Monica are in different places following "It All Belongs To Me" and reuniting for a tour may not be the right option at this point.