Brooke Valentine gives us another taste of what's to come musically with the new offering, "Cream," a song that sees her protecting her heart before giving up the goodies.
With her name back in conversations, Brooke is taking advantage with the brand new Yonni-produced single, "Now," a mid-tempo gem that reflects her current relationship situation, privy to all on LHHH.
With Mother’s Day coming up on Sunday (May 8), solo songstresses DaniLeigh, Kreesha Turner and Brooke Valentine link up for the collab banger “Mama.”
Brooke Valentine resurfaces with a stripped-down, soulful female rendition of Justin Bieberâs Music Monday single âAll That Matters.â
Brooke Valentine teams with rap legend Scarface for the remix of love's alter-ego, "Don't Wanna Be In Love." The hip hop driven track, produced by Deja, appears on Brooke's new mixtape, Love Letters
Brooke Valentine give fans a taste of what's to come with the free mixtape, Love Letters. The 14-track set, driven by hip hop production, features a variety of sensual love songs, for the young, grown or sexy.
Fed up with all the trials that come with love, Brooke Valentine throws in the towel and seeks vengeance on âDonât Wanna Be In Love.â
Brooke Valentine continues her come back trail with the release of her brand new single "Don't Wanna Be in Love."
Following the release of the "Forever Remix II," Brooke Valentine continues to reshape her career by dropping "Rub It In." The Tyrese-assisted ballad sees the R&B songstress and new mom crooning about a lover who's not taking care of home.
After bursting on the scene in 2005 with 'Chain Letter,' a top 20 album on Billboard 200, Brooke Valentine's name and music slowly faded away. The Houston native has since retired the "Brooke Valentine" stage name and is reintroducing herself to audiences under her new moniker B. Valentine.