Tamar Braxton has an idea of who she'd really like to work with on her forthcoming follow up to "Love & War."
Chatting with Billboard Monday, the "All The Way Home" singer confirmed that she'd really like to work with Pharrell and that she's already written about ten or twelve songs for her next album.
"We've actually started recording some (songs) already, and I'm really excited about it. I've written about maybe 10 or 12 song, and I really, really love four of them. I have a set-up on my (tour) bus, and if I come up with ideas I just write them right there. We're right in the beginning stages of it, but I'm really enjoying the material we're starting to do," Braxton shared.
Currently on tour, Braxton hopes to move further into production once the tour wraps up next month in New Orleans.
"Right now I'm in a place where I'm really happy, and sometimes I'm overwhelmed, but at the end of the day I'm just trying to balance it all and understand myself as a woman," she added. "So those are the songs I'm writing right now, but I can't say whether that's going to be the end result."
As previously reported, fans will get to see a lot of Tamar this Fall via three television efforts.
That includes "The Real," "Tamar & Vince" and "Braxton Family Values."