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Brandy has been making history in music and entertainment since she first debuted with her hit single “I Wanna Be Down” back in 1994. Recently setting an new bar for the mega Verzuz Battle with singer Monica, Brandy has a lot to celebrate as she’s still making history today and has just released latest album ‘B7’.
Speaking with the Power 106 Morning Show crew Teddy Mora, Melissa Rios, and DJ Carisma, Brandy opened up about all the love she’s received since releasing a new album after an eight year hiatus. With the Verzuz battle breaking streaming records across the board, Brandy confesses that she’ll never forget the experience of sharing her music and says that a possible tour with Monica would be something special as the two have only performed their Grammy award winning single “The Boy Is Mine”. Our very own DJ Carisma held down Brandy during the battle as her official DJ for the night, and they both shared that they wanted to create a moment for the Verzuz experience.
While Brandy reminisces about her past hits, the R&B Vocal Bible quickly reminded everyone that she could never date her brother Ray J’s friends. When asked about Joe Budden recently trying to shoot his shot at the singer, Brandy shares that her brother’s friends are too much like family to ever consider them dateable.
Brandy goes on to speak on the impact the late Kobe Bryant had on her life, why she wouldn’t make a re-up of the made for television hit musical ’Cinderella’ and what it means to have her sitcom “Moesha” on the Netflix streaming service.
Watch the full interview with Brandy below!