Tamar Braxton Comes Out Of R&B Retirement With ‘Changed’

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Hearing Tamar Braxton on wax these days is a rare treat. After the release of her album Bluebird Of Happiness, the singer announced that she was quitting the music business back in 2017 in an attempt to save her marriage to now-ex-hubby Vincent Herbert. She hasn’t necessarily stuck to that proclamation, though. She had a song included on the True To The Game 2 soundtrack back in 2020 and has threatened her return several times in the interim while further cementing herself as a reality TV darling on shows like Celebrity Big Brother and Queens Court, which recently premiered on Peacock. Now, the 46-year-old diva is celebrating her birthday with the release of her new single “Changed.”

“Changed” finds her confronting a man who switched things up on her and has her reconsidering the time she’s invested in the relationship. Helping her work through her feelings is a sample of the SWV classic “Rain.” The sample provides the majority of the melody as it echoes throughout the track, though the situation isn’t nearly as sweet as that past hit.

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Tamar confronts her man on the verses, making a list of all the things gone wrong and what he used to do for her at the beginning of their love affair. Things have noticeably soured, leaving the singer to lament on the chorus, “I thought you were the man of my dreams / So how the hell was I wrong? / I gave you all of me, oh / Boy it coulda been you / I thought you were the man of my dreams.”

Though she may be unlucky in love on this track, it looks like the reality TV gods have shined down on her in real life. She recently announced that she’s engaged to her Queens Court suitor Jeremy “JR” Robinson. Congratulate Tamar Braxton (and give her a birthday gift) by running up “Changed” when you listen below.

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