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Brandy Two Eleven Album Zip Download

Brandy comes through with a new album release titled Two Eleven (Deluxe Version). The album is now available for you to stream or download directly to your devices for free. Remember to use the share button.

Brandy Two Eleven Album Zip Download

Along with the unreleased content that was made for Brandy's albums, she has been featured on content that ended up unreleased for other artists' projects as well. All of the content in this collection are songs that were never officially released for purchase, not to be confused with content that is available for purchase (for example Jessie J's "Conquer the World"). All of the contents can be downloaded in this one .zip file here. The file size is 115.4 MB.

After eleven years with the company, Norwood asked for and received an unconditional release from Atlantic Records at the end of 2004, citing her wish "to move on" as the main reason for her decision.[57] Completing her contract with the label, a compilation album titled The Best of Brandy was released in March 2005. Released without any promotional single, it reached the top 30 in Australia, the United Kingdom and the United States, where the collection was appreciated by contemporary critics who noted the creativity of Norwood's back catalogue.[58] Andy Kellman of AllMusic expressed, "This set, unlike so many other anthologies from her contemporaries, hardly confirms dwindling creativity or popularity."[59] Thereupon she reportedly began shopping a new record deal under the auspices of Knockout Entertainment, her brother's vanity label.[60]

In April 2010, Norwood and Ray J debuted in the VH1 reality series Brandy and Ray J: A Family Business along with their parents. The show chronicled the backstage lives of both siblings, while taking on larger roles in their family's management and production company, R&B Productions.[73] Executive produced by the Norwood family, the season concluded after eleven episodes, and was renewed for a second season, which began broadcasting in fall 2010.[74] A Family Business, a compilation album with previously unreleased content from the entire cast was released on Saguaro Road Records in June 2011.[75] Critics such as The Washington Post declared it an "awkward and adorable and really, really wholesome collection."[76] While the album failed to chart, it produced three promotional singles, including the joint track "Talk to Me".[77]

At the end of 2004, after eleven years with the company, Norwood asked for and received an unconditional release from her original label Atlantic Records.[7] By the time her contract expired, several of her longtime patrons such as music producer Darryl Williams and industry executive Sylvia Rhone had left the company and Norwood felt mismanaged by her new team of which she found was "looking more towards the hip-hop artists" on the label and "didn't know what to do with [her]."[6] Completing her contract with Atlantic Records, a compilation album compiling her first four studio albums with the company, entitled The Best of Brandy, was released in March 2005.[5] Thereupon, Norwood reportedly started shopping for a new record deal under Knockout Entertainment, her brother's Ray J's vanity label, which would co-venture her subsequent releases, including her fifth album, which she started recording independently.[8]

Upon the album's release, "The Definition" and "True" reached numbers 16 and 18 on the Billboard Bubbling Under R&B/Hip-Hop Singles chart, respectively, based solely on digital downloads. While Norwood considered both "Piano Man" and "1st & Love" as potential third single candidates,[69] plans for another single from Human failed to materialize.[70]


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