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- Song Name: Love and War
- Artist Name / Band Name: Tamar Braxton
- Produced By: DJ Camper & LaShawn Daniels
- Album Name: Love and War
- Release Date: December 6, 2012
- Genre: R&B, Rap
- Record Label: Epic, Streamline
- Written By: Darhyl Camper, Makeba Riddick, LaShawn Daniels & Tamar Braxton
- Performance: Peaked at No.
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Tamar Braxton – Love and War Review
Tamar Braxton is not new into singing and performing but she takes her new single ‘Love and War’ as a start of a bolder and bigger new chapter in her career. The song is a passionate and powerful slice of modern soul pop. It showcases her inimitable and impressive vocal range. The song comes as the carrier single of her second CD ‘Love and War.’
The chorus is instantly unforgettable as well as resounding. Braxton belts out every note with poise. She simply carries the song right into the pantheon of exceptional music that ruminates on a thin line. The soul stirring ballad is something worth listening to.
No wonder, the song is enjoying a warm commercial reception. Just within hours after its release, it instantly soared to reach the top spot in the US iTunes chart. In just a week, it sold more than 84,000 online downloads.
It debuted at No. 3 on the US’ R&B/Hip-Hop Digital Songs list. It served as Braxton’s first song to enter the top 20 list of the R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. Up to this day, it is enjoying heavy airtime in most playlists of modern radio stations worldwide.