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Issued in Mayit became her fifth Top Ten album. Braxton's parents later converted to a different faith and eased their restrictions on secular music somewhat, allowing Braxton more leeway to develop her vocal style.

The daughter of a minister, she was raised mostly in the strict Apostolic faith, which prohibited not only all popular culture, but also pants in women's wardrobes.

The book detailed Braxton's triumphs, as well as her business and health struggles behind the scenes, and led to a similarly titled biographical television film.

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Also Available in iTunes About Toni Braxton Blending fire and finesse, Toni Braxton has wielded broad appeal throughout a career studded with Top Ten pop hits, multi-platinum certifications, and major award recognition.

Braxton was born in Severn, Maryland, on October 7, Braxton spent most of in legal limbo, and passed the time by signing on to portray Belle in the Broadway production of Disney's Beauty and the Beast.

Released toward the end of with half of its songs co-written with sister Tamar, it broke Braxton's streak of Top Ten proper albums and prompted a temporary move to the Blackground label. Again working heavily with L. Further singles "I Don't Want To" and "How Could an Angel Break My Heart" weren't quite as successful not that that's an indictmentbut that didn't really matter; by then Secrets was already her second straight multi-platinum hit.

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The Heat was released in the spring ofand entered the Billboard at number two, matching the highest position held by Secrets.

The first single, "You're Makin' Me High," was Braxton's most overtly sexual yet, and it became her biggest pop hit to date. However, she soon dropped out of college after she was discovered singing to herself at a gas station by songwriter Bill Pettaway who co-authored Milli Vanilli's "Girl You Know It's True".

Released by Motown init went to number four just before the duo starred in a Broadway production of After Midnight.

After lasting five weeks before being voted off the show, Braxton completed Pulse, her first full-length for Atlantic.