Top 10 Songs from Tamar Braxton's Love and WarZephyrioux Personal picks for the 2013 sophomore album by the one and only, Tamar Braxton. An album putting Tamar Braxton back on the radar.
The Top Ten
"Speeding down the road, with my head out of control, 'cause I'm thinking about you all the way home"
A perfect track for Tamar to showcase her pipes, this songs has the range and the power that Tamar needed to bring in the R&B audience she needed. With a classic hook and a power tune throughout, this track stands to be one of Tamar's best cuts of all time.
"You know I'm comin' home, right there's where I belong, I'm taking off this armour"
Definitely the perfect choice for her comeback, this track showcased her vocals and vulnerability in strength and is the perfect marriage of commercial radio music and the R&B vibes in the chorus. A stand-out track without a shadow of doubt.
"Just hold my body and don't ever let go, just kiss the places that keeps me wanting more"
One of the more sensual cuts of Love and War, this track utilises Tamar's sensual, vulnerable mid-range. A magical moment on the album, Sound of Love could have been a powerful single in Tamar taking control of her sexuality in a powerful sensuality, trading off the more generically produced fourth single, Hot Sugar.
"I can kiss away the pain, I can make it good again if you let me"
"Our love is every day out there 24/7, our love it feels like cupid down shooting from heaven"
"You don't want my love, I swear you don't want it, you don't want my trust, I swear you don't want it"
"Fight till there's nothing left, not a single shred of the love we had"
"Put me behind the glass, call it me T.V."
"'Cause she's giving so much in love and it seems like her best just ain't enough"
"'Cause I don't wanna watch us burn out, don't wanna add fuel to the flame"