Top 10 Songs from Tamar Braxton's Calling All Lovers

Personal picks for the 2015 album by the one and only, Tamar Braxton. Showcasing a more sonically cohesive body of work than ever.
This list is a non-votable list and the content of the list reflects the opinion of its author.

The Top Ten

1 Coming Home

"How dare you look me in my eyes, 'cause you ain't never been that good at lyin'"

Reminiscent of Tamar's debut album, this track is sonically similar to that of Toni Braxton's earlier offerings. Coming Home is the strongest moment on the album, with all the 90s R&B nuances that modern R&B lacks, most evident in the hook.

2 S.O.N.

"So stop acting like you got the power, while I'm in the shower"

The irony of the two bonus tracks being the top selections in this album, S.O.N. if arguably the only track on Calling All Lovers that is capable of exploring Tamar's sexuality in its more sultry, powerful sense.

3 Let Me Know

"It's like a loving when you run and go tell somebody, same loving put you through hell sometimes"

This promotional single that didn't end up making the album remains one of the most beautifully sampled tracks ever. A track that will no doubt send chills running down your spine, Let Me Know once again exhibits R&B's timeless beauty.

4 Circles

"Foolish of me to believe, things would be different this time"

5 Raise the Bar

"Don't know what I did before I met your sexy ass and changed the score"

6 Must Be Good To You

"I put you to shame, you're in danger, always something major"

7 King

"There's no man that I'd rather be under than you, fear not"

8 Simple Things

"'Cause half of these chicks with Chanel baby, be going through pure hell, oh! "

9 Makin' Love

"Boy tell me what you're fantasizing, tonight I'm on stage for you"

10 If I Don't Have You

"'Cause I know without you I won't be no good, when the latch on my heart comes unhooked"