Brandy’s Record Label Blocking New Music?
Since the 2012 release of Brandy’s Two Eleven album, fans have been awaiting a follow-up project from the often described “vocal bible.”
Sure, we may get snippets of her raspy-smooth pipes belting out tunes on her Instagram but, when you know the full capability of B Rocka, somehow those 15 second clips are just never enough.
Then, “Beggin’ and Pleadin’ hit the Interwebs and served us all the life sangin’ could give and we thought maybe just maybe an album would drop soon after.
Sadly, nothing. However, now we may know the reason why.
The songbird currently filed a lawsuit against her record label, Chameleon Entertainment Group, claiming that the label refuses to allow her to release new music in an attempt to get her to sign a new deal.
, Brandy signed with the music group in 2011 and released her Two Eleven under their emblem. The initial deal gave Chameleon four more Brandy records. But, her suit says the label won’t allow her to release any new music.
Billboard reports that, according to the lawsuit, Brandy has dissolved her contract with Chameleon but wants a judge’s ruling that it is void.
Three reasons we need this issue resolved:
1. DO YOU HEAR THESE RUNS?! GOOD LAWD.
2. WE NEED TO KNOW WHOSE ALBUM THIS COLLABORATION WILL APPEAR ON
Whoa Whoa Whoa #Repost @tasiasword ・・・ OMG!!! The call that I just Received from the only vocal I'm scared to hit a stage with, in Love with, crazy about and my BFF in my head @4everbrandy JUST CALLED ME and Lord I almost wrecked the car.. Bran Thank You so much for your words of encouragement❤️ @jsullivanmusic @4everbrandy let's give the people this Song #FanJazzBran
3. THE LYRICS. THE VOCALS. THE FEELING. BRANDY DELIVERS GOOD MUSIC. DUUUH!