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Babyface and Toni Braxton Working on an Album

Duets disc set for fall release

Toni Braxton performs in West Hollywood, California.
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July 11, 2013 2:15 PM ET

Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds and Toni Braxton are recording an album of duets together. It will be released this fall on Motown Records. 

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Braxton, whose first album was produced by L.A. Reid and Babyface and released on the duo's LaFace label, recently wrapped the third season of her WE reality series Braxton Family Values. The singer will begin a North American tour in August, kicking off in Las Vegas and wrapping in Atlanta. 

Edmonds has written and produced for the likes of Michael Jackson, Beyoncé, Boyz II Men, Mariah Carey and Madonna, when not focusing on his own career as an artist. He was recently honored with Reid by the Noble Awards for their contributions to Stand Up to Cancer. The Grammy-winning singer, songwriter, producer is set to begin a solo tour on July 12th.

Edmonds and Braxton's album will land in September. 

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