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The 'Boy Is Mine' hitmaker is set to play Roxie Hart at a New York theater starting April 28, marking her first foray into Broadway.
Brandy joined forces with Queen Latifah, MC Lyte and Yo-Yo to perform the remix to her debut single 'I Wanna Be Down' while Common, Vince Staples and Jay Electronica pay tribute to Mike Brown.
Other performers at the event include Common, Vince Staples and Jay Electronica who hold a moment of silence for Michael Brown with the late teen's parents after playing 'Kingdom (Remix)'.
The couple took a step back in their relationship but they did not end the engagement on a bad note.
The singer played to about 40 people in a 90,000-capacity stadium and went off the stage after 2 songs.
Also stealing attention at the event are Letoya Luckett, Mya, Amber Rose, Jordin Sparks, Adrienne Bailon and Paula Patton among others.
The newly-engaged singer posted a picture of her and fiance Ryan Press during a Hawaiian vacation.
Various sources confirm that the 'Boy Is Mine' singer gets a sweet holiday present from her boyfriend in a form of an engagement ring.
The R 'n' B singer gives her fans a delightful treat on Christmas Day as she premieres her romantic track 'How High' that features a rap verse by her alter ego Bran'Nu.
The 'Boy Is Mine' hitmaker gets down and shows how true R'n'B is done in her new clip for 'Wildest Dreams'.
Brandy is back on the album and single charts as her new effort 'Two Eleven' is well received by fans.
The mid-tempo track serves as the second single lifted off Brandy's upcoming album 'Two Eleven'.
The 'Boy Is Mine' songstress and Breezy flirt with each other in this Hype Williams-directed clip which sometimes features colorful background.
In the colorful 30-second snippet, Brandy and Breezy are seen dancing and striking a pose in front of a brand new white Ferrari.
While Brandy sticks to what she's good at, Breezy opts to spit his verses in the new song for her 'Two Eleven' album.