The R'n'B singers will collaborate again on a currently-untitled album, which will arrive next fall via Motown Records.
R&B singers Toni Braxton and Kenny "Babyface" Edmonds are teaming up for a duet album. The album is slated to drop next fall via Motown Records. The album title and exact release date haven't been confirmed yet.
The upcoming album will not be the first Braxton and Babyface's collaboration. Braxton's 1993 self-titled album was released under Babyface's LaFace Records. Babyface also helped produce a string of Braxton's hits.
Before releasing the album, both R&B sensations will embark on separate tours. Braxton, who has just finished the third season of her WE reality series "Braxton Family Values", will kick off her North American tour in Las Vegas in early August. The tour wraps up in Atlanta on August 31.
Meanwhile, Babyface's solo tour will begin on July 12 in Country Club Hills and continue through the summer.
Earlier this year, Braxton revealed her plan to retire from music and focus on her acting career instead. She even said that fans wouldn't be able to hear her new music. "For what I do I have to love it. I have to feel that excitement and it's gone," the eight-time Grammy Award-winning singer confessed.
"I'm just not going to do any albums anymore. Maybe touring occasionally here and there because I love performing, but not as much as I did in the past. But no new projects," she continued.