Tamar Braxton Premieres 'All the Way Home' Music Video


Tamar Braxton Premieres 'All the Way Home' Music Video
The singer plays a blonde-haired woman who fails to attract her lover, played by real-life husband Vincent Herbert.


After being teased with a preview, the full music video for Tamar Braxton's "All the Way Home" has finally arrived. Premiered via 106 & Park on Wednesday, December 4, the four-minute new clip features the blonde-haired Braxton driving her red Rolls-Royce Phantom through the street to be with her man.

Braxton's real-life husband, Vincent Herbert, plays the singer's lover who totally ignores her even after she seduces him non-stop. In another scene, the 36-year-old songstress gives the camera some sexy moves as she sings the tune in the balcony.

Braxton has also dropped a new visuals for another track, this time for her Christmas song entitled "She Can Have You". In this clip, she is seen enduring an emotional breakup, sharing her Christmas blues as she sits by the fireplace.

"She Can Have You" is a cut off Braxton's Christmas set, "Winter Loversland", while the Sevyn Streeter-penned "All the Way Home" is lifted from her "Love and War" album.

Tamar Braxton's "All the Way Home" music video

Tamar Braxton's "She Can Have You" music video

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