Those who took a shine to 90s R&B will be well accustomed to singer/songwriter Toni Braxton.
The star hit the big-time during one of the ‘golden eras’ of modern-day R&B, with such ballads as Unbreak My Heart and You’re Making Me High, along with early 00’s chart-belter He Wasn’t Man Enough, however due to financial difficulties, it seems that bankruptcy was imminent.
According to celebrity news site TMZ, the star has just lost 27 tracks that made her famous. During her bankruptcy proceedings, Braxton was given the option of buying back these songs from her music catalogue for $20k – the only catch was that she could have been outbid.
And that’s exactly what happened! According to reports, Ross M Klein doubled the asking price and took the rights for the tracks for himself. TMZ report that among the 27 are a few hits, including You’re Making Me High, How Many Ways, and Always.
“Un-Break My Heart” is not among the 27 though.
More as we hear it….