Toni Braxton is no longer interested in recording music. I know, I know: It depresses me, too. I wasn’t here for that dance song she dropped last year, but I don’t mind her being the Blanche Devereaux of R&B. Unfortunately, that’s not a vision she currently sees happening. Speaking with “The Tom Joyner Morning Show,” Braxton says she’s over music for the foreseeable future.
Tom Joyner: What about your new music?
Toni Braxton: I don’t know if I’m going to be doing anymore music, I’ve said that before in the past but I don’t know…
Tom Joyner: Ever?
Toni Braxton:… I’m thinking…
Tom Joyner: What?
Toni Braxton: I’m thinking, I’m singing in the movie. Ta-Da. Some gospel a little bit.
Tom Joyner: Why no more music? What are you talking about?
Toni Braxton: I just don’t know. Maybe I’m mad at music. I don’t know what it is. I can’t, my heart’s not in it right now.
Sybil Wilkes: You’re not feeling it right now?
Toni Braxton: No, I’m really not.
Tom Joyner: Record companies beating you up?
Toni Braxton: Not even that. They’re actually calling and I’m like well ‘I don’t know if I want to do another record’ but that’s a blessing I guess but I gotta be in it, I gotta love it and maybe because everything that has happened to me I don’t know.
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Toni reiterated those sentiments during her appearance on “The Wendy Williams Show”: