Toni Braxton Remembers Dropping 'The Heat' 20 Years Ago, This Week!

Toni Braxton Remembers Dropping 'The Heat' 20 Years Ago, This Week!

Toni Braxton is taking her fans and IG followers down the memory lane with this recent post that she shared on her social media account. She remembers dropping 'The Heat' two decades ago. Check out the message that she shared on IG:

'I dropped 🔥 The Heat 🔥 20 years ago THIS WEEK! So many amazing artists came together to make this album a banger, @drdre, @babyface, @warren_diane and #LeftEye 🙏🏾! Thank you to @billewoodruff as well for his video directing skills that are unparalleled! The belly, the slacks, the handkerchief shirts, the middle part, so 2000! Back when we had optimism! 🤎 Fave track?' Toni captioned her post.

Someone said: 'He wasn’t man enough for me, the heat, just be a man about it,' and one otheer follower posted this message: 'The heat is moving through my body!!!'

A follower said: 'fairy tale, maybe, gimme some and I’m still breathing 👏🏽😩 yes legend,' and one other fan posted this: 'This album and Butterfly from Mariah Carey are the best r&b Albums ever. They are a piece of art.'

Someone else exclaimed: 'Omg I loved that album even though I was born in 2005,' and another fan said: 'This was such an amazing era! Still one of my favorite albums! He Wasn’t Man Enough For Me, Spanish Guitar, The Heat, Fairy Tale and the whole album!'

A commenter told Toni, 'The Heat is my favorite track. Should’ve been a single dropped in the summer of 2000,' and one other Instagrammer said: 'I love them all but Fairytale is such a sweet song even though it's a lil sad too... Idk I love them all the same because you did that.'

Earlier, Toni had something to say about her and Dennis Rodman allegedly dating.

She even shared a photo on her social media account featuring the two of them and left some fans a bit confused, but most people were happy that she killed some rumors.

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