Singer Tamar Braxton’s name has been added to Epic Records’ roster of artists.’  She had previously been signed to her husband Vincent Herbert’s Streamline label at Interscope and it’s not clear why she moved to Epic, where veteran record producer L.A. Reid is the chairman.


This might also explain why her highly anticipated album Love and War, which was originally scheduled to debut in February, has been pushed back.

On iTunes, Braxton’s popular single, “Love and War” rose to the top of the charts within hours of its release, selling 84,000 downloads during the first week, in addition to debuting at number 57 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

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