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Whether she was singing pop-friendly urban soul or acting in her own family-oriented sitcom, Brandy's winningly wholesome persona helped catapult her to stardom during her teenage years. She scored the longest-running number one female duet in chart history (teamed with Monica on "The Boy Is Mine"), a testament to her mainstream appeal, and she spent several years as the title ... Read more in Amazon's Brandy Store

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  • Audio CD (October 16, 2012)
  • Original Release Date: 2012
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: RCA records
  • ASIN: B008PO8PIC
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (277 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #40,170 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Intro
2. Wildest Dreams
3. So Sick
4. Slower
5. No Such Thing As Too Late
6. Let Me Go
7. Without You
8. Put It Down
9. Hardly Breathing
10. Do You Know What You Have
11. Scared Of Beautiful
12. Wish Your Love Away
13. Paint This House
14. Can You Hear Me Now
15. Music
16. What You Need
17. Outro

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Brandy Norwood is a superstar actress, R&B/pop singer, songwriter, host, spokesmodel and record producer. TWO ELEVEN features collaborators Timbaland (Justin Timberlake, Missy Elliot, Jay-Z), Bangladesh (Ke$ha, Usher, Nicki Minaj), Mario Winans (Mariah, Puffy, Keyshia Cole ), Danja (Britney Spears, Keri Hilson, Jamie Foxx), Harmony (Rihanna, Keri Hilson, Fantasia), Hit Boy (Eminem, Lil Wayne, Kanye West), Noah 40 Shebib (Drake, Alicia Keys, Lil Wayne), along with hit making songwriters Sean Garrett (Usher, Beyonce, Britney Spears), Rico Love (Usher, Beyonce, Chris Brown), Ester Dean (Katy Perry, Rihanna, Christina Aguilera), Frank Ocean (Justin Bieber, John Legend, Tyler, the Creator), and Chris Brown, to name a few.

Ranked by the RIAA as one of the best-selling female artists in American music history, Brandy has sold more than 40 million albums worldwide, while receiving a plethora of awards, including a Grammy, an American Music Award, two Soul Train Music Awards, two NAACP Image Awards, three Billboard Awards, four MTV Awards, six Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards, two Nickelodeon Kid's Choice Awards and three BMI Awards. She arrived with a self-titled debut album at the age of fifteen and went on to record a series of hit CDs that established her as one of the successful R&B/pop female vocalists to emerge in a generation. Brandy is a cast member of BET's top-rated scripted series "The Game," receiving rave reviews and will be appearing in Tyler Perry's upcoming Lionsgate release, "The Marriage Counselor."

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Real R&B music with Brandy's amazing vocals.
I give Brandy an A+++ for "Two Eleven", her best if not the best R&B album since the new decade!
Rico Love vocal production only further highlights Brandy's lovely voice.
Michael Brent Faulkner, Jr.

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39 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Ensaeshah on October 16, 2012
Format: Audio CD
After listening to this album by Brandy, I see this as the Phoenix Rise of Brandy. When I listen to this album, I hear the hunger; I can feel the confidence in which she sings the material this time around. Brandy's vocals are so textured and layered with much diversity. We all know how vocally versatile she is and this album puts her voice on display. The material in which she crafted along with her contributors is meant to change the direction in which her career had been going. When I hear Two Eleven, I hear shades of Full Moon but mostly as a professional viewer noted; it is the album that should have been made after Aphrodisiac. I would have to agree. This album has some haunting beats much in the same way that Aphrodisiac had. When someone makes a good meal there is a saying that the person "put their foot in it". Brandy and her contributors did more than that, they put their hands and their feet in this project and you can tell. Brandy should be proud of herself. A top ten R&B single with put it down, although not the best of the set. This album can take Brandy places if the machine behind her believes in the project because there is substance to the album and it deserves the promotion. Right now the track that is hauntingly playing in my head is Wish You Love Away. A very solid effort by Brandy and one that she should be proud.
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33 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Music Lover on October 17, 2012
Format: Audio CD
Brandy has delivered one if not best R&B album of the year. She took a risk and it paid off in a good away. I've been a long Brandy fan from the 90s (94 to be correct), and to me Two Eleven is her best body of work to date.

The album opens up to a hard beat that ask the users to "Pump Me Up" then dives right into the sexy yet soulful "Wildest Dreams". "So Sick" has Norwood telling her man how she has had enough and is questioning the relationship. "Slower" is sexy - telling her lover to slow it down speed racer, and take it slower. "No Such Thing As Too Late, Let Me Go, Without You" add to the fire on the second half of the album.

Then comes Norwood's chart topping "Put It Down" feat. Chris Brown that drives the album into a different space that set's the mood for the follow up tracks. "Hardly Breathing" is the heart of the album. Brandy's voice truly shines on this song as well as "Do You Know What You Have?". "Scared of Beautiful" is a pure and honest song emotionally (one of the gems of the album), and "Wish Your Love Away", takes Norwood wishing she could get the love of her life out her head.

After the end of the tracks 11 & 12, my eyes were heavy but then Norwood spices things up with the sexy "Paint This House", followed by the Outro.

Stand out tracks

Wildest Dreams
So Sick
Let Me Go
Hardly Breathing
So You Know What You Have?
Scared of Beautiful
Wish Your Love Away

If you're looking for album that delivers from play to stop then "Two Eleven" is, an album that will speak to your heart in many ways. Brandy is back, and as a die hard star - her voice has truly been missed in music.
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39 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Angela Nichelle on October 16, 2012
Format: Audio CD
Let's Talk About Brandy. After all, a real conversation about music that doesn't include Brandy is incomplete.

We've all participated in the age-old debate about the best artists of our time. It's a list reserved for the usual suspects - the artists who dominate the repetitive airplay on the radio or the performance lineup of music award shows on TV, or conveniently, both. Anyone who has followed Brandy's career from the release of her first self-titled album to the eagerly anticipated release of 'Two Eleven' have always rated her in the top tier of that list despite her preposterous absence from the music industry's relevance radar.

Not only is Brandy relevant, but absolutely, undeniably necessary.

'Two Eleven' is more than just the album's moniker or her cleverly masqueraded birthday, it's a celebration of what is most loved and respected about Brandy as an artist, singer, songwriter, and performer. It's about her growth, her courage, her talent, and her uncanny ability to deliver records that motivate her fans to create new lists upon which to perch her at the top -- Best Runs in "Wildest Dreams", Sickest Harmonies in "Slower", Sweetest Pillow-Soft Tone in "Scared of Beautiful", Slickest Reinvention of Cool in "Let Me Go", Most Classic Delivery of the Brandy Sound in "Do You Know What You Have?", and the Realest Conversation about Music in "Music".

I always say that an artist in today's musical landscape should be exceptional. And that should be the rule. Brandy stands solidly as an exceptional artist. This album, like its predecessors, once again prove that fact beyond a doubt. "Two Eleven" is Brilliant. Whole. and Very Honest.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Trae on October 25, 2012
Format: Audio CD
I was honestly into Brandy's last album, some of the songs were good, some of them were too yawn, and sadly, it wasn't as big as it should have been, and I think that it was kind of sad to see one of my favorite singers' albums go down the drain like that, but when I first realized that she was going to make a new album, I was having doubts if it would be one of her biggest ones yet, and I'll say that I was so wrong, when she first released "Put It Down", yeah, I thought it was okay at first, but then, the song grew on me, like a lot, and when "Wildest Dreams" was released as a single, that's when I KNEW that this was going to be her best album.

And whoop-de-doo, I was so right. This album was highly amazing, now here's my track by track review.

Intro - 5/5 --------- I honestly loved the introduction of the album, it was kind of like the introduction of what's to come, the music kind of reminded me a bit of Full Moon's "B-Rocka Intro."

Wildest Dreams - 5.5/5 ---------- The beat of this song, it's like BOOM-BOOM-BAM, and it's so addictive, her vocals on this song are highly amazing, and I love that she's actually breaking out of that hurt and the pain and putting in more pride and care in relationships, this is the best song for love.

So Sick - 4.5/5 ---------- This is when the feeling of the sound kind of slows down a bit. I loved this song too, but at the other side, I did feel like it needed more umph for me to repeat it as much, but those vocals are really hypnotizing.

Slower - 5/5 ----------- Chris Brown should really write more for Brandy. Although, the sexual side of Brandy seems to be out of her comfort zone, I feel like she still takes it to what an actual sexual song should be, it should be simple and sensual.
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