Toni Braxton Premieres ‘Long As I Live’ Video And Announces Tour

During the season premiere of “Braxton Family Values” Thursday evening, Toni Braxton premiered the music video for her single “Long As I Live”. We were pleasantly surprised to see sisters Tamar Braxton and Towanda Brandon both featured in the video. Braxton’s Sex & Cigarettes is out where music is sold today.

Tamar and Towanda are both hand dancing in the video. Did you know hand dancing originated in Washington, D.C.?

According to the National Hand Dance Association,

DC Hand Dance is an improvisational form of swing style partner dancing developed in the Washington, DC area in the early 1950s by African Americans as a form of recreation and entertainment.  The dance evolved from the early Lindy Hop and Jitterbug dance styles of the 1930s and 1940s created by George “Shorty” Snowden.  Hand Dance is rooted in the floor version of swing as opposed to the acrobatics and aerials of the Lindy and Jitterbug. 

And on top of that Toni announced on the Steve Harvey Morning Show that she and sisters Tamar and Towanda are going on tour. Keep it locked to 96.3 WHUR for how you can get to see them on tour.

Toni just celebrated her 50th birthday and doesn’t look a day over 29. Can you say #FitnessGoals!

HEAR Toni Braxton’s exclusive interview with the Steve Harvey Morning Show:

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Here’s a sneak peek of the music video. I cant wait for you to see the full video.

Steve Harvey Morning Show


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