Tamar Braxton’s Retiring From Music To Focus On Marriage

Tamar Braxton announced recently that she is taking a break from music to focus on her strained relationship with husband and music producer Vince Herbert.

In an exclusive interview with Entertainment Tonight, the singer said:

“There are a lot of things that I want to do, and a lot of things that are in the works,” she tells ET. “There’s a lot of things that are going on in my relationship and me being close to this music industry, and whatever I can do to eliminate all of the stress and problems off of my relationship, I would rather do that.”

Tamar and Vince wed back in 2008 and had a son, Logan, together in 2013. While fans were shocked by the news, Tamar’s reasoning is completely understandable.

Tamar’s fourth album Bluebird of Happiness is due out Sept 29. Tamar announced her retirement from music via an Instagram post.

THIS is my BEST & LAST album! Enjoy🐦

A post shared by Tamar Braxton ❤️ (@tamarbraxton) on

“I am nerv-cited,” Tamar shares. “I’m nervous and excited at the same time. This has just been a project that’s been so close to me, and I’ve worked really hard on it and it was kind of, like, the soundtrack to my life at the time.”

Tamar said she will continue to write music for other artists. She also announced recently she’s heading on tour with Xscape and Monica in The Great Xscape Tour.

Tamar, we’re sending LOVE and light your way during this difficult time. We wish you and Vince the very best but once things turn around for the better, please return to the music!

To check out Entertainment Tonight’s exclusive interview, see here.


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