The duo reunited after 21 years to work on an LP that showcases the singers' dulcet tones in 11 soulful ballads.
The album -- which was initially due on November 25 -- marks Braxton's comeback since the four-year hiatus she took after 2010's Pulse, and it's Babyface's first studio album in seven years.
“I think because Babyface and I have both gone through divorces, we can relate and we can collaborate together on this topic and make it so others who have gone through this situation can relate,” Braxton told ESSENCE.
The duo previously worked together on 1992’s “Give U My Heart” off the Boomerang soundtrack.
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