SingerToni Braxtongave fans a mini-concert from her living room this week while cooped up at home amid the pandemic, which more than 25,000 people nationwide were confirmed to have contracted by late Saturday evening.
The R&B songstress, who’s apparently getting over a cold, posted video of herself Friday belting out a few notes and playing piano, a moment that left her fans in awe and begging for more.
How y’all feelin? I’m feeling SO MUCH BETTER! Thought I’d tickle the 🎹 tonight. From me with 💕,” she captioned the clip, followed by the hashtag “#quarantine.”
With her freshly shampooed hair wrapped up tight, Braxton, 52, proceeded to sing a snippet of her 1996 hit “How Could an Angel Break My Heart.” The single, co-written by Braxton and hit-makerKenny “Babyface” Edmonds, also features award-winning saxophonistKenny G.
How Could An Angel Break My Heart is my SONGG😩😩😩 its just perfection😭,” one fan wrote.
Someone else added: “I am here for Quarantine Sessions, The Pink Hairclip Edition 👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾”
“This just gave me so much life!!! I love you @tonibraxton!!!,” vloggerKalen Allenwrote, while others urged the songstress to stay home and get well.
“It’s so amazing @tonibraxton that u are one of the few that actual can sing live and have a natural beautiful voice without all of the studio additives. I love u and stay blessed on your road of recovery,” another added.
“Love you Toni stay well! ❤️” a fellow fan wrote.
This marks the latest recent moment of fans being sent into a frenzy over the “Unbreak My Heart” crooner. Just last month, fans pressed for answers about the status of her relationship with New Orleans rapperBirdmanafter one of her sisters referred to the longtime family friend as her “brother-in-law.”