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Brandy Wants to Get Real About Mental Health

With the release of her new album, the R&B star Brandy takes on a taboo topic

A closeup portrait photo of Brandy.
Brandy. Photo: Derek Blanks

Hands down, Brandy was the voice of R&B in the 1990s. In a time when Aaliyah and Mary J. Blige dominated the charts, Brandy broke onto the scene with her self-titled debut in 1994 when she was just 15 years old. With soulful, good-girl tracks like “I Wanna Be…

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