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Following the premiere of her new BET show, Zoe Ever After, Brandy dropped her new single, “Beggin & Pleadin”.

The track is unlike anything we’ve ever heard from Brandy. It’s as if the spirit of B.B. King was in the studio as her raspy voice sings over a blues beat.

“Told you walk out that door and you can keep your last name / Now I’m down on my knees, it’s a shame,” she says in the song produced by Pop & Oak and co-written by Kirby Lauren.

While the verdict is still out on whether or not fans will be on board with the new track, the 36-year-old has already received a major co-sign on new her sound.

“Yassssss brandy u betta give us them revival church runs! Your vocals is top notch! Congrats!” This vote of confidence was tweeted by none other than Missy Elliott.

Beauties, do you agree with Missy? Does Brandy have a hit on her hands or should she stick to her traditional R&B tracks?


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