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Our aim was to come up with material, that would have a familiar 'feel' to the people, who bought the first album without being musically redundant." Braxton was the co-executive producer of the album and co-wrote two of its songs, including the 1997 single "How Could an Angel Break My Heart", which was also later included on Diana Princess of Wales Tribute, a Princess Diana memorial album. The album's second single, "Un-Break My Heart", written and composed by Diane Warren, became the biggest hit of Braxton's career, spending eleven consecutive weeks at number one on the Hot 100 After 92 weeks in the charts, Secrets was certified 8x platinum, becoming Braxton's second straight 8 million seller.Internationally, Secrets sold more than 15 million copies, thus cementing Braxton's superstar status.During her run in the show Alan Menken wrote and composed a new song for the musical, titled "A Change in Me", which he specially wrote and composed for Braxton, and was still being used in the musical as of late July 2014.Her role in Beauty and the Beast marked the first (and only) time a black woman commanded the leading role of Belle on Broadway.Pettaway, working as an attendant at the Annapolis service station where she was refueling, recognized her from local performances and introduced himself, saying he wanted to produce her.Though skeptical, Braxton decided to, in her words, "take a chance" and accepted.After Braxton's three-year-long dispute with La Face and Arista had been settled, Toni signed a new million contract.In March 2000, La Face Records released "He Wasn't Man Enough", the first single from Braxton's third studio album, The Heat.

Braxton has said about the album: "The motivation for this album was to include a little bit of everything.

Throughout her career, Braxton has sold over 67 million records, including 41 million albums, worldwide.

She has won seven Grammy Awards, nine Billboard Music Awards, seven American Music Awards and several other awards.

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