• Brandy has finally dropped a new album
  • The R&B star went viral on Twitter following the release of “B7”
  • It has been nearly a decade since "Two Eleven," her sixth studio album, dropped
  • “B7” features her daughter, Sy’Rai
  • Many netizens praised Brandy for her astounding vocals
  • The release of the album amid ongoing crisis was to help people heal through music

Brandy went viral on Twitter following the release of her new album entitled “B7” on Friday, July 31.

It has been nearly a decade since the world’s renowned R&B singer, Brandy, released a studio album. Fans rejoiced over this milestone and took the celebration on Twitter, which made Brandy one of the most discussed topics on the said social media platform.

Entertainment journalist, Sylvia Obell, made a simple but impactful tweet by saying, “Brandy’s voice. That’s it. That’s the tweet.”

Another netizen praised Brandy’s vocal ability, describing the transition from “Oceans” to “Rather Be” as precision and noting that all the “flavors” were there.

Another hot topic on Twitter was “Bye BiPolar.” The song, reportedly a metaphor for Brandy’s romantic affair, was lauded by another netizen, calling it a “perfection.”

One netizen captured a heart-warming post the rapper Timbaland for Brandy, saying that her vocals were like angels from heaven.

Before Brandy’s 7th studio album, there was “Two Eleven” in 2012. Chance the Rapper was featured on the release of its lead single “Baby Mama,” while Daniel Caesar and Sy’Rai were featured in the 15-song album, Vulture reported.

Brandy co-wrote and co-produced “B7,” and she told Billboard that the album was important for her as she discovered a part of herself. She also shared with the music news site how proud she was for collaborating with her daughter in the song “High Heels.”

She also revealed to the said news site the advice she gave to Sy’Rai. Brandy wanted her daughter to follow her creative gut, creative flow and try everything that she could do with her voice.

Brandy Norwood Brandy Norwood wrote a heartfelt message about her brother Ray J's wedding. Pictured: Brandy attends the Republic Grammy party on Feb. 15, 2016 in Los Angeles. Photo: Getty Images/Angela Weiss

The year 2020, by far, has been tough. Many have died and the world has been facing environmental, health and economic crisis yet Brandy believed in healing through music.

The 41-year-old former Disney star revealed her hesitation in releasing the album. However, she realized that people needed an escape and an avenue for healing.

Brandy emphasized during the interview that everyone needed to feel being in a community. She thought the music was the best way to feel the love and sense of togetherness.