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For the Man I Love
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For the Man I Love on CD

Combining a unique blend of R&B, Pop, and a bit of Jazz Stacye Branché placed her own brand of music, 'alternative soul', on the map with her CD 'I Believe', which has earned her a worldwide fan base from England to Japan, and everywhere in between. Branche' returns with her latest release 'For The Man I Love' taking her genre of 'Alternative soul' to another level. With soothing sounds that rock to the rhythm, Branché brings back her unique brand of music, regarded as 'something fresh' ... 'something familiar', taking the listener on a sophisticated heart-warming journey through the realms of love. Working again with long-term friend and producer Lloyd 'LT' Tolbert, Branché delivers lasting lyrics and beautiful ballads, mid and up-tempo songs in a collection that reaffirms our conviction for love. Branché wrote and recorded the 'I Believe' songs; 'How Did We Come To This', for the ScreenGems/Sony picture The Brothers; 'Don't Stop', for the Dreamworks Picture Biker Boys; 'Come Into My World', for the Independent film Kingston High; and 'Don't Fight', for the independent film Blue Moon. Mentored by legendary artists such as Stevie Wonder, and Herb Alpert, Branché's influences also include Minnie Riperton, Phyllis Hyman, Chaka Kahn, and Marvin Gaye - all singers who have notoriously welled fan's emotions for decades. Giving her audience a new take on the 'neo-soul' vibe, Branché's vocal interpretation and emotional lyrics conjure up emotions that warm and send your heart soaring. Nostalgic, secure, seductive and grounded in the realities and complexities of relationships, Branché articulates the wealth of human feelings and in doing so, move you.