On November 10, Grammy-winning songstress Toni Braxon performed in the full round at the NYCB Theatre at Westbury on Long Island, as part of her North American Tour.

Background on Braxton

Throughout her respected career in the Music industry, Braxton has sold in excess of 67 million albums worldwide, and she has earned seven Grammy awards. Her music encompasses elements of pop, R&B, soul, adult contemporary, jazz and gospel. A few years ago, Braxton collaborated with Babyface, and they released an album together entitled "Love, Marriage & Divorce," which was produced by Babyface, and it earned them a Grammy award for "Best R&B Album" in 2015.

In 2016, Braxton served as the executive producer of the Lifetime movie "Unbreak My Heart," which was based on her memoir.

Aside from being a singer and songwriter, Braxton is also a record producer, actress, television personality, and philanthropist, who supports causes that are dear to her heart. The award-winning entertainer is able to balance her career in the music scene with her family life as she is raising her two sons, Diezel and Denim.

Braxton's set-list at Westbury

The R&B superstar looked as stunning as ever, as she underwent several outfit changes throughout her set. She delivered on such classics as her Grammy-winning "Un-Break My Heart," as she displayed her tremendous pipes and pitch-perfect vocal range. Equally beautiful were her renditions of "Breathe Again," "Spanish Guitar" and "Love Shoulda Brought You Home."

There was a lot of variety in her show, where every song had a different identity.

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Aside from "Un-Break My Heart," the fan-favorite performances of the evening were "You're Makin' Me High," as well as the sassy "He Wasn't Man Enough," the latter of which was sheer vocal perfection.

The Verdict

Overall, Toni Braxton's performance at the NYCB Theatre at Westbury on Long Island was divine. She is like fine wine, where she only gets better with age and experience. She brought a feeling of nostalgia in the venue, where many fans and listeners were reminiscing about the 90's.