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In 2005, fans and critics alike were enthralled by music sensation Brooke Valentine, aka B. Valentine. It was her dynamic single, "Girlfight" featuring Lil Jon and Big Boi, taken from her debut full-length project, Chain Letter (Subliminal Entertainment/Virgin Records), that helped propel album sales to 2.5 million copies worldwide. Now, she is back, simply as B. Valentine—with a new focus, a higher sense of purpose, and most of all, exciting new music!

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  • pisa na beyoncé e não é pouco
  • DONA
  • although I don't agree with its sentiment, I am always rocking As Long As You Come Home
  • she should make music....
  • Cover Girl <3
  • Love Letters is just so wonderful. Always find myself listening to the entire thing. I can't just play MIA and move on.
  • It's too bad she didn't become big like I thought she would. She just came and went. I guess she was put in the pile of other R&B girls like Cassie, early Rihanna, and Ciara that she got lost in the mix. Perhaps Girlfight wasn't a song people took seriously, because aside from that song, Chain Letter is a pretty solid R&B album. She has a great voice and the look, so it's a shame she didn't take off.
  • Love Letters <3 my favourite is Love Song!! ;)
  • MIA <3
  • New Mixtape: [url=]Love Letters[/url]

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