The "I Wanna Be Down" singer has been destined for a spot on R&B and soul's A-list since her 1994 debut of the self-titled, Brandy. Breaking right into the stellar performance with the softly-vocalized "Almost Doesn't Count," the soul singer-songwriter embodied a premium throwback R&B playlist.
Following up with with classics like "What About Us" and "Full Moon," Brandy even pulled out rap's long-time-no-see vet, Mase for a rendition of "Top of the World."
Despite the glorious run down of her best hits, we couldn't forget about these classics that didn't make it to the lineup:
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