Alex Vaughn Covers Brandy’s ‘Almost Doesn’t Count’ for Spotify's Black Music Month Feature

The remake came just in time for the 25th anniversary of Brandy’s “Never Say Never” album.

A rising artist gets her spotlight just in time for Black Music Month.

Alex Vaughn has entered the r&b scene with a bang, releasing 3 albums and 1 EP since the start of her career, adding another feather in her cap with her most recent project.

In lieu of Spotify’s Black Music Month, Black artists are being featured all month with both old classics and new hits.

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In this recent addition, rising star Alex Vaughn collaborated with Bryan-Michael Cox, SVP of A&R and executive producer of Love Renaissance, who has produced for artists like Usher, Mariah Carey, Mary J. Blige, and Toni Braxton.

Together, they remade Brandy’s legendary “Almost Doesn’t Count” from her iconic Never Say Never album, celebrating the 25th anniversary of the collection through Vaughn’s tribute.

Brandy fans are turning into Vaughn stans after the release of the ballad. One tweeter wrote, “Completely snappedddd @alexvaughn @bryanmichaelcox,” tagging the song.

Brandy is coined “The Vocal Bible” for her astounding career in music and success starring as the main character in “Moesha”. She has taken home honors such as the Lady of the Soul award, Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals Grammy award, and 12 Grammy nominations.

Vaughn also remixed one of her originals with Cox, “Do You Ever”.

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