Make That Money Boo! Tamar Braxton Leaves Epic Label And Signs With eONE.

About four years ago, Tamar announced she sign with Epic Label.

The youngest Braxton was originally signed to her husband Vincent Herbert’s label Streamline Records, a division of Interscope Records, in September 2012. There’s no news yet on why she made the move, but we do know her upcoming new album Love & War was due to hit stores on February 12.

Back in 2015 Tamar released her last album on the label ‘Calling All Lovers’ which did poorly due to lack of promotion. Click Here and Here if you missed that.

Today, TJB Tamar has left the album and signs a whooping $1 million deal with eONE.

Sources tell us that the singer and reality star has officially left Epic and now is signing a recording deal with eOne Music. Sources tell us that Tamar’s deal is pretty impressive.

Tamar is talented and she feels like she should be compensated appropriately. She wanted a million.

We’re told that Tamar actually got pretty close to her number,

Her deal is in the high six figures.

Go on Tamar!!!!

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Tiger Woods Interview On ‘Good Morning America’ Says He Is ‘Trying Everything I Can Do’ To Return To Masters Glory.

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I hope Tiger can make a come back. It is really looking sad for the Tiger Woods fans.

Tiger does an interview with GMA.

“I’m trying. I’m trying everything I can do to be able to get back and play,” Woods, 41, said today on “Good Morning America.” “I love that event. It’s meant so much to me in my life.”

It was 1997 when Woods broke into super-stardom by winning The Masters at the age of 21, becoming the tournament’s youngest winner and first African-American winner. Woods has won The Masters four times in all, earning his last victory in 2005.

“It has so much history and meaning to me that I’d love to get back,” said Woods, whose new book “The 1997 Masters: My Story,” chronicles his historic 1997 win.

Woods, who now lives in Jupiter, Florida, would go on to win 79 PGA Tour events and 14 major golf championships. His career has been hampered in recent years by injuries, primarily his back.

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