Meet Traci Braxton Siblings: Michael Conrad, Trina, Towanda, Tamar, And Toni. Traci Renee was an American singer, reality TV presenter, and radio host.
Braxton’s debut solo album, Crash & Burn, was released in October 2014, and was preceded by the hit single “Last Call”. “Last Call” peaked at 16th at the top of the US R&B Adult chart.
“Crash & Burn” debuted at No. 108 on the Billboard Hot 200 chart, with the album selling 4,000 copies in its first week. It also reached No. 11 on the newly launched Billboard R&B Albums chart, and at the top of the charts at No. 1 on the Heatseekers Albums chart. In April 2018, she dropped her debut song “Broken Things” featuring her sisters Toni, Towanda and Trina.
In August 2018, Traci Braxton released the track “Lifeline” as the official lead single from her second album, On Earth, which was released later in the month. Braxton is also part of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated.
In the year 2011, Braxton was reunited with her sisters to appear on the WE tv reality show Braxton Family Values. The debut season was the No. 1 top-rated reality program on WE tv. The network was able to order a 13-episode season after its third season. Braxton was on the show in 2013. Braxton received her own talk show, dubbed The Traci Braxton Show on BLIS.F.M. radio.
Parallel to her singing career, she also acted in films like Sinners Wanted (2018), All In (2019), and The Christmas Lottery (2020).
She was born on April 2, 1971, in Severn, Maryland, United States, and died on March 12, 2022, at age 50.
Meet Traci Braxton Siblings: Michael Conrad, Trina, Towanda, Tamar, And Toni
Traci Braxton has an older brother, Michael Conrad Jr. (born in 1968), and four sisters, Toni (born in 1967), Towanda (born in 1973), Trina (born in 1974) and Tamar (born in 1977).
Braxton and her siblings were raised in a strict religious household, and Braxton’s first performing experience was singing in her church choir. Her parents are Evelyn Braxton and Michael Conrad Braxton.
Traci father, Michael Conrad Braxton Sr., was a Methodist clergyman and power company worker, and her mother, Evelyn Jackson, a native of South Carolina, was a former opera singer and cosmetologist, as well as a pastor. Traci’s maternal grandfather was also a pastor.