Traci Braxton: Going Solo On New Radio Show
“Braxton Family Values” star Traci Braxton will make her debut on SiriusXM satellite radio on Tuesday.
The 44-year-old reality TV star will host a three-hour program, “The Traci Braxton Takeover” from 3pm to 6pm ET on SiriusXM channel The Heat.
“God is soooooo good,” Braxton previously said about the radio endeavor. In a social media post about her debut on SiriusXM, the TV star used her signature phrase, “Yesssss Hunnnie” to express her excitement.
Braxton joining the team at The Heat was first announced in February 2015.
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The Severn, Maryland-bred personality previously hosted a short-lived online show for the digital platform BLIS.FM in 2013. She also did a brief stint co-hosting an afternoon drive show with radio veteran Donnie Simpson on WMMJ’s Majic 102.3FM in Washington, DC.
In addition to her radio endeavors, Braxton released her first solo album, “Crash and Burn” in 2014. The album was led by the single, “Last Call,” a song that climbed to no. 16 on the Urban Adult Contemporary radio chart.
The singer is currently in production on season five of WE TV’s “Braxton Family Values,” which is set to premiere later this year.
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