Tamar Braxton debuts new single 'Catfish' + unveils 'Calling All Lovers' album cover...

Tamar Braxton's new single 'Catfish' has nice production despite the overplayed sample and repetitiveness. The 90s vibe is welcoming and her subtle vocal delivery is very pleasant on the ear. 
Official 'Calling All Lovers' album cover.

Tamar stays cussing out mankind but lyrically, this could use some work as it comes across very juvenile. The sample is Biz Markie's 'Nobody Beats The Biz' (1988), and it was later popularised in the early 90s by SWV's 'Right Here (Human Nature).' As a result, my generation would be far more familiar with the beat from that era.  Tamar's new album 'Calling All Lovers' is due October 2nd. Check out the standard and deluxe tracklist inside.

Calling All Lovers tracklist
1. Angels & Demons
2. Catfish
3. Simple Things
4. Broken Record
5. Never
6. Circles
7. If I Don’t Have You
8. Raise the Bar
9. I Love You
10. Makin’ Love
11. Love It
12. Must Be Good To You
13. Free Fallin’
14. King

15. S.O.N.
16. Coming Home