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Lady Gaga . Braxton revealed to Essence that she originally intended the song "Hot Sugar" to be released as the lead single from her second album, saying "given everything Twinkle, Twinkle - Thelonious Monk - The Complete Riverside Recordings happened to Vince and I [sic] this year, and everything we went through in our marriage, this song was fitting to me and Vince", explaining "I've been in love before, and I've gotten my feelings hurt before but I've never experienced passion until I met Vince".
She added "I've never argued this much with a person, and I've never loved this hard. That's what this song is about.
Singer-songwriter Lady Gagawho was signed by Braxton's bestfriend and Streamline Records founder Leshelle Driver inpromoted the single via social networking site Twitterto over 31 million followers. Essence writer Derrick Bryson Taylor wrote "the meaning of the song goes way beyond a minor tiff between lovers. It is really about her marriage". The music video for the song was filmed in Love Came Falling - Robert Vaughn And The Shadows - Love And War Hollywood Hills and Malibu. Rick Florino of Artistdirect described the song as "a powerful and passionate slice of soul pop" which "showcases the singer's impressive and inimitable range.
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