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They’ve stood by me for so long, so I can’t and won’t put them through that big of a wait again.And that’s a promise." Soon after, it was reported that Norwood had been dropped by Jay-Z's management company Roc Nation, something which Norwood's team refuted in July 2009 by stating "They [Epic] have not dropped her. We’re in waiting" and that "Brandy and Roc Nation parted amicably".
The first single, "Put It Down", features Chris Brown and was released from May 2012.
I was convinced to do it professionally, which I never should have listened to that advice.”"With this album, I wanted it to be as honest and as real as possible [...] I wanted my album to represent honesty and clarity and struggle and pain, as well as love, with a different sound and a different edge.
It’s definitely R&B, but it has the crossover appeal. I wanted everyone to have something that they can listen to on this album [...]." After unveilling her new record deal in August 2011, Norwood finally revealed that she had found her sound for Two Eleven, stating: "What I'm truly excited about is how the album is all about R&B and figuring out the new sound of R&B, and that was the challenge for me.
Prescott told Darkchild that he wanted to work on making an R&B record with Norwood. In 2009, Norwood introduced her rap alter ego Bran'Nu on Timbaland's album Shock Value II (2009), the result of artistic experimentation with the musician, who had tapped her for her rhyming ability after seeing a video on You Tube that Norwood had uploaded and showed her rapping freestyle.
Norwood, who had initially thought of rapping as a hobby and fun for friends, felt encouraged by Timbaland to write and perform her own verses on at least three tracks for his album, two of which eventually made it to the track lisiting.