Snowflakes of Love

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"Snowflakes of Love"
Toni Braxton - Snowflakes Of Love single cover.jpg
Single by Toni Braxton
from the album Snowflakes
Released 2001
Format CD single
Recorded Studio A Recording
(Dearborn Heights, Michigan)
Abbey Road Studios
(London, England)
KL Productions
(Atlanta, Georgia)
Genre
Length 4:24
Label Arista
Songwriter(s) Toni Braxton, Keri Lewis, Isaac Hayes
Producer(s) Toni Braxton, Keri Lewis
Toni Braxton singles chronology
"Maybe"
(2001)
"Snowflakes of Love"
(2001)
"Christmas in Jamaica"
(2001)
"Maybe"
(2001)
"Snowflakes of Love"
(2001)
"Christmas in Jamaica"
(2001)

"Snowflakes of Love" is a song recorded by American R&B singer Toni Braxton released through Arista Records as the lead single taken from her first Christmas album, Snowflakes (2001). The song was written by Toni Braxton, Keri Lewis Isaac Hayes and produced by Braxton and Keri Lewis.

The song samples the instrumental of Earl Klugh's "Now We're One", written by Isaac Hayes for the soundtrack to the 1974 film Truck Turner. The song failed to make impact on the Billboard Hot 100, however the single charted at number twenty-five on the Adult Contemporary chart.[1]

Commercial performance[edit]

On January 5, 2002, the song peaked at number twenty-five on the Adult Contemporary chart.[1] The song spent a total of one week on the chart.[2]

Formats and track listings[edit]

  • US CD single[3]
  1. "Snowflakes of Love" - 4:06
  2. "Snowflakes of Love" (Instrumental) - 4:06

Credits and personnel[edit]

Album credits taken from Discogs.[3]

Performers and musicians
  • Toni Braxton – vocals, background vocals
Technical personnel
  • Ashley Alexander - engineering assistant
  • Antonio "LA" Reid - executive producer
  • Craig Taylor - engineering mixing assistant
  • Darren Goodwin - engineering assistant
  • Dave Palmer - recording, mixing
  • Don Sebesky - arrangement, conductor
  • Keri Lewis - executive producer, mixing, producer
  • Randy Poole – engineering assistant
  • Toni Braxton - executive producer, producer

Charts[edit]

Chart (2002) Peak
position
US Adult Contemporary (Billboard)[1] 25

Release history[edit]

Region Date Format Label Ref
United States 2001 CD Arista Records [3]

References[edit]

External links[edit]