On this day in music history: September 27, 1994 - The self-titled debut album by Brandy is released. Produced by Keith Crouch and Darryl Williams, it is recorded at Human Rhythm Studios, Aire L.A. Studios, Swing Bopulous Studios in Los Angeles, CA, and Ameraycan Studios in North Hollywood, CA from Autumn 1993 - Summer 1994. The first album for the then 15 year old singer/actress will be a huge success, spinning off four hit singles including “I Wanna Be Down” (#1 R&B, #6 Pop), “Baby” (#1 R&B, #4 Pop), and “Brokenhearted” (#2 R&B, #9 Pop). The album will also earn her two Grammy nominations including one for Best New Artist. “Brandy” will peak at #6 on the Billboard R&B album chart and #20 on the Top 200. To date, it has been certified 4x Platinum in the US by the RIAA.