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A Solid, enjoyable album....A memorable one too

I have never purchased a Brian McKnight album, fearing the over done ballads, but this is a good start. Suprisingly a good album with 13 songs i like and about two i dont, that is very good for a fifteen track album. I am glad his club banger if you want to call it that remembers that he is a grown man and throwing in a rapper who's first name starts with lil will not guarantee a hit. But you certainly appreciate the diversity of the album ...yet still remaining to be a flowing album with direction. I would recommend any one considering to purchase this album does!!! I love it and i hope it is recognised out there....

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Tracks 1,3,6 & 13 Good Tunes.

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Biography

Born: 05 June 1969 in Buffalo, NY

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

One of the most consistent and versatile adult contemporary R&B artists, Brian McKnight placed seven albums across 15 years — from the early '90s through the first decade of the 2000s — within the Top Ten of Billboard's R&B albums chart. Whether he wrote and produced for himself or collaborated with the likes of Diddy, the Underdogs, and Tim & Bob, he enjoyed moderate commercial success without ever quite becoming a superstar. This, along with a down-to-earth personality and...
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