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Welcome Back

Great song bringing back the 90s RnB era. Jodeci is also featured on this song. Great combo

For real? For real?

This has got to be a joke right. Within 5 sec. of this song I could tell it was garbage. This is not sexy. I repeat, this is NOT SEXY! The lyrics are weak and wack! This isn't vintage 90's R&B either. Classic R&B? WHAT!?! Don't lie to the people!

You want SEXY, VINTAGE and CLASSIC? Look up D'Angelo!

Congrats to H-Town. We missed you.

Welcome back fellas. Saw these guys in concert earlier this year in Columbus, GA before coming back to Iraq. Wife and I went home and did our thang. Take back the R&B vibe boys. See yall soon.

Biography

Formed: 1991 in Houston, TX

Genre: R&B/Soul

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

One of the big surprises of 1993 was H-Town, a vocal group that emerged from the stable of 2 Live Crew creator Luther Campbell. The single "Knockin' da Boots," a number three hit on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, established the group as part of the new breed of contemporary vocal groups harking back to vintage soul — rather than new jack swing — as their inspiration. The song's parent album, Fever for da Flavor, went platinum. The group's second and third albums, Beggin' After Dark (1994)...
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Knockin Your Heels Radio Edit, H-Town
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  • Genres: R&B/Soul, Music
  • Released: Oct 10, 2009

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