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Album Review

Released four months prior to Mr. Houston, "I Love Her" was indicative of the sound presented throughout Marques Houston's fourth solo album. Slathered in fluttering Auto-Tune treatments and featuring a vocal delivery that would have sounded distant even without the processing, it's an approach that is occasionally — not often — broken up by some untouched falsetto. The disc is not the most distinctive set of the former B2K member's career, highlighted by the breezy "Express Lane" (which could have only been written in the wake of Jamie Foxx's "Blame It") and "Stranger," where Houston is at his unassuming best.

Biography

Born: August 4, 1981 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: R&B/Soul

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

After joining Immature/IMx as a young adolescent in the early '90s, vocalist Marques "Batman" Houston crossed over into television as a recurring cast member of Sister Sister and took on production duties with some of his IMx mates (as Platinum Status) for B2K and Destiny's Child. Along with producing some of his own material on his debut solo album, 2003's MH, he enlisted the services of Kowan "Q" Paul, Kenny Whitehead, and Platinum Status member Troy Taylor. Naked followed in April of 2005. During...
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