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Customer Reviews

what?

this s0ng is already on t pains album epiphany. Why is it a single for Ray Lavender?

Why it is on here...

...is because I guess Ray Lavender wanted it. Not entirely unreasonable. I mean, if you look at the version on Epiphany, that one is 3:40, and this version here is 4:29, so I guess he decided to add some more of his own sh!t on here. In conclusion, if you have not bought this song, I suggest you buy it here instead of there.

great song

While his girl gotta girlfriend song may have killed R&B, this song is more than doing its part to save R&B. Reminds me of the good ol' R&B days of the 90s. Great song

Biography

Born: Monroe, LA

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '00s

Born in Monroe, LA, Ray Lavender (or Ray-L, though he has also gone by L.A. Ray, RayBlack, and Earl Ray) knew from early on that he wanted to be a star. His family moved to Atlanta when Ray was only eight years old to provide more opportunities for him to accomplish this. After a few years of performing in local talent shows the young singer was noticed by a man named Andrew Bryant, who realized Lavender's talent and worked on developing him. When Lavender was in high school his father died, prompting...
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