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Chapter 3: Is the Best Syleena Johnson Album Thus Far

Ms. Johnson is one of the most soulful and honest R&B artist in the industry. You can feel her pain when she's hurt and you can feel her glow when love has taken over. This album takes you on a musical journey. My favorite song on this album is "Only a Woman" because its well written and soulfully expressed in a way no artist has done before. I love Syleena Johnson and I've been a fan since "Love Hangover". I've bought every Syleena Johnson album and she truly is R&B's best kept secret. But I don't want her to be a secret anymore, I want the world to know Ms. Syleena Johnson. Ladies and Gentleman let's support Great Artistry!!

Classic Like Music From The 80's

The Best Album Ever......Every Song Is A Great Song......Who Knew J.D. could make hits for anyone besides Bow Wow & Love Song is Firrrre

this album!!!

ok i never heard of her before but when i heard this cd i couldnt get enough really!! she has a unique style and vocie and it works for her. also the other chapters are just as good


Born: September 2, 1976 in Harvey, IL

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Singer, songwriter, arranger, and producer Syleena Johnson is the daughter of unsung soul and blues great Syl Johnson ("Different Strokes," "Is It Because I'm Black"). Born in Harvey, Illinois, she grew up listening to Aretha Franklin, Al Green, Tina Turner, the Dells, and Mavis Staples. She performed in local bands and sang in her church choir at Greater Christian Unity, and later worked in classical and gospel choirs as well as in jazz ensembles at Drake University and Illinois State University,...
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