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Grown folks music

I can't believe I am just hearing this! So refreshing to hear this

Classic album

True R&B album to feel too if you ever was in relationship drama

True R&B

The first time I heard these songs was in a SRO crowd in the now closed Trampps and he pretty much performed the ENTIRE album. I went out the next day and bought the album. This has just brought back so, so many memories. This is truly grown folks music and what I wish R&B would return to.

Biography

Born: August 17, 1971 in Chicago, IL

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Contemporary R&B artist Dave Hollister, a veteran vocalist whose style is firmly rooted in gospel and soul tradition, established his career well before his membership in Teddy Riley's Blackstreet. In 1989, the Chicago native was the featured lead vocalist on Blakk Society's "Just Another Lonely Day," one of Larry Heard's sorrowful yet cleansing house productions. During the next couple years, Hollister performed background vocals on sessions for the likes of Father MC and Hi-Five. As a member of...
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