>he's before my time, >but not enough soul fans know about this dude. > >he is that dude. > >stand-out cuts: jackson 5 "can't get ready for losing you." >"theme from foxy brown." > > > >he really is that dude. >
I wanna be where you are = 3-6 back to back listens every time. I had serious love for Hutch with only Foxy Brown and The Mack soundtracks. Now that I'm starting to finally grab other songs, its curtains. His brand of expressive pleading is a strong template. This man has jams. He knows how to build a song up to its conclusion too. He pulls that off with the music cuz he's full strength from the beginning to the end of every song.
16. ": Teedra Moses!!!!!!!!" In response to Reply # 4
her first lp was a classic~! my jam is "you'll never find"
semantics softer than couples at wedding alters this cops and robbers and u cant hold a candle rip ur antlers off and hang them on my mantle str8 rambo--rocket science wouldnt even try it these dudes cant compare their focus is on a diet~me
5. "RE: who are some R&B acts that you thought would make it but didn't?" In response to Reply # 0
BRUTHA. I posted about their self-titled debut- few replies. I really liked it. If given a listen, i wonder what y'all would think. Vocally those brothers brought it- be hard pressed to hear others who could match them. But yeah talent alone won't cut it.
Think there was some internal strife and they couldn't get out of their own way and the sophomore album got shelved.
15. "Tha Rayne - Yummy Bingham's group." In response to Reply # 0
hell, not many people even know who SHE is, let alone the group.
wordup on Ryan Leslie. his first two albums are personal classics. the last new things i heard from him had me scratching my head though. he rapped for the whole song and his lyrical content was irritating.