Check out R. Kelly bringing that sexy disco flavor with “Share My Love”.
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Soptimus Prime presents ‘R&B Millenium Vol.1’ — hit the jump for the tracklist!
Happy Valentines to all those who are taken, almost taken, taken for granted, waiting to be taken, assumed to be taken, & those who aren’t taken seriously!
Share this free download among your friends to bless them with some musical joy on this special day!
This mix contains music from:
Joe, Usher, BlackStreet, Brian McKnight, Marques Houston, Bobby Valentino, Boyz II Men, Maxwell, Tamia, Avant, Eric Roberson, Keith Sweat, Jamie Foxx, Jodeci and many more R&B-allstars.
Full tracklist below:
“Back And Forth” was the lead single from Aaliyah’s debut album Age Ain’t Nothing but A Number. The song was written and produced by R. Kelly and went to #1 on the R&B chart and #5 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The video was shot in Detroit in a gymnasium and features Aaliyah’s real-life hometown friends. R. Kelly is also featured in the video. Aaliyah died in a plane crash in 2001.
R. Kelly is nominated for two Grammy Awards this year– Best Traditional R&B Performance for “Radio Message” and Best R&B Album for Love Letter.
R. Kelly is one of the biggest artists in R&B. Now a veteran; he came onto the scene with the group Public Announcement in 1992 and released his first solo album 12 Play in 1993. Since that time he has been a beast. R. Kelly has released 10 studio albums. He has sold 35 million albums in the United States– 50 million albums worldwide– and 15 million singles. The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) recognizes him as one of the best-selling artists in the United States and Billboard named R. Kelly the most successful R&B artist of the last 25 years.
In addition to his solo work, R. Kelly is also well known for his collaboration with and writing and production for other artists such as Aaliyah, Toni Braxton, Charlie Wilson, The Isley Brothers and Michael Jackson to name a few. He is also very well known for his remixes.
R. Kelly received his first two Grammy nominations in 1995 for writing, producing and composing “You Are Not Alone” for Michael Jackson. In 1997, he won three Grammy Awards for “I Believe I Can Fly”–the biggest hit of R. Kelly’s career. To find out if he will win this year, tune in to the Grammy Awards on February 12 at 8/7c on CBS.
Our AOM takes on R. Kelly’s 1996 classic “I Believe I Can Fly”.
Well, well, well what do they say about when you wake a sleeping giant? I think there are a lot of giants around (like minded individuals) who have basically gotten to the point with this music thing that they are tired of the bullish and just like in that great movie Network they are not going to take it anymore. (more…)
Happy Mother’s day to all the mothers around the world. Make sure you hug her and tell her that you love her, you only get one!
This can be an especially difficult day for those who have lost their mothers. I hope you’re able to enjoy and celebrate the great things that your mother instilled in you and reflect upon the good times you shared together.
Enjoy this TSOP (Love Train: The Sound of Philadelphia – Live in Concert)
classic from The Intruders, and more after the jump.
“I’ll always love my mama
She’s my favorite girl
I’ll always love my mama
She brought me in this world
Sometimes I feel so bad
When I think of all the things I used to do
How mama used to clean somebody else’s house
Just to buy me a new pair of shoes
I never understood how mama
Made it through the week
When she never ever got
A good night’s sleep”