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Album Review Marc Dorsey, Crave

Wayback Wednesday Album Review : Marc Dorsey, Crave

Singer Marc Dorsey had already made a name for himself by appearing on soundtracks to the Spike Lee movies Crooklyn and Clockers before releasing his solo debut, Crave. Marc’s debut was released on August 10, 1999, and led by the single “If You Really Wanna Know.” .

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The Temptations: Reunion

Throwback Tuesday Album Review: The Temptations: Reunion

Getting a band or group back together is a standard at some point in the music industry. Motown did just that when they released The Temptations album, Reunion in 1982. Notable Temptations members David Ruffin and Eddie Kendricks returned to the group after a decade long absence and reunited with founding members Otis Williams and Melvin Franklin.

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Force M.D.'s, Touch and Go

Flashback Friday Album Review : Force M.D.’s, Touch and Go

A year after their 1984 debut album, Love Letters, R&B quartet Force M.D. released the timeless ballad “Tender Love,” which took the group’s career to another level. In 1987 the group released its third album, Touch & Go. “Love Is a House” opens the album, and the song still sounds fresh as it did when I was six years old.

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Wayback Wednesday Album Review: Sean Levert , The Other Side

Wayback Wednesday Album Review: Sean Levert , The Other Side

Sean LeVert had already experienced great success in the group LeVert with his older brother Gerald and childhood friend Marc Gordon before turning thirty. Following the release of the group’s sixth album For Real Tho’ in 1993, Sean struck out on his own with his solo debut in June of 1995.

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Throwback Tuesday Album Review: Jackie Jackson , Jackie Jackson

Throwback Tuesday Album Review: Jackie Jackson , Jackie Jackson

The eldest Jackson brother Jackie already had eight albums to his credit as a member of The Jackson Five when he released his self-titled debut on October 14th, 1973. Following his younger brothers Michael and Jermaine’s footsteps, Jackie keeps the same essence with his solo debut that highlights his talent away from the group.

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Album Review : Portrait, Portrait

Flashback Friday Album Review : Portrait, Portrait

One of the most extraordinary things about growing up in the nineties was the music. R&B groups were all the rage and I want to take you all back to 1992 when a vocal quartet by the name of Portrait released their self–titled debut, via Capital records.

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Robin Thicke, Take Me Higher

Single Review: Robin Thicke, Take Me Higher

Robin Thicke has successfully spent the last few years rebranding himself after a messy public divorce from his first wife and his album Paula’s lukewarm response. In terms of albums, the singer hasn’t released a full-length project in over six years.

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Album Review Tru-Skoo, Jukebox

Album Review : Tru-Skoo, Jukebox

Tru-Skoo comprised of members Caramello Jenkins and Diggy Fontaine kick-off 2021 with their album Jukebox. Released on GodMan Music Group, the release is a throwback to the good ole days of R&B, and Hip Hop infused music.

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