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  • Christopher Williams - &quote;They Made A Little Kid From The Bronx Love Music&quote;

      Christopher Williams, a Virginia native, surfaced during the tail-end of the '80s, around the middle of the new jack swing era. His talents were not limited to those of a singer, but also an arranger, producer, and actor. "Talk to Myself" and "Promises, Promises," a pair of Billboard Top Ten R&B singles made with Timmy Gatling and Alton Wokie Stewart, marked his arrival. Those hits[...]

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    Monica - Code Red Full Album & Interview 

    Rather than celebrate the 20th anniversary of her breakthrough single, Monica declares a Code Redorder on the commercial airwaves that have squeezed out soul-rooted R&B. The first song on her seventh U.S. album is the title track, a scuttling assault produced by Polow and assisted by Missy Elliott, which involves the protest "Turn off the radio, damn right/We don't hear real shit no mo'." [...]

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