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After Hours Slow Jams - Featuring Gerald Levert, Keith Sweat & Usher

Follow me @ SPOTIFY - 1000 songs available and 80 hours of pure listening pleasure. Strictly 100% Old Skool R&B to the core!, featuring classics from the 60s up to early Y2K. Living up the glory days when music was full of passion and soul. Let the music heal your soul. Clik the link : 1. Cant Help Myself (Radio Mix) - Gerald Levert - Groove On is the second studio album by Gerald Levert, released in 1994. It reached #2 on the Top R&B Albums and at #18 on the Billboard 200. The album is the follow-up to Levert's debut album, Private Line (1991). The first single from the album was the David Foster produced "I'd Give Anything", a cover of the 1993 song that was originally recorded by short lived country music group Boy Howdy. It was Levert's second top 40 crossover hit. The music video for the second single "How Many Times" was directed by actress Jada Pinkett. Two more singles included "Can't Help Myself" and "Answering Service." Drum Programming: Edwin "Tony" Nicholas, Marc Gordon, Dwain Mitchell, Greg Charley, Troy Patterson, Michael Goods, David Foster Keyboards: Edwin "Tony" Nicholas, Marc Gordon, Greg Charley, Troy Patterson, Michael Goods Synclavier Programming: Simon Franglen Synthesizer Programming: Claude Gaudette, Tony Smith Guitar: Michael Thompson, Randy Bowland Background vocals: Gerald Levert, Gerard Labeaud, James Labeaud, Christopher Kelly, Richard Chatman, Warren Wiebe Recording engineer: Craig Carruth, Jim Salamone, Michael Tarsia, Ron A. Shaffer, Gordon Rice, Paul Smith, Pete Tokar, Arthur Stoppe, Mark DeMartini, Dave Reitzas Mixing: Andy Kravitz, Michael Tarsia, Gordon Rice, Paul Smith, Mick Guzauski, Greg Charley, John Winston, Troy Patterson 2. Just One Of Them Thangs - Keith Sweat feat Gerald Levert - I'll Give All My Love to You is the second studio album by American R&B recording artist Keith Sweat. It was released on June 12, 1990, and went to #1 on the Top R&B albums chart and #6 on the Billboard 200. It spawned Sweat's second and third #1 R&B hits: "Make You Sweat" and the title track (both Top 20 pop hits), while "Merry Go Round" and "Your Love Part 2" were Top 5 R&B hits. This was also the last Keith Sweat album under Vincent Davis' Vintertainment label, which would sever ties with Elektra soon after the release of this album. On March 7, 1991, I'll Give All My Love to You was certified double platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America, for shipments of two million copies in the United States. The single "Make You Sweat" was certified gold by the RIAA on October 4, 1990, for shipments of 500,000 copies in the United States. Keith Sweat – Lead Vocals, Vocals (bckgr), Keyboards (tracks 5 and 6), Producer, Mixing Teddy Riley – Keyboards, Producer, Drum Programming, Mixing Jacci McGhee – Vocals (track 8), Vocals (bckgr) Gerald Levert – Performer John Adams – Keyboards Thor Baldursson – Keyboards, Saxophone, Drum Programming Charles "Poogie" Bell, Jr. – Drum Programming Bobby Douglas – Keyboards Bobby Wooten – Keyboards, Producer, Engineer, Mixing 3. Can You Get Wit It - Usher - "Can U Get wit It" is the first single from American R&B recording artist Usher's self-titled debut album, Usher (1994). Written and produced by DeVante Swing of the R&B quartet Jodeci, the single peaked at #59 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and #91 on the UK Singles Chart.
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