Finally - Blackstreet Reviews
Description:Genre: R&B & Soul - Soul / Artist: Blackstreet / Audio CD released 2001-03-19 at Interscope / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 Bl ... more
Finally - Blackstreet ... Blackstreet Intro/Can You Feel Me
3 Yo Love
4 I Got What You On
5 Drama/Misery Interlude
6 I'm Sorry
7 Think About You
8 Black And White
9 In A Rush
10 Hustler's Prayer
12 Take Me There
13 Don't Stop
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Customer Finally - Blackstreet Reviews (1)
by - written on 06/08/09 (Very useful, 42 readings)
After a gap of three years, the R&B group BLACKstreet were seen to return in 1999 with "Finally" after dropping their classic "Another level" release in 1996. It them, then taking on a line-up with Terry Philips, Mark Middleton, Chauncey Hannibal and Teddy Riley coming with more of their Hip Hop-influenced R&B tunes as they had to keep u with the massive shift in the way R&B had developed since their last release as they tried to catch up. 1. "Can You Feel Me" (Intro) 2. "Girlfriend/Boyfriend" Here you see that they kick right into what was a top single from the album and something ... Read the complete review
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