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Complete your Bobby Brown collection. Forever (CD, Album).
From Album: Forever, release on Nov 04, 1997.
Bobby Brown Forever Lyrics.
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Forever is the fourth studio album by American singer Bobby Brown. The album's only single, "Feelin' Inside", failed to impact the charts. During this time, Brown was the original choice to play Powerline in Walt Disney Pictures's animated movie, A Goofy Movie, but was cut due to drug problems and was replaced by R&B singer Tevin Campbell
Bobby (Bobby Brown album). For the Bobby album, see Bobby (Bobby album). Bobby is the third studio album by American R&B singer Bobby Brown, released in 1992 by MCA Records. The album continued the R&B/new-jack sound of its successful predecessor, Don't Be Cruel. Reid, and Daryl Simmons returned as songwriters and producers, however Brown also worked with new producers, most notably Teddy Riley, who was considered a pioneer of the new jack swing genre. Riley also co-wrote and produced the majority of the album.
Brown's next album Bobby wouldn't arrive until 1992. Despite its release during the final days of the New Jack Swing era-one that Brown had dominated-the album did become a success, selling more than 3 million copies, and spawning several hit singles including "Humpin' Around", "Get Away," and "Good Enough". He received his second Grammy Award for Best Male R&B Vocal Performance nomination for "Humpin' Around. Prior to the release of Forever, Brown had been in negotiations with rapper Tupac Shakur to sign with Shakur's new label Makaveli Records, or with the proposed label Death Row East. However, Shakur died before that could take place. Leaving MCA following Forever, Brown laid low for several years, appearing as a featured artist in 2001 on two tracks from The Benzino Project, and in 2002 he was featured in a duet with rapper Ja Rule on the song "Thug Lovin'.
Bobby Brown's follow-up to the groundbreaking Don't Be Cruel isn't as innovative or consistent as his previous album, but that doesn't mean it's without any charms. The singles "Humpin' Around," "Good Enough," and "Get Away" are strong and memorable, which makes any of pleasant filler forgivable, and the seamless production makes it all listenable.
Listen to albums and songs from Bobby Brown. From the street smart suit he wears on the cover to the pungently individualistic grooves like "My Prerogative," Brown stuck a chord in Reagan/Bush-era America.
Just before his new album, Bobby, was released in the summer of 1992, Brown married superstar diva Whitney Houston, who sang the duet "Something in Common" on the new record. Bobby's lead single, "Humpin' Around," was a smash on both the pop and R&B charts, reaching the Top Five on the former. However, Bobby didn't sustain the momentum of Don't Be Cruel; perhaps it didn't stand out from the pack the way Don't Be Cruel had in 1988. Shortly after the show's brief run, he and Houston divorced.
|2||It's Still My Thing||5:40|
|4||She's All I Need||4:27|
|6||Been Around The World||4:50|
|7||Give It Up||4:30|
|11||Heart And Soul||3:45|
|MCD 11691||Bobby Brown||Forever (CD, Album)||MCA Records||MCD 11691||US||1997|
|MCAC-11691||Bobby Brown||Forever (Cass, Album)||MCA Records||MCAC-11691||US||1997|
|MCAD-11691, DIDX 059792||Bobby Brown||Forever (CD, Album)||MCA Records, MCA Records||MCAD-11691, DIDX 059792||US||1997|
|MCSSD-11691||Bobby Brown||Forever (CD, Album)||MCA Records||MCSSD-11691||Canada||1997|
|MVCE-24053, MCAD-11691||Bobby Brown||Forever (CD, Album)||MCA Records, MCA Records||MVCE-24053, MCAD-11691||Japan||1997|
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