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|Released||March 7, 2006|
|Producer||Danny Bell, Jr., Willie Blount, Carlos McSwain, Ralph Tresvant|
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Rizz-Wa-Faire is the third solo album by Ralph Tresvant of New Edition. It was released on March 7, 2006. The only single from the album was "My Homegirl."
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Robert Barisford Brown is an American singer, songwriter, rapper, dancer and actor. Brown, alongside frequent collaborator Teddy Riley, is noted as a pioneer of new jack swing; a fusion of hip hop and R&B. Brown started his career in the R&B and pop group New Edition, from its inception in 1981 until his exit from the group in December 1985.
New Edition is an American R&B group from the Roxbury neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts, formed in 1981. The group reached its height of popularity in the 1980s. During the group's first experience with fame in 1983, its members were Ricky Bell, Johnny Gill, Michael Bivins, Bobby Brown, Ronnie DeVoe and Ralph Tresvant. Early hits included "Candy Girl," "Cool It Now," and "Mr. Telephone Man". Tresvant was the lead singer on most of the songs.
Johnny Gill Jr., is an American singer-songwriter and actor. Gill is the sixth and final member of the R&B/pop group New Edition, and was also a member of the supergroup called LSG, with Gerald Levert and Keith Sweat. Gill has released eight solo albums, three albums with New Edition, two albums with LSG, and one collaborative album with Stacy Lattisaw.
Ralph Edward Tresvant, is an American singer, songwriter, actor and record producer, best known as the lead singer of R&B group New Edition. As a solo artist, Tresvant released the album Ralph Tresvant (1990). In 2008, he began touring with Bobby Brown and Johnny Gill in a new group named Heads of State.
All for Love is the third studio album by American R&B quintet New Edition, released by MCA Records on November 8, 1985. The album was certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). Also, this would be the final studio album to feature original group member Bobby Brown, who would shortly depart for a solo career until he would later return for their 1996 comeback album with the group, Home Again.
Home Again is the sixth studio album by American R&B/pop group New Edition. Released on September 10, 1996, it is the only album to date to feature all six members of New Edition—Bobby Brown, who'd left the group in 1985, rejoined the lineup—and was their final recording for MCA Records. Highly anticipated, and being their first album since, Heart Break (1988), the album debuted on the US Billboard 200 at number one, becoming the group's first album to open at number one, selling 441,000 in its first week sales. It also topped the Irish Albums Chart, and the US Billboard R&B Albums Chart as the group's first album in twelve years to do so since their self titled album in 1984. The album's success spawned four singles which collectively received moderate Billboard chart success. It was certified double platinum by the RIAA, for sales and shipments of over two million copies on February 4, 1997.
One Love is the seventh studio album by American R&B group New Edition, released on November 9, 2004 by Bad Boy and Universal Records. By April 2005, the album sold 244,000 copies.
"Mr. Telephone Man" is a song by New Edition, and the second single from their eponymous second album, New Edition. Released as a single, by December 8, 1984, it was being added to the most "Hot Black" radio station playlists.
"If It Isn't Love" is a 1988 song by American R&B quintet New Edition, and the first single from their fifth studio album, Heart Break. The song became the biggest hit from the aforementioned album, reaching the top ten of the US Billboard Hot 100, peaking at number seven, and reached the second position on the Hot Black Singles chart. Its chart performance and well-received music video garnered the quintet their first nomination for Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals at the 31st Grammy Awards in February 1989. The song and video is also notable for being the introduction of fellow R&B singer Johnny Gill as a new member of the R&B quintet.
This is a list of songs produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis.
It's Goin' Down is the second studio album released by Ralph Tresvant. The album was released in early 1994 by MCA Records. Tresvant's second set had him take on more of a hands-on role as opposed to his debut. This time around, he wrote and produced the majority of the album, save for three songs written and produced by his longtime producers Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis. Two singles were released from the album: "Who's The Mack" and "When I Need Somebody" The music video was directed by Okuwah Garrett of Power Films.. The album was met with lukewarm reviews, as it was noticeably different in style to its predecessor.
Ralph Tresvant is the self-titled debut album of Ralph Tresvant. The album was released in 1990 by MCA Records and has been certified Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America. It went to number one on the Irish Albums Chart for twelve weeks, and on the Top R&B Albums chart for two weeks and peaked into the Top 20 on the Billboard 200 chart. It features the #1 single, "Sensitivity" along with two more Top 5 R&B hits: "Do What I Gotta Do" and "Stone Cold Gentleman", which featured labelmate Bobby Brown.
"You’re Not My Kind of Girl" is a 1988 song by R&B/Pop group New Edition, and the second single from their fifth studio album, Heart Break.
"Count Me Out" is a song released as a single by R&B/pop group New Edition from their All for Love album, released in September 1985 on the MCA label.
"I'm Still in Love with You" is the second single from American R&B/pop group New Edition as a sextet from their sixth studio album Home Again (1996). The song was released on October 22, 1996 as the album's second single by MCA. Ralph Tresvant and Ricky Bell sing lead vocals; all six members sing background vocals throughout the song. The video for "I'm Still in Love with You" was shot at Villa Vizcaya in Miami, and once again featured all six members. The song was a big success on the US Billboard Hot 100, peaking at number seven, and was the second single to be certified gold from the Home Again project.
Mo' Money: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack is the soundtrack to the 1992 film of the same name. It was released June 23, 1992 on Perspective Records. The soundtrack peaked at six on the Billboard 200 chart. By September 1992, it was certified platinum in sales by the RIAA, after sales exceeding 1,000,000 copies in the United States.
"Old Thing Back" is a 2015 single by Norwegian DJ Matoma that is a club remix of the 2007 song "Want That Old Thing Back" by The Notorious B.I.G. featuring Ja Rule and Ralph Tresvant. "Want That Old Thing Back" appeared on the compilation album Greatest Hits, and is a remix of the 1995 Notorious B.I.G. single "One More Chance". "Old Thing Back" is credited to "Matoma and The Notorious B.I.G. featuring Ja Rule & Ralph Tresvant".
"Word to the Mutha!" is a song co-written and performed by American contemporary R&B group Bell Biv DeVoe. It originally appeared on their debut studio album Poison under the title "Ronnie, Bobby, Ricky, Mike, Ralph and Johnny !", but the title was shortened and a remixed version of the song was issued as the only official single from the group's remix album WBBD-Bootcity!: The Remix Album. The song features vocals from Bobby Brown, Ralph Tresvant and Johnny Gill; and it was the first recorded song to feature all six members of New Edition; although Brown, Tresvant and Gill are credited separately on the single rather than collectively as New Edition.
"Stone Cold Gentleman" is a song performed by American contemporary R&B singer Ralph Tresvant, issued as the second single from his eponymous debut album. It originally appeared on the album under the title "Stone Cold Gentleman ", but the title was shortened for commercial release. The song features a rap from fellow New Edition member Bobby Brown; and it peaked at #34 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1991.
The New Edition Story is an American biographical three-part miniseries about the R&B group New Edition, from their rise to fame as a boy band from the Orchard Park Projects of Roxbury, Massachusetts, to becoming a successful adult act. It was originally broadcast on BET from January 24 through January 26, 2017, becoming the network's first scripted miniseries. All six members of New Edition served as co-producers.
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