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|Studio album by Bell Biv DeVoe|
|Released||January 27, 2017|
|Genre||Hip hop, R&B|
|Producer||Kay Gee, Cyrus DeShield, Erick Sermon, Carvin & Ivan, Battlecat|
|Bell Biv DeVoe chronology|
Three Stripes is the fourth studio album by R&B group, Bell Biv DeVoe, their first recording since 2001's BBD . The album is led by the Top 10 Urban A/C single “Run”,as well as their collaboration with SWV on “Finally”. It also includes their latest single “I’m Betta” produced by Kay Gee of Naughty by Nature.
Bell Biv DeVoe, also known as BBD, is an American music group that branched off from New Edition. It consists of three members of New Edition: Ricky Bell, Michael Bivins, and Ronnie DeVoe.
BBD is the third studio album by American R&B group Bell Biv DeVoe, released on December 2001 through Biv 10 and Universal Records. It's the group's first recording since 1993's Hootie Mack.
Sisters With Voices, better known as SWV, is an American female R&B vocal trio from New York City, New York. Formed in 1986 as a gospel group, SWV became one of the most successful R&B groups of the 1990s. They had a series of hits, including "Weak", "Right Here ", "I'm So into You", and "You're the One". The group disbanded in 1998 to pursue solo projects, and reunited in 2005. SWV have sold more than 25 million records.
The album is the combined effort of all three of the group's original members; Michael Bivins, Ricky Bell, and Ronnie DeVoe. The group continues to tour as part of New Edition.
New Edition is an American R&B group from the Roxbury neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts, formed in 1978. 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, 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. Brown was voted out of the group in 1985 and embarked on a solo career. The group continued for a time with its remaining four members, but eventually recruited singer Johnny Gill, who would be introduced on their 1988 album Heart Break. The group went on hiatus in 1990, while its various members worked on side projects, such as the group Bell Biv DeVoe. Gill and Tresvant also recorded successful solo albums.
|US Billboard 200||18|
|US Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums (Billboard)||10|
Ricardo "Ricky" Bell, also known as Slick, is an American singer best known as one of the founding members of R&B/pop group New Edition, and the lead singer of Bell Biv DeVoe. As a solo artist, Bell released the album Ricardo Campana, in 2000.
Michael Lamont Bivins is an American singer, rapper, manager, and producer, and a founding member of New Edition and Bell Biv DeVoe.
Ronald Boyd "Ronnie" DeVoe Jr., also known as R.D., Ronnie D., Ron and Big Ron, is one of the members of the R&B/pop group New Edition, and the R&B/hip hop group Bell Biv DeVoe. He was born in Roxbury, Massachusetts.
"Poison" is the debut single by the New Edition spinoff group, Bell Biv DeVoe. This song—in the style of new jack swing, a late-1980s/early-1990s hybrid of R&B, hip hop and swing—was the group's most successful, and sings of the dangers of falling in love with a "wolf in sheep's clothing". The song's swing sample is similar to "Taking U Out" by Rockwell Noel & The Poet. "Poison" was the first single taken from Bell Biv DeVoe's debut album of the same name.
The Price of Fame is the fifth studio album by American rapper Bow Wow. It was released on December 19, 2006. The first single "Shortie Like Mine" featuring Chris Brown and Johntá Austin. The second single "Outta My System". The third single "I Don't Know About That". The fourth and final single was supposed to be "4 Corners", but was never released as a single and a video was not shot. Every track on the album is edited, although explicit versions of songs such as "Shortie Like Mine", "4 Corners", and "I Don't Know About That" were recorded.
"B.B.D.?" is a new jack swing song by Bell Biv Devoe. Released as the third single from the album, Poison, it spent one week at number one on the US R&B chart and peaked at number 26 on the Billboard Hot 100 pop chart.
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.
Cheryl Elizabeth Clemons, better known by her stage name Coko, is an American R&B recording artist and television personality. Clemons is best known as the lead singer of the American R&B vocal trio Sisters With Voices (SWV). Aside from her R&B career, Clemons also has a solo gospel career.
Poison is the debut studio album from American R&B/hip hop group Bell Biv DeVoe, released March 20, 1990 on MCA Records.
WBBD - Bootcity!: The Remix Album is a remix album released by R&B group, Bell Biv DeVoe. It was released on August 27, 1991 through MCA Records and was composed of remixes of songs from the group's debut album Poison. The album reached No. 18 on both the Billboard 200 and the Top R&B Albums chart and was certified gold on October 23, 1991.
"Do Me!" is a song by hip hop/R&B group Bell Biv DeVoe. The song was released in 1990 as the second single from the group's multi-platinum debut album, Poison. A remix is included on the group's WBBD-Bootcity!: The Remix Album, released in 1991.
"When Will I See You Smile Again?" is a song performed by American contemporary R&B group Bell Biv DeVoe, issued as the fourth single from the group's debut studio album Poison. The song peaked at #63 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1991.
"She's Dope!" is a song performed by American contemporary R&B group Bell Biv DeVoe. It is the opening track on the group's debut studio album Poison and serves as the album's fifth single. In early pressings of Poison, the song was simply titled "Dope!", but the title was changed due to the increasing drug epidemic among children at the time. The song peaked at #9 on the Billboard R&B chart in 1991. The EPOD Mix version of the song is the version used in the music video & released as a single.
"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 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.
"Above the Rim" is a song co-written and performed by American contemporary R&B group Bell Biv DeVoe, issued as the official lead single from the group's second studio album Hootie Mack. The song contains a sample of "South Bronx" by Boogie Down Productions and "Blind Alley" by The Emotions. and it peaked at #81 on the Billboard R&B chart in 1993.
"Something in Your Eyes" is a song co-produced and performed by American contemporary R&B group Bell Biv DeVoe, issued as the second single from the group's sophomore studio album Hootie Mack. It was the only song from the album to chart on the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at #38 in 1993.
This is the discography documenting albums and singles released by American R&B/pop group, Bell Biv DeVoe.
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