|3||That'z My Life||4:13|
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In Person is a live album by American jazz pianist Bobby Timmons recorded in 1961 at the Village Vanguard and released on the Riverside label. All compositions by Bobby Timmons except as indicated. Autumn Leaves" (Joseph Kosma, Johnny Mercer, Jacques Prévert) - 7:57. Goodbye" (Gordon Jenkins) - 4:46. Dat Dere (Theme)" - 0:56.
Special Occasion is the second studio album from R&B singer Bobby Valentino. Valentino co-wrote over three quarters of the album, which also features songwriting and production from Tim & Bob, Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins, Timbaland, Sean Garrett, Don Vito, Bryan-Michael Cox and Dre & Vidal. Due to a lawsuit with a UK artist who has been going by Bobby Valentino for over 35 years, the album in the United Kingdom is labelled as "Bobby" instead of "Bobby Valentino".
English (UK) · Русский · Українська · Suomi · Español. Album · 2018 · 1 Song.
There’s no doubt that Bobby Wilson–or Kill Kill, as he calls himself on every track of the album–is down to do whatever to succeed in the hip hop business. The intro to his second track, Difficult Times tells the listener about how his girl left him, and he and his brother don’t speak anymore because of his ambition to be a famous rapper. But hunger alone does not make a dope emcee, and there is too much filler and same ol, same ol feeling on Manipulation The first track has an adequate enough beat, ( the beat to the remix Difficult Two, is much better, but the rhymes there are weaker) and the chorus is catchy, but That’s my Life which follows it, is too played
Bobby Burns: YouTube VS. Happiness Is Being Yourself Enough?
Bobby Wilson's recording career began with "Let Me Down Slow" a one-off single for legendary Volt Records in 1968 and seems to end with "Honesty (Is The Best Part)" for Dark Star in 1983. In between this, he signed with Vernon Bullock s indie Chain label in 1974 and debuted with "Here Is Where The Love I. That song appears to have caught the attention of Buddah Records (probably Cecil Holmes) which signed him to an album deal
Bobby V was born (Bobby Wilson) on February 27, 1980, in Mississippi. He later moved to Atlanta, Georgia. Due to the poor album sales of the second album, Special Occasion's failing to reach gold or platinum sales, Bobby V was reportedly frustrated with the album's delays and less than expected sales, culminating in his decision to leave the labels. Although business ties have been severed, V maintains positive relationships with CEO Chaka Zulu, Ludacris and the Disturbing tha.