100 Most Dynamic Debut Albums: Kenny Lattimore’sKenny Lattimore’ (1996)
and young adults, and Kenny Lattimore effectively showcased his range and hinted at the greatness to come. Featuring production from the likes of Dave “Jam” Hall and Barry J. Eastmond, Kenny Lattimore was A Kenny Lattimore Christmas, the singer took his rightful place as one of the most consistently engaging performers of his era. LISTEN: Album” below to explore each album or view the full album index here. KENNY LATTIMORE | Kenny Lattimore Columbia (1996) | Amazon | iTunes | Listen Below Selected by Steven E. Flemming, Jr. Kenny 100 Most Dynamic Debut Albums: Kenny Lattimore’sKenny Lattimore’ (1996) Kenny Lattimore
Song Stuck in Our Heads Today: Kenny Lattimore’s "Never Too Busy" (1996)
Song Stuck in Our Heads Today: Kenny Lattimore’s "Never Too Busy" (1996) “Never Too Busy” appears on Kenny Lattimore’s eponymous 1996 debut solo album ‘Kenny Lattimore ARTIST: Kenny Lattimore TITLE: “Never Too Busy” ALBUM: Kenny Lattimore (1996) BUY: Amazon | iTunes WATCH/LISTEN: Kenny Lattimore
Happy Birthday to Kenny Lattimore, Born April 10, 1970
deal with Motown Records, and his first release for the label was a seasonal album, A Kenny Lattimore Christmas ): After a false start with the late-'80s vocal group Maniquin, Kenny Lattimore became a minor R&B star in and wrote or co-wrote six of the 12 songs. Kenny Lattimore was released in 1996 and it was a steady Happy Birthday to Kenny Lattimore, Born April 10, 1970 Please join the Albumism team in celebrating Kenny Lattimore’s musical legacy and share your personal memories of him with us. Kenny Lattimore Please join the Albumism team in celebrating Kenny Lattimore’s musical legacy and share your
NEW MUSIC WE LOVE: Kenny Lattimore Unveils Video for “Push” from Forthcoming Album ‘Vulnerable’
Artist: Kenny Lattimore Song: “Push” Album: Vulnerable (due in stores October 13th) Buy: Amazon NEW MUSIC WE LOVE: Kenny Lattimore Unveils Video for “Push” from Forthcoming Album ‘Vulnerable’ Upcoming Tour: Dates As we celebrate Kenny Lattimore’s eponymous 1996 debut album this week as part of Kenny Lattimore
Albumism Welcomes Steven E. Flemming, Jr. as Our Newest Contributor
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Happy Birthday to DJ Jazzy Jeff, born January 22, 1965
Please join the Albumism team in celebrating DJ Jazzy Jeff’s musical legacy and share your personal memories of him with us in the comments below! Born: January 22, 1965 Biography: DJ Jazzy Jeff's accomplishments extend well beyond his status as one-half of a multi-platinum rap duo. Regarded as a pioneering turntable tactician for his well-honed skills and for his development of the transformer scratch, the Philadelphian (born Jeff Townes) founded a production house -- called A Touch of Jazz -- a few years into his alliance with Will Smith as DJ Jazzy Jeff & the Fresh Prince. Since parting ways with his partner, the DJ has worked on records by KRS-One, Kenny Lattimore, Jill Scott, J-Live, and King Britt's Sylk 130. In 2002, he put together a stylistically diverse solo album for BBE; Magnificent, like a Quincy Jones record, found Jeff supported by a number of co-stars, most of whom were also Philadelphians. Two years later, his first ever DJ mix Hip Hop Forever, Vol. 2 was released. The Return of the Magnificent, featuring another all-star support cast, came out in 2007. [Source: AllMusic] Discography: AllMusic | Amazon | iTunes Watch: Official VEVO/YouTube Page Discover/Stream:
LISTEN: Discover 30 of Albumism’s Favorite New Tracks with Our September Playlist
The Albumism team is thrilled to welcome you to the September 2017 edition of our monthly new music playlist, which highlights 30 of the latest & greatest songs tickling our ears at the moment. We hope you enjoy our selections, and if you dig any of the songs featured here, we encourage you to support the artists by purchasing their music through Amazon, iTunes, or other fine music retailers near you. This month’s featured artists include Jessie Ware, Beck, St. Vincent, The xx, Mr. Lif & Akrobatik, Ledisi, Jordan Rakei, Bjork, Above & Beyond featuring Zoe Johnston, Tove Lo, Prophets of Rage, Tori Amos, The National, Kelley Stoltz, Bright Light Bright Light, Mount Kimbie featuring Andrea Balency, Sam Smith, Kölsch featuring Aurora, Lee Ranaldo featuring Sharon Van Etten, The Duke Spirit, London Grammar, Japanese Breakfast, VÉRITÉ, Yumi Zouma, Kenny Lattimore, Jazz Spastiks, Ibeyi featuring Kamasi Washington, Apathy & O.C. featuring Jus Cuz, Gregory Porter, and Portico Quartet. Stream the playlist below or here and be sure to follow Albumism on Spotify here to be the first to discover future playlists. LISTEN:
ALBUM REVIEW: On ‘Timeless,’ After 7 Return to Sing Soul for the Ages
Kenny Lattimore post solid numbers. Now a quartet that includes nephew Jason Edmonds, the group has
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Happy 50th Birthday to Teddy Riley, Born October 8, 1967
Block, Joe, Kenny Lattimore, Robin Thicke, Boys II Men, Lady Gaga, and an extensive list of others
SOUNDTRACK SALUTE: Nine ‘90s Soundtracks That Still Sound Superb Today
(“Never Enough”), Dionne Farris (“Hopeless”), Kenny Lattimore ("Can't Get Enough"), and Lauryn Hill
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