Dave Hollister

He goes by the name of “The R&B Music Genius” , He is the cousin of R&B singers K-Ci and Jojo, Fantasia Barrino, and Neo-Soul singer Calvin Richardson.

He worked with artists like Redman (Wu-Tang Clan , Def Squad) , Erick Sermon (Def Squad,EPMD) , Tank , C’amRon , Angie Stone .

Here’s  The Untold Story Of  Dave Hollister

The truth, R&B genius, melodious voice from heaven; no matter the description given none can completely consume or cover all of the vocal talents that lie within this one man….Dave Hollister.  Dave’s career has been the text book path of one that began in the background but his talent propelled him to his solo career as we know it, one man, one mic and one band creating one night of musical bliss. His first solo project was released in 1999 entitled Ghetto Hymns.  This album went gold rendering the single “My Favorite Girl”.  This single went on to reach the top ten of the R&B charts.  “Ghetto Hymns” served as a notice to the industry and the world that Mr. Hollister was here.  He went on to complete eight additional albums over the years. During that time is when Dave released the highly successful project “Chicago 85”.  It was on this album that the single “One Woman Man” was the chart topping single, also reaching the top ten R&B charts.  And now he’s back with his highly anticipated new album (The MANuscript) featuring the new hit single “Definition of a Woman”

 

Born in Chicago, Illinois, Hollister was an original member of Teddy Riley’s R&B vocal group Blackstreet from 1993 until starting his solo career in 1995. After achieving solo success, Hollister left the label DreamWorks for Motown in March 2002. Hollister now is a gospel singer and a preacher.

Hollister is best known for his 2000 gold-certified album Chicago ’85… The Movie which included hits such as “One Woman Man” and “Take Care of Home

Reference :  Dave Hollister

Official Website : http://www.davehollisterlive.com/

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