King of Stage
Download links and information about King of Stage by Bobby Brown. This album was released in 1987 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Pop, Teen Pop genres. It contains 9 tracks with total duration of 42:29 minutes.
|Genre:||Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Pop, Teen Pop|
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|2.||Girl Next Door||4:08|
|3.||Baby, I Wanna Tell You Something||3:46|
|4.||You Ain't Been Loved Right||5:06|
|5.||King of Stage||5:07|
|9.||Your Tender Romance||5:11|
Bobby Brown's style was still fairly close to that of his comrades in New Edition when he recorded his first solo effort, King of Stage — an album giving little indication of the hard-edged, aggressive "new jack swing" that was only two years away on Don't Be Cruel. While comparisons to his subsequent work are inevitable, Stage is a generally decent, though not breathtaking, album that stands on its own merit — and one that proves that there was indeed life outside of New Edition for the singer/rapper. Although Cameo leader Larry Blackmon, who serves as producer on "Girl Next Door," "Spending Time" and "Baby I Wanna Tell You Something," brings an undeniably Cameo-ish element to these high-tech funk smokers, Brown's individuality comes through loud and clear. But as enjoyable as the Blackmon-produced tracks are, top honors must go to "Seventeen" — a riveting account of a teenage mother who turns to drugs and prostitution — and the unapologetically sentimental, '70s-like soul ballad "Girlfriend." Brown sounds like he's going through the motions on the Rick James-ish "Your Tender Romance" and the lackluster ballad "Spending Time," but thankfully, Stage has more strengths than weaknesses.