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Dave Hollister Lyrics

Genre: Soul

Dave Hollister Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Call On Me
2 Help Me
3 Don't Take My Girl Away
4 More Of You
5 Just Worship
6 Can't Stay
7 Glow
8 Baby Mama Drama
9 Cheaterlude (interlude)
10 I'm Sorry (my Favorite Girl Remix)
11 Striving
12 We've Come Too Far
13 Came in the Door Pimpin'
14 Champion
15 Things In The Game Done Changed
16 Almost
17 Ghetto Hymns (The Introduction)
18 We Gonna Make It (Mama E's Song)
19 Standing
20 Keep Forgettin'
21 Tell Me Why
22 One Woman Man
23 I Lied
24 My Feelin's
25 Love Hate Relationship
26 Take Care of Home
27 Don't Stop
28 Real Talk
29 Yo Baby's Daddy
30 The Program
31 Look Up
32 Give Me A Reason
33 You Can't Say
34 Falling In Love Again
35 Baby Mama Drama/it's Alright (bonus Hymn)
36 Bless Me
37 Before I Let You Go
38 Bring It To Dave (interlude)
39 You Are
40 Keep Lovin’ You
41 Case is Closed
42 Destiny
43 Baby Do Those Things
44 One Addiction
45 Doin' Wrong
46 I'm Here
47 Come Inside My Room (Interlude)
48 My Everything
49 I Don't Want to Be a Hustler
50 Keep Lovin' You (Remix)
51 I'm Not Complete
52 The Big Payback
53 Lave Hate Relationship
54 Interlude (i'm Not Complete)
55 Reason With Your Body
56 Bad When U Broke
57 Keep On Lovin'
58 Missin' You
59 I Know I Can
60 Karma
61 My Favorite Girl
62 Church
63 Keep Lovin' You (Radio Edit)
64 On the Side
65 The Greatest
66 Pleased Tonight
67 Respect 2 Him (outro)
68 What Should I Say
69 It's Okay
70 Round And Round
71 Calm Da Seas
72 Tonite
73 I'm Wrong
74 Pump The Brakes
75 Secret Place
76 No One
77 My Favourite Girl
78 Good Ole Ghetto
79 A Women Will

Dave Hollister Bio

Dave Hollister (born August 17, 1970 in Chicago, Illinois) is an American R&B vocalist who found fame during the 1990s as one quarter of the Platinum-selling R&B quartet BLACKstreet before going on to a solo career.

Hollister, cousin of music act K-Ci & JoJo and Fantasia Barrino winner of the third season of the television series American Idol started developing fame as a musician in the early 1990s. Some of his biggest early appearances were with 2Pac on tracks like "Brenda's Got A Baby" and "Keep Ya Head Up" where he was credited on both as "The Black Angel" as well as the original version of "Don't You Trust Me." The remake of which was released on Loyal to the Game.

His next big move was when he was signed to Teddy Riley's R&B group BLACKstreet in 1994. He worked with the group on their first album and then left the group to pursue his own solo career. He was signed to DreamWorks Records and began working on an album.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dave_Hollister