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April 12, 2019
℗ 2019 Jon B
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Jon B. Albums
Comfortable Swagg is the seventh studio album by Jon B. It was released on Valentine's Day, February 14, 2012. The album spawned two singles and videos: the title track and "Only One." The album is notable for being Jon B.'s first recording without marketing, promotion and distribution from a major label. His last two recordings, Stronger Everyday and Helpless Romantic, were released on smaller labels, but still had promotion and distribution from Sony BMG and Universal Music Group's Fontana Distribution, respectively.
Although Comfortable Swagg was released in 2012, a couple of the songs on the album were recorded as early as 2009. An unfinished version of "Fill Your Cup" was leaked to the internet in May 2010 without a second verse from DJ Quik.
Helpless Romantic is the sixth studio album by Jon B. It was released on October 28, 2008. It's his second and final album for the independent record label Arsenal Records, following the Christmas album Holiday Wishes: From Me to You in 2006. Helpless Romantic was a concept album that revolved around his recent marriage to his new wife. The album was recorded at Vibezelect Studios in Pasadena, California, his personal recording studio/record label.
Holiday Wishes From Me To You
Holiday Wishes: From Me to You is a Christmas-oriented album by Jon B. It was originally slated for a November 7, 2006 release but was released on November 14, 2006.
Stronger Everyday is the fourth studio album by Jon B. It was released October 5, 2004 on Sanctuary Records. After recording three albums for Epic Records, Jon felt he was being underpromoted.
He was signed to Sanctuary by Destiny's Child manager Mathew Knowles who was just hired as the president of urban music at the primarily rock oriented label. Stronger Everyday was originally recorded under DreamWorks Records under the working title Everyday Struggles, but the label folded in early 2004 before Jon got to release any material.
The album spawned the singles "Everytime" and "Lately".
Pleasures U Like
Pleasures U Like is the third studio album by Jon B. It's his first album under Tracey Edmonds' new label Edmonds Record Group. Edmonds formed the new label after Jon's previous label home Yab Yum Records folded. On Pleasures U Like, Jon reunites with past producers Babyface and Tim Kelley and Bob Robinson, who each produce one song. Also present on the album is Joshua P. Thompson, a songwriter and producer who is best known for his work with the R&B singer Joe.
Despite the album being certified gold, Jon felt it was not marketed and promoted properly. The only song released from the album as a single was "Don't Talk"- which was due primarily to Jon wanting to get out of his contract with Epic Records. As a result, this would be his final album released on a major label. Ten years after the release of Pleasures U Like, a song from the album "Calling on You" would later be known as the sample on Drake's song "Cameras" from his second album Take Care.
The album bowed at number 6 on the Billboard 200 and No.3 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart selling 99,000 in its debut week, becoming the first top 10 for Jon B.
Cool Relax is the second studio album by Jon B. It was released by Tracey Edmonds' label Yab Yum Records and distributed by Epic Records subsidiary 550 Music on September 16, 1997. The album was the follow-up to his 1995 debut Bonafide. Jon assumed the role of having more creative control on his second album. On his debut, he was given leeway to write and produce, but Edmonds and her then-husband Babyface were heavily involved in the making of Bonafide. Jon was confident in the material for his new album, but fought with Edmonds and Babyface over certain songs to keep on the project.
Aside from his work, Jon sought outside production from Tim & Bob, Johnny J, David Foster and Ali Shaheed Muhammad of A Tribe Called Quest, among others. The song that became the first single "Don't Say", was written by former Boyz II Men and Az Yet member Marc Nelson. Jon overheard Nelson playing the song in the record company's parking lot and asked to record it for his album. The music video for the single featured a then-unknown Sanaa Lathan as the female love interest.
"They Don't Know" was released as the next single, with a music video directed by Christopher Erskin.
Bonafide is the debut album by Jon B.. It was released on May 23, 1995 on the Epic Records subsidiary 550 Music. The album was the first recording released on Tracey Edmonds' record label Yab Yum Records, which 550 Music distributed.
It includes the Grammy-nominated first single "Someone to Love" featuring Babyface. The song was originally featured on the soundtrack to the 1995 Will Smith and Martin Lawrence action-comedy Bad Boys. Also included is the second single "Pretty Girl" and the final single "Isn't It Scary".
Bonafide was a favorite of rapper Tupac Shakur. The two met each other by way of a mutual friend on the set of Shakur's video "How Do U Want It", which prompted them to work together. The end result was the collaboration "Are U Still Down", which appeared on Jon's following album Cool Relax.
The album was certified Platinum.
Jon B - Greatest Hits...Are U Still Down?
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