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Mar 1st 2001


Janet Jackson - All for you: (Virgin)


It's Janet (Ms. Jackson if you're nasty to quote her song - Nasty) she's back and as sexy as ever with this delightful dance floor groover. 

Taken from her forthcoming album of the same name (which will drop next month at a record store near you), 'All for you' will  get you out of your seats and moving your feet to the dance floor then your local record store. The song itself samples Change's - The Glow of Love and with Janet's infectious voice at the helm makes this a bonafide hit to add to her already impressive body of work. The full length will see Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis return in both producer and executive producer roles as well as Rockwilder (Jay-Z) serving as one of the producers.

Janet will be making special appearances throughout the country and Europe in support of the release and will be honored by MTV next week (March 13th) as their 1st ever MTVIcon.

The song goes to radio adds this week and will no doubt be heading for the No. 1 spot on the billboard charts. Look out for it a definite Ty-D Pick here.  




Raphael Brown- Maybe (Arista)


A very pretty ballad here from the former Mariah Carey back-up singer who has decided to venture out on his own. Not much was offered as far as his bio details are concerned 'cos nothing was available on his website but if you're a ballad lover then this one will fit perfectly into your playlist. 

Produced by Ken "K-Fam" Fambo and Donnie "D-Major" Boynton with co-producing credits going to Raphael himself the song is an enchanting story of love and passion and what becomes of it  when the feeling is challenged. he album yet to be titled is slated for a June release.   





Various Artists - The Brothers (SDTK) (Warner Bros)


The year's first all star black casted film is The Brothers which stars Shemir Moore, Morris Chestnut, D.L. Hughley and Bill Bellamy as four long time friends experiencing the trials and tribulations of todays urban society and nightclubs. The music to the film is just as powerful a line up as the film itself.

The soundtrack features the who's who of the RNB and rap world with the likes of Snoop Dogg - (Hi 2 u), Gerald and Eddie Levert - (Two of a kind), RL from Next fame - (Good Love) Jermaine Dupri with R.O.C. and Lil' Mo  - (Lay it down), Frankie Beverley and Maze - (Teach each other) and Jaheim - (Let it go) amoung others. The lead-off single will be Eric Benet's 'Love don't love me' which will go to radio next week. The soundtrack will be in stores March 20th and the movie itself March 23rd. A Ty-D Pick




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