Bobby Brown, who is one of the biggest R&B stars in the business, came on the scene in the late 80’s with his schoolmates, Michael Bivins, Ralph Tresvant, Ronnie DeVoe and Ricky Bell, to form New Edition. He left the group and released his debut solo album “King of Stage” in 1987 that produced the hit “Girlfriend”. His follow-up album “Don’t Be Cruel”, sold over 7 million copies and had 5 top ten hits as well as garnered him a Grammy Award for Best Rhythm and Blues Vocal Performance, Male in 1989, and contributed to Ja Rule’s single, “Thug Lovin” in 2002 which won Brown a Source Award for R&B/Rap Collaboration of the Year for 2003.
Brown is ready to return to take his rightful place among today’s R&B artists with his CD. Brown is also working on a reality television show in which he will appear with his fiancée Alicia Etheredge. This will follow-up on his appearances in “Gone Country,”“Celebrity Fit Club” and “Being Bobby Brown”.
“I look forward to putting out the new CD” said Brown “and the performance that airs next month is to show everyone that B. Brown is back. In fact, I never left.”