Where Are They Now? Underrated Neo Soul/R&B Crooners We Loved Who Fell Off (But Shouldn’t Have)

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Dave Hollister

After leaving Blackstreet early down the line to pursue solo success, that’s when Dave Hollister and his voice really caught my attention. While “My Favorite Girl” and the album Ghetto Hymns was a success, he had his biggest hit with “One Woman Man” in 2000 as well as “Take Care of Home” off of the album Chicago ’85…The Movie. But after that, album success wasn’t easy and like many talented artists, he hopped from one label to another. As of recent, he’s reunited with Teddy Riley and the crew for a Blackstreet reunion and last time I checked, they were touring…but honestly, I think I prefer him solo dolo. But whatever works!

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