“Choosey Lover” And “No, No, No”: 9 Songs You You Probably Didn’t Know Vince Herbert Wrote And Produced

April 22, 2014  |  
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For many people, when you think of Vince Herbert these days, you think of Tamar Braxton, or a Lady Gaga. He has steered the careers of both women and helped them obtain major success. But before he was doing that, he was a writer and producer for quite a few major talents during the ’90s. Here are 9 hits and deep cuts that Vince (then credited as Vincent Herbert or V.H.) has lent his talents to over the years.


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“Choosey Lover”  – Aaliyah

Herbert contributed his talents to both the old school and new school versions of this track (which appear together on the album), a remake of the classic Isley Brother’s song of the same name. While Timbaland was behind most of the hits on the One in a Million album, Herbert was the producer of this jam, as well as the remake of Marvin Gaye’s  “Got To Give It Up” from this same album.


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