If you thought the craziest thing Drake would do during his first time hosting the ESPYs was appear in a comedy sketch with supposed nemesis Chris Brown, you were wrong. Very wrong.
The same day Justin Timberlake’s flashy falsetto shattered expectations with The 20/20 Experience, Brian McKnight quietly released the soul sounds of his latest studio album, More Than Words. While the light shines bright on Timberlake’s 20/20 (sold 968,000 in one week), McKnight’s classic R&B set sold 7,000 on the indy E-One Entertainment.
It’s Valentine’s Day and you’re in the mood for love. But what album should you put on during your romantic meal? With so many choices out there, we’ve narrowed it down to ten albums that will definitely help start the night right.
Brian McKnight often lifts his voice to sing songs of love, yearning and heartache. But for Valentine’s day, he offered a playlist of songs that he listens to when his piano stops playing and love is in the air.
The singer admits her church friends were none too pleased with “If Ur Ready To Learn.”
The singer helped write the title track of McKnight’s upcoming album. G-rated of course.
Several months after its release, Brian McKnight is still feeling the heat over his sexually-explicit song, “If Ur Ready to Learn.” The singer performed at a Baltimore festival on Friday (July 23) but he first had to answer to critics who questioned his involvement in the family-friendly event.
Brian McKnight is on his way to securing a spot as one of Twitter’s most wanted. After becoming a trending topic back in April for his X-rated song lyrics, he’s now stepped into a Twitter […]
After Brian McKnight‘s x-rated song went viral and made him a worldwide trending, the R&B crooner had some explaining to do. And while he blamed his foot injury (and boredom) for giving him the space […]
Brian McKnight‘s X-rated song ruffled feathers and set Twitter ablaze on Tuesday (April 24). The R&B crooner finally offered an explanation for his explicit lyrics and odd sex tutorial, citing a medical condition and boredom […]