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Vocalist
    (June 4, 1968- )
    Born in Boston, Massachusetts
    Birth name was Albert Jason Brown III
    Recorded the albums 'In Effect Mode' (1988), 'Private Times... and the Whole 9!' (1990), 'Sexy Versus' (1992) and 'Honey I'm Home' (2009)
    Recorded the singles 'Night and Day' (1988), 'Off On Your Own (Girl)' (1988), 'Killing Me Softly' (1988), 'If I'm Not Your Lover' (featuring Slick Rick, 1989), 'Somebody for Me' (with Heavy D and the Boyz, 1989), 'Misunderstanding' (1990), 'No Matter What You Do' (featuring Diana Ross, 1991) and 'Right Now' (1992)
    That exclamation point!
    'Nite and Day' was his only single to cross over to the pop Top 40.
    He fathered out of wedlock a son, Quincy, who is being raised by Sean 'Diddy' Combs.
    He refused to attend Quincy's 16th birthday party because he did not like the theme chosen by Combs (2007).
    He dated 'Apprentice' contestant Omarosa.
    He was a star quarterback in high school.
    Three of his songs topped the Billboard R&B chart.
    He was sidelined from performing by a car accident (1996).
    As a producer and A&R executive, he helped discover Jodeci, Faith Evans, Case and Usher.

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