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You, Me And He (Instrumental Rap)

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  1. Tawatha Agee, Category: Artist, Albums: Welcome to My Dream (Bonus Track Version), Top Tracks: Zero To Hero, Did I Dream You, Thigh Ride, No More Tears, Thigh High Mix - Dub Mix, Biography: Hailing from Philadelphia, Tawatha Agee sang lead vocals on Mtume's million-selling single "Juicy Fruit" as well as her own hits "Thigh Ride," "Are Your Serious," and other hits produced by Mtume leader.
  2. This was one of Mtume's '80s "sophisti-funk" projects, with a mix of socially conscious lyrics, love songs, and uptempo cuts, plus collective vocals and sparing production and arrangements. The title cut was a huge R&B hit, peaking at number two and even generating some crossover pop action. Mtume got two other R&B smashes, one in the Top 20, and the album proved one of his best.7/
  3. Editors’ Notes By the time Juicy Fruit appeared in , Mtume had dropped any lingering indicators of the satiny '70s and completely refurbished their sound for the tough and glossy '80s. The production is at once more skeletal but also more muscular than on previous albums. “Green Light” reduces the beat to a bulbous bassline and the consistent crack of a drum machine.
  4. (Redirected from You, Me and He (album)) You, Me and He is a album by R&B group Mtume. This was their fourth album released on the Epic Records label. The title track was interpolated by Aaliyah for her remixes of her cover of (At Your Best) You Are Love, originally by The Isley Brothers.
  5. Sep 12,  · Mtume - You, Me & He -Reissue- available in our shop. A fine disco funk classics of the Shop now.
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  7. Jul 31,  · His vocals carry the same graininess found in earlier songs as he builds into speedy rap and references his own arrest, “Shoulda told the judge before they locked me up/ ‘It ain’t shit in.
  8. You, Me and He is a album by R&B group Mtume. This was their fourth album released on the Epic Records label. The title track was interpolated by Aaliyah for her remixes of her cover of You.

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