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K-Ci & Jojo - Emotional [Import]
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Emotional [Import]
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2002-11-26
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Emotional is the fourth studio album by K-Ci & JoJo. The album was released on November 26, 2002, and contains THE hit single "This Very Moment".

Singles

*This Very Moment (november 30, 2001)

Category:2002 albums

Category:K-Ci and JoJo albums





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Artist/Band Information

K-Ci & JoJo are an American R&B duo, consisting of brothers Cedric "K-Ci" Hailey (born September 2, 1969) and Joel "JoJo" Hailey (born June 10, 1971). Natives of Wingate, North Carolina, they were also members of the chart-topping R&B group Jodeci with the DeGrate brothers—Donald (better known as DeVante Swing) and Dalvin.

On their own

K-Ci and JoJo's first sign of independence came in 1994 when K-Ci covered Bobby Womack's hit "If You Think You're Lonely Now" for the movie Jason's Lyric.

In late 2006, K-Ci released his debut solo album entitled My Book.

Together

Early Years

Early in 1996, K-Ci and JoJo teamed up for the song "How Could You" for the movie Bulletproof starring Damon Wayans and Adam Sandler. By July 1996, K-Ci and JoJo finally had a hit on their hands as guest artists in 2Pac's number-one R&B hit "How Do U Want It". It also topped the Billboard Hot 100.

Love Always and Life

The brothers made their side projects into a full album, Love Always. Released on June 17, 1997, the album spawned two top-ten R&B hits: "You Bring Me Up" (Pop #26) and "Last Night's Letter" (Pop #46). The minor success of those singles, however, paled in comparison to the success of the album's third single, "All My Life" (which was dedicated to JoJo's daughter). A supple, lush ballad far removed from the Jodeci material of the early 1990s, "All My Life" was the number-one song on the Hot 100 for three weeks, a feat that K-Ci and JoJo had never achieved with Jodeci. It features a piano melody very similar to that of the electric piano found backing "Dancing In The Moonlight" by King Harvest. Future singles and albums would be crafted in the vein of "All My Life", which was the duo's only number-one hit, though many consider it one of the greatest jazz pop melodies of all time. Love Always went on to sell four million copies, and the success of the album put Jodeci's reunion on hold indefinitely.

In 1999, K-Ci & JoJo recorded "Life", which was written and produced by R. Kelly, for the soundtrack to the Eddie Murphy and Martin Lawrence movie Life.

It's Real

Their second album, It's Real, was released on June 22, 1999. It spawned one major hit "Tell Me It's Real" which peaked at number two on the Billboard Hot 100 and Billboard's R&B charts. The "Club Asylum Steppers" remix of Tell Me It's Real has proven extremely popular within the UK Garage scene.

X

K-Ci and JoJo returned with X on December 5, 2000. X, the Roman numeral for ten, was picked as the album title to celebrate the Haileys' tenth anniversary in the music business. They made a strong return to the Billboard Hot 100 early in 2001 with the song "Crazy", also included on the Save the Last Dance soundtrack. "Crazy" peaked at number three on the Billboard Hot 100. The album also features a hidden Jodeci track entitled "Slip And Fall".

Emotional and Greatest Hits

The fourth K-Ci and JoJo album, Emotional, was released on November 26, 2002, but did not find commercial success. The CD consisted of one single, "This Very Moment."

K-Ci and JoJo released a greatest hits album on February 8, 2005.

Love

On February 6, 2008, they released their fifth album called Love, which was released only in Japan.

New Signing Deal

In 2010, they signed an exclusive deal with R&B crooner Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds' upstart Soda Pop Records, distributed through Capitol Records.

Media

In 2010, they appeared in a 'T.V. ONE' reality show called K-Ci and JoJo Come Clean about the brothers' struggles with alcohol.

Family ties

*Music runs in K-Ci and JoJo's family, with vocalist Dave Hollister and Fantasia Barrino as cousins of the duo.

Discography

Awards and nominations

American Music Awards

References





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