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Musiq Soulchild - Luvanmusiq
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Performer
 
Title
 
Luvanmusiq
UPC
 
07567899955
Genre
 
Soul/R & B
Released
 
2007-03-13
Our Price $7.98
Track Listing
1
 
B.U.D.D.Y. (3:45)
2
 
Ms.Philadelphia (3:56)
3
 
Teachme (4:22)
4
 
Better Man (4:39)
5
 
Thequestions (3:11)
6
 
Today (4:04)
7
 
Makeyouhappy (3:20)
8
 
Ridiculous (3:48)
9
 
Millionare (3:54)
10
 
Takeyouthere (4:55)
11
 
Lullaby (4:19)
12
 
Greatestlove (4:46)
13
 
Turnback Bonus Track (3:06)
14
 
B.U.D.D.Y. (Remix) Bonus Track (4:28)
Notes / Reviews

Luvanmusiq is the fourth release by singer-songwriter Musiq Soulchild, the first under his contract with Atlantic Records. The lead single, "b.u.d.d.y.", was released to U.S. radio in late November 2006; it reached number two on the R&B chart, and number 36 on the Billboard Hot 100. Following its release, it entered the U.S. Billboard 200 at number 1, with 149,774 copies sold.Katie Hasty, , Billboard.com, March 21, 2007. During the same week, the second single "Teachme" entered the U.S. Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart at number 54, and rose to number five in its thirteenth week. "Teachme" also entered the Hot 100 at number 92 on the issue date, May 26, 2007. By July 11, 2007, the album had sold 789,377 copies in the U.S.

The third single from the album was "Makeyouhappy", first said in an entry on Soulchild's MySpace blog. The song has already debuted on Billboard's Hot R&B/Hip-hop Songs chart, peaking at #61.

The album was nominated for Best R&B Album at the 50th Grammy Awards.

Samples credits

* "b.u.d.d.y." contains interpolations from the Taana Gardner song "Heartbeat".

* "lullaby" contains elements from the Blue Magic song "Stop to Start".

Bonus tracks

# "Ooo Baby Baby" (3:02) (Circuit City Bonus Track)

# "Movin' On" (4:11) (AOL Black Voices Exclusive Track)http

# "allaboutyou" (2:52) (Best Buy Bonus Track)

# "ridethrough" (3:06) (Best Buy Bonus Track)

# "slowdown" (3:50) (Best Buy Bonus Track)

# "rewind" (3:08) (iTunes Bonus Track)

References

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Artist/Band Information

Taalib Johnson (born September 16, 1977), better known by his stage name Musiq Soulchild or Musiq (), is a R&B/soul singer-songwriter whose style blends contemporary R&B, soul, funk, alternative, blues, jazz, some gospel influences and hip hop.

Biography

Musiq was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and is the oldest of nine children. At an early age, Musiq decided he would discontinue his high school education, and left home at 17. It was during that time Musiq started to build a reputation for being musically gifted, beat boxing for MC's, free styling on the open mic circuit, scatting at a jazz club, or just performing a cappella in the streets of Philadelphia, which is where he got the name "Musiq" and later added "Soulchild", which is intended to respect and represent the legacy and traditions of past soul artists. He cites as his inspiration such icons as Stevie Wonder, James Brown, Patti LaBelle, Billie Holiday, Sly & the Family Stone and Ray Charles.http

Musiq has also earned award nominations from Moard, BET, ASCAP, BMI, and Soul Train. Musiq Soulchild has had 2 platinum albums, 2 gold albums and 7 hit singles. He has received awards from BillbMTV, American Music Awards, NAACP, and 11 Grammy nominations, including 3 for his 2007 album Luvanmusiq. Besides being a successful recording artist, Musiq is notable for his creative and unique way of titling his albums and songs by ignoring the rules of capitalization, punctuation and spelling .

Name origin

"There were people who knew of me but they didn't really know me; they just knew me as 'that music dude.' So after getting that so much, I was like 'Just call me Musiq.' It was so fresh to me because if I had to be called anything, I would have wanted to be called Music. That's how much I dug it; when you see me, I want you to automatically think of music." The nickname Soulchild came from two ideas. Musiq quotes it as, "Musiq Soulchild is technically two ideas. 'Musiq' is the front man and 'Soulchild' is the idea behind it. It's basically me as an artist in this generation, representing the traditions and the legacies of the past soul stars."

Career

Musiq Soulchild released his debut album, Aijuswanaseing, in 2000. Its lead single was "Just Friends (Sunny)". Musiq's second single "Love" spent 22 weeks on the Billboard Hot 100 charts.

Musiq’s sophomore album, 2002's Juslisen, debuted at number 1 on the Billboard Charts and went platinum. The singles were "Halfcrazy" and "Dontchange".

In 2003, Musiq released his 3rd album, Soulstar. It included the singles "Forthenight" and "Whoknows".

Musiq took a four year break and changed his management to Solqi Management ; as well as his record label from Def Soul to Atlantic Records.

In March 2007, Musiq's released his fourth album Luvanmusiq. Its singles were "B.U.D.D.Y.", "Teachme", and "Makeyouhappy".

At his September 18 concert at the Warfield in San Francisco he announced his fifth album OnMyRadio. It was released on December 2, 2008. The lead single "Radio" was a complete contrast to the usual smooth soul and R&B Musiq fans were accustomed to. The following singles were the duet IfULeave featuring Mary J Blige; and the ballad SoBeautiful. "SoBeautiful" marked the first collaboration between Musiq and the producer JR Hutson, after Hutson had spent "about eight months" trying to get Musiq to come by his studio . According to Hutson, the two plan to work together again.

In May 2010, he changed management to Victor Grieg.

His next album Musiqinthemajiq is scheduled for release on May 3rd, 2011. The first single is Anything featuring Swizz Beatz http .

Guest appearances

Musiq Soulchild has featured on Nothing At All from Carlos Santana's album, Shaman. He has also made guest appearances on rapper Lloyd Banks's album Rotten Apple, Talib Kweli's Eardrum, The Roots's Phrenology, Black Ice's The Death of Willie Lynch and pays tribute to soul music legends Earth Wind and Fire on the tribute album Interpretations: Celebrating the Music of Earth, Wind & Fire. Soulchild has also appeared on the soundtrack to Tyler Perry's movie Daddy's Little Girls and Ice Cube announced that Musiq will appear on his upcoming album, Raw Footage. He also lent a song from his latest album Luvanmusiq to the soundtrack for Perry's later movie Why Did I Get Married?. He then recorded a remake of Arrested Development's song "People Everyday" with British rapper/singer Estelle for the soundtrack to Tyler Perry's Meet the Browns entitled "People Everyday (Metamorphosis Mix)".

Other interests

Outside of music, he has been featured in television and print ads for McDonald's, Nike, Inc., Coca-Cola, Levi Strauss & Co. and The Gap. He has made special appearances in The CW's #1 comedy The Game on Monday, October 29, 2007, as well as UPN sitcom All of Us.

Awards and recognition

He has received awards from Billboard, BET, the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers, BMI, and Soul Train. Musiq has also been nominated for awards by MTV, The American Music Awards, the NAACP, and has had 11 Grammy nominations.

Discography

Studio albums

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