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Jazmine Withe - Sexy Jazmine With In Her First ...

Sullivan followed this with her second studio album, Love Me Back, in 2010, which was received favorably by critics. After taking a three-year break, Sullivan signed with RCA Records and released her first studio album under the label, Reality Show, in 2015, and it became her second album to peak at number one on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. In 2021, she released her critically acclaimed EP, Heaux Tales which has the single "Pick Up Your Feelings".

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At fifteen, Sullivan signed to Jive Records. She recorded an album, which was never released and she was eventually dropped from the label.[5] Sullivan provided vocals for Kindred the Family Soul's song, "I Am", as well as background vocals on the song "Party's Over", and the title track to their 2003 debut Surrender to Love.[7][8] She first met rapper Missy Elliott during the session; Elliott went on to produce both the majority of her debut album, Fearless and tracks on Love Me Back.[9] Sullivan wrote and recorded with producers Cool & Dre a song titled "Say I" with producers Cool & Dre; it was given to Dre's then-girlfriend Christina Milian for her third album, So Amazin'.[10] The song became the lead single, peaking at number 13 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs as well as reaching number 21 on the Hot 100 chart.[11] Sullivan's breakthrough song, "Need U Bad" was released in May 2008.[12] The song featured additional vocals by Missy Elliott and Sandy "Pepa" Denton of Salt-n-Pepa, later debuted at number 37 on the Billboard Hot 100 and was on top of the Hot R&B/Hip Hop Songs for 34 weeks.[13]

Sullivan's debut album Fearless was released on September 23, 2008.[14] At the time, she wrote and composed many of its songs and served as the album's executive producer alongside Missy Elliott, Salaam Remi, and Peter Edge.[15] The album received production from Elliott, Remi, Stargate, Carvin & Ivan, Jack Splash, and Fisticuffs.[16] Fearless debuted at number 1 on the Top R&B/Hip Hop Albums and at number 6 on the Billboard 200.[17][18] Sullivan followed her début single with the release of the second single from Fearless, "Bust Your Windows", which reached number 4 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and number 31 on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming her most successful single on that chart to date.[19][20][21] "Bust Your Windows" appeared on the first season of the Fox hit television show Glee and was also nominated for a Grammy for Best R&B Song.[22][23][24] In 2014, Stevie Wonder claimed he considered "Bust Your Windows" a classic song.[25] "Lions, Tigers & Bears" was released as the album's third single in December 2008. It scored her third consecutive top ten on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs, reaching number 10, and garnered some mainstream success by reaching number 74 on the Billboard Hot 100.[26] Sullivan later pursued success in the United Kingdom and she first released "Dream Big" as a single in the UK in February 2009.[27][28] The song was released as the fourth and final single from the album in April 2009.[29] The album has a platinum certification by the Recording Industry Association of America and has sold more than 510,000 copies in the United States.[30]

In 2016, Sullivan was featured in the visual album "Endless" by Frank Ocean.[65][66] Sullivan lent her vocals to four songs from the album: "Alabama", "Wither", "Hublots", and "Rushes". Sullivan was the lead writer for these four songs on Mary J. Blige's album Strength of a Woman, and sang backup vocals on the first three of them: "Thick of It", "Set Me Free", "Glow Up", and "Thank You." ("Strength of a Woman" album liner notes).[67] She in partnership with fellow American singer Bryson Tiller released "Insecure" for the soundtrack for the second season of the HBO series of the same title.[68] Also in 2016 she performed the national anthem at the first game of the 2016 NHL Stadium Series at TCF Bank Stadium featuring the Chicago Blackhawks and Minnesota Wild. In 2019, Sullivan was featured on Pentatonix's Christmas collection The Best of Pentatonix Christmas on the group's cover of "Joyful, Joyful".

In August 2020, Sullivan announced the release of a new song titled "Lost One", marking her return to music.[69] Within hours of the announcement, the phrase "New Jazmine" trended on Twitter across the United States.[70] The song was released the next day along with the confirmation of her extended play (EP), Heaux Tales.[71] Sullivan released the second single "Pick Up Your Feelings" on November 20, 2020.[72] Heaux Tales was released on January 8, 2021. With first-week sales of 42,000 copies the EP debuted at number four on the US Billboard 200 chart and earning Sullivan her highest-peaking album on the chart.[73]

In February 2021, it was announced that Sullivan was nominated for the 52nd NAACP Image Awards, which took place on March 27, 2021. She competed with artists such as Beyoncé, H.E.R., Ledisi, and Alicia Keys for the Outstanding Female Artist category. On February 7, she performed "The Star-Spangled Banner" alongside country artist Eric Church at Super Bowl LV.[74] In May, she earned the first single gold certification of Heaux Tales with "Pick Up Your Feelings".[75]

Jazmine Sullivan has authored the kind of songbook that could form the basis of a jukebox musical. Given the versatility the R&B artist has displayed as a gospel-reared and stage-trained powerhouse vocalist, the production would require a large and exceptionally talented ensemble to do right by the source material. Stymied before she was able to release an album recorded in her mid-teens, the Philadelphia native broke through in her late teens as a songwriter with "Say I" (2006), a Top 40 hit for Christina Milian. Shortly after that, she launched her career as a headliner with the similarly successful "Need U Bad," the first single off Fearless (2008), a Top Ten album that garnered seven Grammy nominations, including Best R&B Album and Best New Artist. Although Sullivan has released only two full-lengths since then, namely Love Me Back (2010) and Reality Show (2015), they have also been met with widespread acclaim, high chart placement, and additional Grammy nominations. All along, Sullivan has cultivated a substantial secondary discography as a songwriter and featured vocalist, underscored with a number one R&B/hip-hop hit co-written for Monica ("Everything to Me") and a Grammy-nominated duet with PJ Morton ("Built for Love"). Despite being an outlier -- she's never truly adhered to contemporary trends or squarely traditional R&B -- Sullivan has always been relevant, up to and including the Grammy-nominated Heaux Tales (2021), her first release of the 2020s.

Sullivan scored her first hit as a songwriter in 2006 with Christina Milian's "Say I," a Top 40 pop hit in the U.S. and a number four smash in the U.K. J Records subsequently signed her to a recording contract. Sullivan made her major-label debut in May 2008 with "Need U Bad." The yearning, reggae-flavored ballad, produced by Missy Elliott and Cainon Lamb, topped Billboard's R&B/hip-hop chart, crossed into the Top 40, and pushed Fearless to number six on the Billboard 200 immediately after that parent album was issued in September (one week before Jennifer Hudson's self-titled album hit shelves with another Sullivan-Elliott collaboration, "I'm His Only Woman," featuring Fantasia). Fearless yielded two more Top Ten R&B/hip-hop hits, both theatrical collaborations with Salaam Remi. Those two songs, "Bust Your Windows" and "Lions, Tigers & Bears," along with "Need U Bad" and "In Love with Another Man" -- the latter a gospel-rooted belter written with and produced by Anthony Bell -- were all nominated for Grammys, spread across the categories of Best R&B Song, Best Traditional R&B Vocal Performance, and Best Female R&B Vocal Performance. Fearless itself was nominated for Best R&B Album, and Sullivan was up for Best New Artist (won that year by Adele), one of the Big Four categories.

During the first week of 2011, Sullivan announced that she was stepping back from music for an indefinite period. While four years passed before she offered her third album, she placed songs during the interim on albums by Monica, Tamia, Kendrick Lamar, Mary J. Blige, and Faith Evans, among others, and during the same time duetted with Bilal on Robert Glasper Experiment's "You're My Everything." As with her two previous albums, Sullivan previewed her third full-length and first for RCA, Reality Show, with multiple singles. This time, she charted with "Dumb," featuring a verse from Meek Mill, and the acoustic ballad "Forever Don't Last," produced by Chuck Harmony. Those 2014 arrivals set up Reality Show for a January 2015 release date. Predictably unpredictable in its musical and lyrical range, the album landed at number 12 on the Billboard 200, and like Fearless -- which was certified gold at the end of the year -- crowned the R&B/hip-hop chart. "Let It Burn," a matte-black slow jam produced by Key Wane, trumped the preceding singles by climbing to number four on the Adult R&B Songs chart, and was then shortlisted for two Grammys, Best R&B Song and Best Traditional R&B Performance. Reality Show earned a nomination for Best R&B Album.

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In 1961, the Shirelles found quick success with tracks like "Tonight's The Night" and "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow," which became the first girl group cut to go to No. 1 on Billboard's Hot 100 chart. The group would have five more hit singles throughout the decade, and inspired acts like the Marvelettes, whose "Please Mr. Postman" would become the first No. 1 single for Motown Records.

Girl groups roared back in a big way in the '90s, thanks in part to the emergency of new jack swing and a renewed interest in R&B's smooth vocal stylings. En Vogue was one of the first groups to go big in the '90s, with debut single "Hold On" first hitting the Billboard charts in 1990. Their biggest tracks came later in the decade, with the powerful "Free Your Mind" and "Giving Him Something He Can Feel" showcasing the quartet's vocal range and character. 041b061a72


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