Bobby Brownless info
|visits||member for||8 months|
|seen||Nov 12 at 16:45|
I began my music career as a member of the R&B boy band New Edition which I founded along with my childhood friend Michael Bivins. I am the youngest member of the group since the inception. Our hits included "Candy Girl", "Cool It Now", and "Mr. Telephone Man". Those idiots voted me out of New Edition in 1986 when the other four members felt that their careers would be jeopardized by my awesome stage presence. Throughout the All for Love tour, Ralph Tresvant was a d-bag. In 1996, they begged me to rejoined New Edition for a comeback album, Home Again. In the middle of the tour, I did some awesome stuff on stage again ;-) Plus my solo set was awesome!!
In the fall of 2005, New Edition performed at BET's 25th Anniversary Special. The group performed a medley of its greatest hits, and even brought me on stage for a rendition of "Mr. Telephone Man". It was later announced on BET and Inside Hollywood that, once again, they begged me to rejoin the group and would be on the next group album. In January 2006, New Edition announced that the group would launch a new album and tour in 2008. I also appeared at a concert in Columbia, South Carolina that New Edition had filmed for a future dvd release.
All in all, I'm awesome.