Your Love - Syleena Johnson - Chapter 4: Labor Pains (CD, Album)

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    This Chapter 4: Labor Pains album was released in and featured titles like Where's the Love, Freedom and Is It Because I'm Black from Teefa and Syleena Johnson.
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    Get this from a library! Chapter 4: labor pains. [Syleena Johnson] -- Another chapter in Syleena Johnson's book has been written with the first release from her own label after leaving an eight-year record deal with Jive Records in "Here, with her gorgeous.
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    Track List Intro Labor Pains Where's the Love Freedom Is It Because I'm Black Be Me Interlude: syleena johnson CHAPTER 4: LABOR PAINS CD. Like. $ $ For a limited time only. syleena johnson CHAPTER 4: LABOR PAINS CD. Like. $ $ For Brand: syleena johnson.
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    Features Song Lyrics for Syleena Johnson's Chapter 4: Labor Pains album. Includes Album Cover, Release Year, and User Reviews.
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    Album details Peak chart positions Sales Certifications; US US R&B/HH AUS CAN GER NLD NZ SWE SWI UK; Chapter 1: Love, Pain & Forgiveness "Bump, Syleena Johnson - Chapter 1: Love, Pain & Forgiveness. I Am Your Woman; The Isley Brothers - Eternal.
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    Chapter 4: Labor Pains is arguably Syleena Johnson's first attempt to grapple with the towering legacy of her father, Syl Johnson. While Syleena's previous albums featured smartly produced, forward-looking R&B, the retro flourishes of Chapter 4's "Shoo Fly," with its slow burning wah-wah guitar, and Syleena's incredible interpretation of her father's gut-wrenching signature hit "Is It Because I'm Black," mark a 7/
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    Chapter 1: Love, Pain & Forgiveness is the second studio album by American singer Syleena Johnson. It was released on May 15, , through Jive Records. Her debut with the label, Johnson worked with Bob Power on the majority of the album, while additional production was provided by Joel Kipnis, Larry "Rock" Campbell, Timmy Allen, and R. Kelly.
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