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Ghetto Hymns

By: Dave Hollister

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1   Ghetto Hymns (The Introduction) [feat. Redman] Buy  
2   Came In The Door Pimpin' [feat. Too Short] Buy  
3   My Favorite Girl (Album Version (Explicit)) [Explicit] Buy  
4   Round And Round Buy  
5   Baby Mama Drama (Explicit) [Explicit] Buy  
6   Cheaterlude (Interlude) Buy  
7   Can't Stay Buy  
8   Bring It To Dave (Interlude) Buy  
9   Call On Me Buy  
10   Missin' You Buy  
11   Keep Forgettin' Buy  
12   Come Inside My Room (Interlude) Buy  
13   The Program Buy  
14   My Feelin's Buy  
15   Respect 2 Him (Outro) Buy  
16   I'm Sorry (My Favorite Girl Remix) Buy  

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A former member of Teddy Riley''s R&B supergroup, Blackstreet, Dave Hollister was recruited by the Def Squad after he decided to make a go of a solo career. Joining up with the Squad gives Hollister a certain amount of street cred, but it also has other benefits--such as getting Squad member Erick Sermon to produce three tracks and Redman to produce another (albeit the intro). With his set of pipes, though--high, pleading, and wrought with emotion--Hollister might not have needed the hook-up. He moves a little fast sometimes, as on "Round & Round," where the backing vocalist is "taking off your clothes" and asking to "sex you from head to toe" before the first verse even starts; on "Came in the Door Pimpin''," the implication is that he''s not even willing to wait that long. There''s also some sweet doo-wop, though it shows up only on a throw-away interlude ("Cheaterlude"). Overall, the songs don''t always live up to Hollister''s voice, but he''s able to raise even the most mediocre material into something serviceable; hopefully, he won''t always have to. --Randy Silver

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