Bobby Brown

Bobby Brown, actually Robert Beresford Brown ( born February 5, 1969 in Roxbury, Boston, Massachusetts ) is an American R & B singer and winner of the Grammy Award for the division Rhythm & Blues ( R & B) 1993.


Bobby Brown began his career in 1980 as a member of the R & B boy band New Edition (producer Maurice Starr ). After his departure in 1986, he brought his first solo album on the market. With the plate Do not Be Cruel Bobby Brown two years later succeeded his breakthrough as a solo artist. On the album, among other hits rock wit ' cha, Roni, My Prerogative and Every Little Step, which was awarded the " Grammy Award" were. Even with the next two albums, he could produce chart hits, including the single from the soundtrack to On Our Own Ghostbusters II In this film, he also has a small mini- gig. After the arrest of the ghost hunters and their journey to the mayor, he opens the door for them at the town hall and ask for proton packs for his little brother.

1992 married Bobby Brown Whitney Houston, with whom he has a child. In the same year he released his third studio album " Bobby". This is what hits like " Humpin 'Around " and "Good Enough" were. 1996 Bobby Brown ended the comeback of his former band New Edition with the album " Home Again " once again a success worldwide.

In 2005 he joined the BET's 25th Anniversary Special for the first time in 19 years on with his former band New Edition. Whitney Houston divorced Brown in 2007. She had sole custody of their daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown. Brown has two other children with his ex- girlfriend Kim Ward and two with his wife Alicia Etheridge.


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Studio albums

Remix albums



As a guest musician