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Is it me or do this remind me of a white copy of the music group New Edition , oh! Yet the crook Maurice Starr started them after he loses the New Edition , 30 years of nkotb shirt why do this remind me of what legendary international rock and roll singer Little Richard said we create it and the white man steal it and called it their own
30 years of nkotb shirt
They sound good real good they should get an album but also the way he seems he sounds like somebody else to little version of it but they’re good I give him a hundred they’re good The New Kids on the Block played in Fresno California, in the middle of the Fulton Mall about 22 years ago, it was about the time when this song Please Don’t Go Girl came out. Please Don’t Go Girl was a hit on r&b radio at the time. And they were pretty much the only white teen r&b group out there. 30 years of nkotb shirt They had 2 top 20 r&b hits..5 top 30 r&b hits..7 appearances on the R&B hip hop charts. They were modeled after New Edition yes but they were teenagers. They just saw opportunity to be heard not BLACK or white and they are still talented and sell out stadiums till this day. And btw they left Maurice Starr too for creative differences and after the first album sounded nothing like New Edition
I can recall the very first time ever hearing them sing this. The video aired on a late night show that played only music vids. I was 11 and glued to the tv falling in love with Joey. I’ll never forget it because my cousin Aja was there. Both of us mesmerized. Ha! Great times. This is too funny, a friend posted this link to her wall, yesterday, and I came to comment about my never dying love for them and lookie lookie… I love them so much, when I was about 11 Jordan announced at a concert how he “Looooves New York girls”, broke my little southern girl heart, right then and there. still love that we saw them together both times they came on their last two tours!! The memories we’ve built together are something I’ll always carry with me. I love you girls!!!