For R&B purists and preman love champions, Lyfe Jennings has rolled around with what the southern singer declared as her last album in 777.
The latest album also features a current trip that saw Jennings decorate the stage with various colleagues at different bus stops. these include Leela James, Blackstreet, and even The Manhattans.
Jennings’s career first began in 2002 when he had a break at the Apollo Theater, pushing a demo of four songs that would eventually trigger his move to New York City and lead to his first agreement with Columbia two years later. The catalog was prominently highlighted by the 2004 single “Must Be Nice”.