Saturday, April 29, 2006

Bobby On Tyra Banks Show, Monday, May 8th

Would you broadcast your life on national television? Pop and reality superstar Bobby Brown tells Tyra the truth behind the rumors about his wife, Whitney Houston, and their tumultuous relationship and introduces his kids. Don't miss Tyra and Bobby's trip to the supermarket and the once in a lifetime opportunity when a fan and Tyra sing backup during an electrifying performance!

Check Tyra's site for show times in your area...

Thanks to Special Kev.

Bobby featured on rapper Logiq's new album

The hard-hitting album entitled "Brain Food" features hip-hop beats created by Justin "Jus Bus" Nation and arranged and mixed by engineer, Steve Jackson of Pelican Lodge Studios.

It features collaborations with Party Monarch Claudette "CP" Peters, Jashan Hughes and Kenne Blessing, and R&B sensation Bobby Brown. "Brain Food" will be in stores this summer.

Thanks to Special Kev

Friday, April 28, 2006

Preview of "Lying Eyes"

Bobby's new single can be found in BBO's Jukebox for a limited time, Enjoy!

Click Here To Listen

A very very big thanks to my very special friend,
Project Princess!

Tuesday, April 25, 2006

Update On The New Edition Tour: Bobby Will Not Be On The Tour.

New Edition member Michael Bivens called New York's 98.7 KISS FM's morning show though the group is currently on tour, fans that are looking forward to seeing bad boy Bobby Brown take to the stage may find themselves sorely disappointed. According to Bivens, Brown has backed out of the tour.

Monday, April 24, 2006

New Pictures Added To The Gallery

Very very special thanks to BBO family member Meka (TaniyasAunt), for creating all the screen captures!! Enjoy!

Ghostbusters 2


Two Can Play That Game

A Thin Line Between Love and Hate


Family Matters

Jimmy Kimmel (10-31-05)


Thursday, April 20, 2006

Having Streaming Problems with Wendy's Show??

For those experiencing technical difficulties with the WBLS streaming, here's another station that offers Wendy's show

Very special thanks to Sammonator

Wednesday, April 19, 2006

"Lying Eyes" A New Track

By Bobby was played on the Wendy Williams show this afternoon. Wendy will be playing the song tomorrow as well, for those of you in the NY area be sure to tune in to 107.5 WBLS; And for the streaming audience is the site you need to be on.

The Wendy Williams Experience airs Monday through Friday 2pm - 7pm EST. Which is 11 am to 4 pm for those on PST.

A very special thanks to SB..

Monday, April 10, 2006

On The Road Again

New Edition will embark on a 10-city national tour, kicking off April 28 in New York City. The tour, titled "Lincoln Presents...Spend the Night with New Edition" will feature K-Ci & JoJo as openers, will visit Washington D.C. (April 29, April 30), Detroit (May 6), Cleveland (May 7), Atlanta (May 19), Oakland (May 20) and Los Angeles (May 21). "What we've designed this year is a program that fully engages our fans," New Edition member Michael Bivins said.

Tickets are currently on sale for most shows

Please check back, I will try to find out if Bobby will be apart of the tour.

Wednesday, April 05, 2006

Damian Comments on Working with Bobby

The album, which was primarily recorded before a major label distribution with Universal Music was contracted, features a number of guest spots including contributions from reggae star Bounty Killer, rappers Black Thought (from The Roots), Nas, brother Stephen Marley (a talented producer and writer in his own right), and surprisingly, and seemingly out of nowhere, Bobby Brown on the excellent single front-runner Beautiful. It's a collaboration that seemed to come together quickly, and quite by chance, as Marley explains. "Well, he's someone my bigger brothers have run into over the years, running into him here and there. I'd never really met him before. It really came about because we did a scene for his TV show, and it wasn't really planned to be about us doing music together. We came in and did the scene and because there was music in the background, it kinda just happened, but it wasn't planned.

"I hear about Bobby Brown from when I was a lickle boy, so I have a whole heap of respect for Bobby Brown as a musician - he's still in that kind of legendary category."

Tuesday, April 04, 2006

Ralph Thoughts on Bobby's Reality Show

SOHH: You spoke about when Bobby left and Johnny Gill and Bell Biv Devoe's successes. Did you ever feel that their solo successes overshadowed yours?

Tresvant: To a degree. Bobby's whole campaign was pretty much the Living In A Dream album, the two dancers, Heart & Soul, I had Bizie B and Mizie Mo those was my kids, those were my boys. We was doing the same thing, the more upbeat clubby [records], what I was listening to everyday. And with the whole swing that it was on nobody was doing that yet, there was no [Janet Jackson's] Control. There was no Teddy Riley. There was nobody doing that so had I came with it I know I would have changed the game. And the group was falling apart at the time... They had went and got Johnny Gill like I said and at the label they said, 'We don't want a New Edition without Ralph Tresvant,' so what happened was I had a meeting. Everyone flew out to Boston and I saw the situation that everyone was going through just personally and I put [the album] on the shelf. I went and did the Heartbreak album. So it didn't overshadow me to the point where I was worried or it bothered me but I did see their success. I did two and a half million records and that's nothing to sneeze at. Bell Biv Devoe had a lot of success because they were doing something that was completely unique and different so was Bobby. So I didn't do the album I really wanted to do I did an album that I had to do.

SOHH: Have you watched "Being Bobby Brown"?

Tresvant: Yeah, I've watched it.

SOHH: What do you think about it?

Tresvant: I think the world is lucky he didn't do "Being Bobby Brown" ten years ago. [Laughs] He's more tame, he's real relaxed. I mean he's still wild, of course.

SOHH: That is relaxed?

Tresvant: That's what I mean by the world is lucky they didn't get to see that six or seven years ago. You know sometime back when he was really about being Bobby. He was a bad boy. He loved being that and he exuded that in everything he did. Don't get me wrong, I know Bobby. Bobby the guy that would stop his car and give a homeless man everything he has in his pocket or help him to a hotel room or something. I know that about Bobby and he has a lot of that to him, but he knows what he's doing. Don't get it twisted, he knows every move he's making. And it's all done purposely.


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