Cunnie Williams

Cunnie Williams

born in 1963 in Los Angeles, CA, United States

Cunnie Williams

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Cunnie Williams (born 17 March 1963) is an American R&B singer whose voice has been compared to Barry White.[1]

Williams was born in Los Angeles, California, USA, in 1963.[2] After playing basketball, he switched to a career in music with his debut album Comin' from the Heart of the Ghetto.[2] His hits have included the single "Saturday" which charted in Italy,[3] the song "Come Back to Me" which charted in France,[4] and the album Night Time in Paris which charted in France.[5] William's song "Life Goes On" is on the soundtrack of the movie The Magnet.[6]

Discography

Released on Universal Music France: Albums:

  • 2008 : No Place Like Home
  • 2004 : Inside My Soul
  • 2002 : Night Time in Paris[1]
  • 2000 : Movie soundtrack to " Comme un aimant " published in the us as : The Magnet. ( song is called Life goes on )
  • 1999 : Star Hotel[2]
  • 1996 : Love Starved Heart[2]
  • 1995 : Comin' from the Heart of the Ghetto[2]

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Delacour, Nicolas (6 October 2002). Cunnie Williams, digne héritier de Barry White (French). Le Parisien. Retrieved on 12 September 2011.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 Delacour, Nicholas (6 June 2000). Cunnie Williams, une voix digne de Barry White (French). Le Parisien. Retrieved on 12 September 2011.
  3. (22 May 1999)"Hits of the World". Billboard 111 (21).
  4. (6 Jul 2002)"Hits of the World". Billboard 114 (27).
  5. (24 Aug 2002)"Hits of the World". Billboard 114 (34).
  6. Mitchel, Gail (24 March 2001). "Outkast Extends Helping Hand to Youth through Partnership with Nike Program". Billboard 113 (12).

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