(2006) The Definitive Collection

Dave Hollister

... read moreReleased just before his first album for the Gospo Centric label, The Definitive Collection is an overview that covers Dave Hollister's first four solo albums, and it also includes two of his spotlight roles with Blackstreet ("Before I Let You Go," "Falling in Love Again") and one with Force One...

01:06′:34″ 15 Songs

1
Before I Let You Go
Dave Hollister
4:59
2
Falling In Love Again
Dave Hollister
4:34
3
Baby Mama Drama (Explicit)
Dave Hollister
3:52
4
My Favorite Girl (Album Version (Explicit))
Dave Hollister
5:33
5
I'm Sorry (My Favorite Girl Remix)
Dave Hollister
3:53
6
Take Care Of Home (Album Version)
Dave Hollister
4:16
7
One Woman Man (Album Version (Explicit))
Dave Hollister
4:32
8
Keep Lovin' You (Album Version)
Dave Hollister
3:58
9
I'm Wrong (Album Version)
Dave Hollister
5:01
10
Tell Me Why (Album Version)
Dave Hollister
5:05
11
It's Ok (Album Version)
Dave Hollister
3:43
12
Baby Do Those Things (Album Version)
Dave Hollister
4:13
13
Real Talk (Album Version)
Dave Hollister
4:34
14
Good Ole Ghetto (Album Version)
Dave Hollister
4:00
15
Spirit (Does Anybody Care?)
Dave Hollister
4:21
Released 01 January 2006, This Compilation ℗ 2006 Universal Music Enterprises, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc.

Review

Released just before his first album for the Gospo Centric label, The Definitive Collection is an overview that covers Dave Hollister's first four solo albums, and it also includes two of his spotlight roles with Blackstreet ("Before I Let You Go," "Falling in Love Again") and one with Force One Network ("Spirit [Does Anybody Care]," from the Boyz N the Hood soundtrack). There can't be a great deal of demand for this disc; Hollister has his followers, most of whom have been with him through 2003's Real Talk, and he placed only eight solo singles on the charts during this period. Nonetheless, this is a representative introduction to a singer who has unjustly remained in the margins. Most of the singles are featured here, along with several choice album cuts. ~ Andy Kellman