It featured the hits "You Know That I Love You" (#16 R&B), "Don't Leave" featuring G-Wise and "Put Me Down" featuring Styles P..Four years later in 2006 Jones released his fourth album, Journey of a Gemini which included the Tim & Bob produced song "I'm Gonna Be" which had moderate success reaching #40 on Urban AC. In 2009, he released The Lost Files which was a collection of unreleased songs.He is most notable for the hits "U Know What's Up," "Where I Wanna Be," and his cover of Stevie Wonder's "Knocks Me Off My Feet." Jones broke into the music scene in the late 1990s with the release of his second album, Where I Wanna Be.He later met DJ Eddie F of Heavy D and The Boyz and signed with Untouchables/La Face Records, writing hits for Usher and 702.He released the album, Lyrics the following year on September 28, 2010 under E1 Music.We already know Mariah Carey is taking a page from Taylor Swift’s book and writing a breakup song, but now we have some more of those juicy, juicy deets. ”Carey said, Carey samples from Donell Jones’ “Where I Wanna Be” for her new song. I don’t understand such sex rules.)Is it because she made them sleep in different beds?It’s refreshing to hear him stripping away his pimp walking and peacock strutting, letting his guard down enough to nod to another person’s pain and then pinpoint where he can fill the void.Donell Jones (born May 22, 1973) is an American singer, songwriter and record producer.
[Verse 2] Looking sexy with those seven jeans on (ahah), rocking stilleto's with those magnific toes they put me on think I got you but I'm waiting for that sign cause I got you smiling girl gotta get you out of here [Bridge] I can show you all the things you dreamed of so come with me.
However, a new promo suggests beneath all that glitter is a woman deeply hurt — so hurt, Maria Carey is recording a breakup song about Packer.
The song is called “I Don’t.” It’s a very simple title — if I wrote a breakup song, I would probably call it “Why Can’t You Love Me?
[chorus] She give me all her love And it's enough for me, 'cause I'm never gonna leave, and She gives me all love And it's enough for me, 'cause I'm never gonna leave, and Ooh, said I'm never gonna leave I've been getting all your love, half the time, oh no...
Few in R&B handle the details of duplicity quite like Donell Jones.