R&B Artists H-Town Release New Single featuring K-Ci, Jo Jo, DeVante and Mr. Dalvin of Jodeci

H-Town releases new single, “Knockin' Your Heels Off” upon their return to the music scene and reunites 90’s soul stars K-Ci, Jo Jo, DeVante and Mr. Dalvin of the group formally known as Jodeci
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Dec. 21, 2009 - PRLog -- After a considerable absence from the music scene, slow jam kings, H-Town have recently released their first single, “Knockin' Your Heels Off” from their forthcoming album titled, Child Support due to be released in 2010.   The single features platinum selling artists, K-Ci, Jo Jo, DeVante and Mr. Dalvin formally known as Jodeci.  “Knockin' Your Heels Off” is a sexy signature H-Town tune with strong lead vocals.  Taking listeners on a sensual journey the tune speaks of a night filled with passion that both male and female fans will love.  “Knockin' Your Heels Off” is pure and aggressive and immediately gets to the center of what soul music is about and highlights the vintage R&B sound that H-Town has mastered.  

The music video for “Knockin' Your Heels Off” was shot in Los Angeles, Ca. and was directed by Massa Mohawk. The song has been added to MTV2, VH1 Soul and Music Choice, and is being added to rotation on urban contemporary radio stations nationwide. With the single in various radio markets and music video channels, H-Town has officially joined the R&B music revolution and is helping to revive the grown and sexy music.

The album title Child Support, refers to a catch phrase that fans have playfully inspired.  “Whenever we travel we are often asked, where is my child support?” says Shazam.  “Fans have claimed that our music inspired the birth of their children.” Shazam continues.  The album title is H-Town's way of paying homage to their legions of fans all over the world.

“We are excited to re-connect with our fans and bring them music that they love.  Ultimately we feel blessed to be a part of helping to bring back classic R&B music”, says H-Town member, Shazam.

H-Town will initiate their “Kings of Slow Jams” tour coming in 2010 featuring H-Town remaining members G.I and Shazam.

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About H-Town

Hailing from Houston, H-Town is one of the most astounding artists heavily known for their ground breaking Slow Jams. The trio, consisting of  G.I, Shazam and his twin brother Dino, started their musical ventures from their early teens, but it wasn’t until they were signed by 2 Live Crew’s Luther  “Luke”  Campbell that their ambition’s were taken to a level that not even they knew existed.  In 1994 “Fever For Da Flavor” was H-Town’s debut album that included hit singles, “Lick U Up” and the title track that is their claim to fame, “Knockin’ Da Boots” that even to this day would define the meaning of a real R&B Slow Jam. The phenomenal feedback from their first official album release sold more than 3 million copies, which then led the trio selling platinum records on numerous motion picture soundtracks.  H-Town recorded a track called “Part Time Lover” for their first soundtrack appearance on Death Row's “Above the Rim” soundtrack. Not only did the single hit platinum sales, but also helped push the soundtrack into multi-platinum success. The following year Martin Lawrence starred in his first hit film “A Thin Line Between Love and Hate” in which H-Town once again gained immense endorsements for the soundtrack's outstanding classic version of “A Thin Line Between Love and Hate”.  Following up to their previous success, H-Town released their second album, “Beggin’ After Dark” in 1995, and although it never received the same financial backing like their first, the kings of Slow Jams still received a platinum single with “Emotions”. Their third album was represented a little while later in 2000, and once again the ”Ladies Edition” album featured the gold selling singles such as “They Like It Slow”  and “Natural Woman”, always satisfying and never a disappointment.

As the group was recording a new album in 2003, Kevin A Conner a.k.a. Dino and his girlfriend Teshya Rae Weisent were tragically killed in a car accident when his car was struck by a SUV as he left a recording studio in southwest Houston. The H-Town Reunion Tour was cancelled while Dino’s twin brother Shazam and band mate G.I. needed the time to grieve over the loss of not only a group member of H-Town, but family and friend.  The musical history of H-Town grew into an overwhelming development of three young artists that represented hit after hit and with aspiring attitudes, creating this amazing journey, their musical growth has gone from strength to strength. The two-man band has replenished, Shazam and G.I have been back in the studio, and have recorded their new studio album entitled, “Child Support”, which will be released in 2010 solidifying their history as the true ”KINGS OF THE SLOW JAMS”.

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