Donell Jones

Donell Jones

 

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Donell Jones (born May 22, 1973) is an American singer, songwriter and record producer. 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.

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Journey of a Gemini
 
Journey of a Gemini is the fourth studio album by American singer Donell Jones.
U Know What's Up
 
"U Know What's Up" is a 1999 hit song by singer-songwriter-producer Donell Jones' second studio album, Where I Wanna Be.
My Heart
 
My Heart is the debut album by R&B singer Donell Jones, released on June 4, 1996.
Life Goes On
 
Life Goes On is the third studio album by R&B singer Donell Jones.

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Popular Albums7

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Stargo Profile:
  –  December 24, 2017
Musically, Stargo is influenced by a variety of genres and artists running from singers to rappers which includes Inna, Madonna, Phonte, The Foreign Exchange, The Roots, Lox, Jay-Z, Nas, Linkin Park, Deadmau5, Donell Jones and Blackstar made of TalibKweli ...
New Music: Tyga – ‘Temperature’
  –  December 22, 2017
In September, T-Raww shared videos of himself singing Usher’s “Nice & Slow” and Donell Jones’ “Where I Wanna Be.” Then, he tweeted about his intentions. “Y’all think I’m playing,” he wrote. “that singing album coming soon.”
Album review: Chris Brown’s 45-song album not the skip-fest you’d expect
  –  November 16, 2017
Very vulnerable Brown Brown’s brashness melts away on songs like “Grass Ain’t Greener,” and his version of vulnerability is believable on the enchanting title track, the achy “Paradise,” the Donell Jones-inspired “Hope You Do” and the regre ...
Chris Brown's 45-song album not the skip-fest you'd expect
  –  November 1, 2017
VERY VULNERABLE BROWN Brown's brashness melts away on songs like "Grass Ain't Greener," and his version of vulnerability is believable on the enchanting title track, the achy "Paradise," the Donell Jones-inspired "Hope You Do" and the regret-laden "Enemy."
Chris Brown Readies New Album Release With Three New Tracks
  –  October 27, 2017
“Hope You Do” adds to lusty vibes with raunchy verses to boot. “Need some more liquor / Eating that p****, I climb in your river,” he croons over Donell Jones’ “Where I Wanna Be.” “I’m not no swimmer / But I will go deep in that ocean ...

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