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Having achieved success with his RCA Records debut, a projected second album was rejected. Instead, he signed a distribution deal with Ground Level for his own label follow-up - Rome2000: Thank You, but the material recorded while under contract to RCA has never been released. Danesha Starr featuring ROME Interscope 1998 cds. Song "As Long As I Live". Fyne Raw Sylk 1998 RCA records. Song: "I Missed My Loved Ones". Blade Original Soundtrack 1998 TVT records. Song: "Fightin' A War".
As Long As I Live (Album Version).
Danesha Starr is an R&B singer known for her hit "As Long As I Live". The song was released in 1998 on the Interscope label and featured Rome. It reached on Billboard's R&B/Hip-Hop Singles chart. A video for the single was filmed and released, but received little airplay. After releasing her song, Interscope merged with Geffen and A&M records and this restructuring hindered her rise. She subsequently left the music industry.
While so many people had deeply overlooked her music. Toni Braxton had still stood strong in R&B. Toni Braxton's latest single, Long As I Live on her upcoming Sex & Cigarettes album, is definitely a song with a sound that throws it back to smooth R&B, with a deeper heart. Just like her song Deadwood released last year, the song is definitely classic Toni all over
As Long as I Have You was a long time coming for Roger Daltrey. Set aside the fact that it's his first solo album since 1992's Rocks in the Head: the album was nearly four years in the making, started after his 2014 Wilko Johnson collaboration, Going Back Home, and not released until June of 2018. This album also benefits from its tight backing band, which is graced with a swinging horn section but distinguished by Townshend playing a secondary, sympathetic role to Daltrey, helping to give this muscular, occasionally moving record an air of grace.