Dave Hollister Reaches Top 10 at Radio with “Spend the Night”, New Album Coming 10/21
R&B and Gospel star Dave Hollister’s single, “Spend the Night,” continues to climb the urban AC radio chart, and has reached #9 this week. Listen to the track here. The video premiered on Centric TV, and is currently being played on both Centric and VH1 Soul. Watch it here. Hollister’s new album, Chicago Winds…The Saga Continues, was executive produced by Warryn Campbell, and will be released on October 21, 2014.
Hollister, a cousin of R&B duo K-Ci & JoJo, was an original member of Teddy Riley’s R&B super group Blackstreet. Hollister left the group after the successful, self-titled debut album, and went on to sell over 2 million albums and over 420,000 singles as a solo artist. His first two solo albums, Ghetto Hymns and Chicago 85, both went Gold and included the top ten hit singles “My Favorite Girl” and “One Woman Man.” He first found success in the early ‘90s and appeared with 2Pac on tracks “Brenda’s Got a Baby,” and Keep Ya Head Up,” among others.
Additionally, Hollister is a member of the gospel group United Tenors. The group includes Fred Hammond, Eric Roberson and Brian Courtney Wilson, and has released 2 solo gospel albums. Hollister has also reunited with Teddy Riley and Blackstreet and has been touring successfully with the group for the last five years.