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8 thoughts on “ Letter To The Future - Heavy D. & The Boyz - Peaceful Journey (Cassette, Album)

  1. Tracklist: 1. Now That We Found Love, 2. Let It Rain, 3. I Can Make You Go Oooh, 4. Sister Sister, 5. Don’t Curse, 6. Peaceful Journey, 7. The Lover’s Got What U Need, 8. Cuz He’z Alwayz Around, 9. Is It Good To You, Letter To The Future, Swinging With Da Hevster, Body And Mind, Do Me, Do Me, Somebody For Me (Jazz Lover Mix).
  2. Heavy D (as he should have been) was heavily featured on Peaceful Journey. The Boyz, they were visible on a few songs on this album but they were more visible on the music videos that accompanied some songs from this album. In this album, Heavy D was concerned with expressing his love for the females, educating his fans on national (not world /5(31).
  3. Peaceful Journey, an Album by Heavy D. & The Boyz. Released 2 July on Uptown (catalog no. MCAD; CD). Genres: East Coast Hip Hop, Pop Rap.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Peaceful Journey on Discogs. Label: MCA Records - MCAD,Uptown Records - MCAD • Format: CD Album, Club Edition • Country: US • Genre: Hip Hop • Style: RnB/Swing, Pop Rap, Conscious/5(3).
  5. Listen to Peaceful Journey by Heavy D & The Boyz on Deezer. With music streaming on Deezer you can discover more than 56 million tracks, create your own .
  6. Dec 26,  · Track 6 from the album "Peaceful Journey" This is not a proper video unlike the rest of my channel nor (in my opinion) is it classic. It was .
  7. Heavy D. Dwight Arrington Myers (May 24, – November 8, ), better known as Heavy D, was a Jamaican-born American rapper, record producer, singer, actor, and former leader of Heavy D & the Boyz, a hip hop group which included G-Whiz (Glen Parrish), "Trouble" T. Roy (Troy Dixon), and Eddie F (born Edward Ferrell).
  8. Editors’ Notes The pumping dance single “Now That We Found Love” brought Heavy D a whole new level of fame, even as the rest of ’s Peaceful Journey remained true to authentic New York City hip-hop. While Teddy Riley guided Heavy’s pop ventures, Marley Marl and Pete Rock brought him their richest and grooviest beats, including “Let It Rain,” “Letter to the Future," and “Do.

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