20 Years Ago today (technically 9/23/97), Brian McKnight dropped his third studio album, “Anytime”. The album peaked at #13 on the Billboard 200 & #1 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums Chart And is Certified 2x Platinum. The singles released include “You Should Be Mine (Don’t Waste Your Time)” (#17 BB Hot 100 & #4 R&B/Hip-Hop Singles Chart), “Anytime”, “The Only One For Me”, and “Hold Me” (#35 & #12 ). Produced by McKnight, Herb Trawick, Brian Carbone, Sean “Puff Daddy” Combs, Stevie J, Keith Thomas and Trackmasters, the album became McKnight’s breakthrough album, outselling his first two previously released albums. However, the singles “Anytime” and “The Only One For Me”, which are considered his signature songs, were not officially released by his then-label Mercury Records, so they did not qualify for entry into the BB Hot 100, but topped Billboard Rhythmic Charts. Even though stipulated by Mercury, his transition to Motown Records, saw the release of his singles in music video form, which received much deserved heavy rotation on the music networks. The album is rich with deep R&B tracks, showcasing production talents, with the crooning sound of McKnight’s voice, making “Anytime” an album that still is being played to this day, and has stood the test of time, anytime, all the time 😏✔️ HAPPY 20th ANNIVERSARY “Anytime”!✨🎉🎁🎈🎊🎁🔌✔️🔥 SWIPE LEFT AND COMMENT YOUR FAVORITE SONGS!! 🙏🏼😁 #brianmcknight#anytime#youshouldbeminedontwasteyourtime#theonlyoneforme#90s#90srnb#rnb#soul#holdme#wordup90s#forthe90syall
If someone held you down even when their life wasn't the greatest, that person deserves to be treated golden. Finding a real person that isn't always trying to take take take is rare. When you find that real one never let it go and if you are at least never play them or make them feel unworthy. Because I promise you, maybe not right a way but in time you will no k yourself for hurting one of the best things that ever happened to you #Real#Relationships#Holdme#Holdyoudown#Breakups#Loyalty#RealLove#Fakeshit#Realfacts#Becarefulwhoyoufuckover
skills like sits and downs is important; but learning to like body handling, as well as tolerance to novelty, is (we think) critical. Here are a few of our students learning about these things through the use of clothes and hats ( and new treats ). Hohoho!