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Here is the full playlist of the Old school Slow Jams-Vol 7
1. The O’Jays – Darlin’ Darlin’ Baby
This is a hit song that was released in 1976 picked at number 72 on billboard hot 100.
2. Freddie Jackson – Have You Ever Loved Somebody
This is the second single from Freddie Jackson’s album, Just Like the First Time. It was released in 1986 and became number 5 on Hot Black Singles charts.
3. Terry Ellis – Where Ever You Are
Where Ever You Are is a single from the album, Southern Gal. The song was produced by Thomas McElroy and Denzil Foster.
4. Brandy – Have You Ever
This song was written by Diane Warren and then produced by David Foster. It was released in Brandy Norwood’s second album, Never Say Never.’
5. Keith Sweat – Get Up On It (feat. Kut Klose)
This song was released in 1994 and became number one on R&B Albums chart for two weeks.
6. Levert – [Pop, Pop, Pop] Goes My Mind
This song was released in 1986 and went to number one on R&B hits. It’s a song from the album, Bloodline.
7. Patti Labelle – If Only You Knew
This song was written by Cynthia Biggs and Dexter Wansel. It was released as a single in 1983.
8. Lillo Thomas – Holding On
This song, Holding On was released in 1984 in Thomas’ second album, All of You.
9. Stacy Lattisaw – Let Me Be Your Angel
Let Me Be Your Angel was released in 1980 by Cotillion Records. Lattisaw was only 13 years old during the release.
10. Monica – Anchor
Anchor got released in 2015 on the album, Code Red.
11. Tyrese – Best of Me
This is one of the best love songs by Tyrese. It was released in 2011 on the album, Open Invitation.