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Singing Legend Ann Nesby and Grandmother of a Top 5 American Idol Contestant

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After winning two Grammy awards in 1991 and 1993 with The Sounds of Blackness, Nesby penned the chart topping single “The Right Kinda’ Lover” for industry colleague and friend Patti Labelle and wrote the soul stirring ballad “Home Alone” for Gladys Knight’s ‘Just For You’ album in 1994. Under the auspices of music industry geniuses Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis, Nesby launched her solo career in 1996 with the critically-acclaimed album ‘I’m Here For You’. Her debut album included the women-empowerment theme "I'm Still Wearing Your Name" and the romantic ode for husband and wife, "This Weekend". ‘I’m Here For You’ spent an impressive 60 weeks on the R&B best-selling lists.

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