Powerful baritone voiced singer L.J. Reynolds is best known as the lead singer of the Dramatics, a role he has held for more than three decades. Debut new music from his latest project
A native of Saginaw, Michigan, Reynolds began performing as a child, when he won many awards as a dancer. However, his expressive vocals won him notoriety around Michigan, and while still in high school he became the lead singer for the group the Relations. He recorded as a solo artist in the early 70s before replacing William Howard in the Dramatics, then one of the hottest R&B groups in the country, though one beginning to mature into a purely R&B act. Reynolds recorded a numbr of hits for the group, the biggest being the top 10 "Fell For You," before again going solo in 1980. Reynolds had some solo success, the biggest being the wonderful mid-tempo hit "Key to the World," before returning to the Dramatics in the mid-80s. He has remained in the group ever since, occasionally also releasing solo albums.
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