Charlie Wilson

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delectably As lead singer for the Gap Band, Charlie Wilson sang on four number one R&B hits: “Burn Rubber (Why You Wanna Hurt Me),” “Early in the Morning,” “Outstanding,” and “Addicted to Your Love” — as well as the classics “You Dropped a Bomb on Me,” “Yearning for Your Love,” “Party Train,” and “Big Fun.” The band had three platinum albums, two gold certificates, and supplied hit singles for the movie soundtracks to Penitentiary III (“Sweeter Than Candy”) and the title track Top 20 R&B hit single of Keenon Ivory Wayans’ I’m Gonna Git You Sucka. After a long hiatus, Wilson returned in 2000 with Bridging the Gap, issued by Interscope and sporting appearances by Snoop Dogg and Nate Dogg (the smooth “Big Pimpin’”) and Case (on the duet ballad “Another Man”). The album became an R&B hit and brushed the Top 200 album chart as well. His 2005 LP Charlie, Last Name Wilson hit the Top Ten thanks to the success of the title track and “Magic.”

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