Al B. Sure!
Al B. Sure!
June 4, 1968
Who is Al B. Sure!? Bio and Background of Al B. Sure!
Al B. Sure!, born Albert Joseph Brown III on June 4, 1968, is an American singer, songwriter, and record producer. He gained prominence in the late 1980s and early 1990s as a prominent figure in the R&B and new jack swing genres. Here are the facts about Al B. Sure!: 1. Al B. Sure! was born in Boston, Massachusetts, and grew up in Mount Vernon, New York. 2. His father, Albert Brown Jr., was a music manager, and his mother, Cassandra Brown, worked as a police officer. 3. Al B. Sure! attended Mount Vernon High School, where he excelled in music and played the trumpet in the school band. 4. In 1987, he released his debut album, "In Effect Mode," which became a commercial success. The album featured the hit single "Nite and Day," which reached number seven on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. 5. Al B. Sure! won the Grammy Award for Best Male R&B Vocal Performance in 1989 for his single "Nite and Day." 6. He released his second album, "Private Times...and the Whole 9!" in 1990, which included the popular singles "Misunderstanding" and "Off on Your Own (Girl)." 7. Al B. Sure! collaborated with other notable artists, including Diana Ross, Quincy Jones, and David Bowie. 8. He also ventured into acting, appearing in the television series "New York Undercover" and the film "Private Times." 9. Al B. Sure! is credited with discovering and introducing the world to singer-songwriter and actress Jodeci, who went on to achieve great success in the R&B industry. 10. In 1992, he released his third album, "Sexy Versus," which featured the hit single "Right Now." 11. Al B. Sure! has written and produced songs for various artists, including Usher, Faith Evans, and Tevin Campbell. 12. He has been involved in philanthropic activities, supporting organizations such as the United Negro College Fund and the American Cancer Society. 13. Al B. Sure! has a son named Quincy Brown, who is an actor and model. Quincy's mother is Kim Porter, a former model and actress. 14. Despite his success in the music industry, Al B. Sure! took a break from recording and performing in the late