Christopher Williams (singer)

Christopher Williams is an American singer–songwriter and actor. Williams, who emerged during the late 1980s as a recording artist for Geffen Records, has scored many R&B hit singles, notably “Talk to Myself” (1989), “I’m Dreamin’” (1991) and “Every Little Thing U Do” (1993).

American singer
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Christopher Williams
Born
Occupation
  • Singer–songwriter
  • actor
Years active 1988–present
Partner(s) Stacey Dash
(1989–1991)
Halle Berry[1]
(1991–1992)
Children 3
Relatives Ella Fitzgerald(aunt)
Al B. Sure!(Ex Friend)
Musical career
Origin Richmond, Virginia, U.S.
Genres
Instruments Vocals
Labels
Associated acts
Musical artist

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The single “I’m Dreamin'”, from the New Jack City soundtrack, became a No. 1 single on Billboard‘s Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks charts. After a six-year hiatus from recording music, he returned to the scene with Real Men Do on the indie label Renegade, in 2001. It received a glowing, flattering review in Ebony Magazine that summer. In between solo pursuits, he has been a contributor to Alex Bugnon‘s “As Promised,” with a smooth-jazz version of Mary J. Blige‘s “All That I Can Say,” featured on “In Your World” with Twista & The Speedknot Mobstas, a very up-tempo track on the soundtrack of “Doctor Dolittle,” and on the Cafe Soul All-Stars CD with a single titled “Used To Be.” Other soundtrack contributions include: “Tha 2 of Us” from the film Bulletproof, “Superhero” from the film Butter, “Boom and the Bang” (featuring R&B songstress Monifah) and “I’m Yours” from the soundtrack of the stage play Men Cry in the Dark, and “Stranger In My Life” from the film Gunmen. Additional collaborations throughout his career include: “Round and Round” and “No Sunshine” from the CD Phuture Flava, “Love You More Than Words Can Say” from the CD Soul Blitz Allstars, “I Hope That We Can Be Together Soon” (a duet with Miki Howard), “You Are So Fine” (a duet with Shae), “Can’t Wait To Be With You” from the DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince release Code Red, “I Wanna B Ure Lover” from the F.S. Effect release So Deep It’s Bottomless, and “Sexual Healing” (a duet with reggae dancehall queen Patra). At the end of 1994, Williams was also part of the group Black Men United for the hit single “U Will Know” for the film Jason’s Lyric and its movie’s soundtrack album, along with El DeBarge, Al B. Sure!, Gerald Levert and others.

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