Brownstone, a well-known R&B group, has released their first new music in 25 years. The trio, which now consists of Nicci Gilbert, a founding member, Teisha Brown, a 2007 addition, and Arin Jackson, a newcomer, has released “All I Want.” The song serves as the group’s third album, Back Againlead,’s single.
Marcus Devine’s song “All I Want” is about persuading a spouse that they are the only one receiving your attention. Brownstone has returned. However, we won’t ever forget the iconic foundation upon which this legacy was created. Nearly 30 years have passed since the release of From the Bottom Up. Before the single’s debut, the group penned a song called “90’s VIBES.”
In a separate post, they spoke about their legacy and their future. “Looking Back on the past 30 years, grateful for the ladies who contributed on the first & second album. It’s a NEW DAY & We are Looking Forward to the 3rd Album & the next 30 years of BROWNSTONE!”
Gilbert, Mimi Doby, and Maxee Maxwell were the original members of Brownstone, who in 1995 published their debut album, From the Bottom Up. Their No. 8 Billboard Hot 100 peak, “If You Love Me,” led to a Grammy nomination for Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals.
In 1995, Doby departed the group because of bronchitis and conflict with the other members. She was replaced by Kina Cosper, although Gilbert and Maxwell made a comeback with Teisha Brown when the trio split up in 1998 and regrouped in 2007. On February 27, 2015, Maxwell, 46, passed away as a result of an unintentional fall. Gilbert, Doby, and Brown joined Brownstone in 2019 to commemorate the group’s 25th anniversary at Essence Fest. Cosper politely declined to take part. The group additionally released “I’m Not Giving Up,” a spirited song, along with their most recent single.