Although it’s been over six months since Veteran was released (and almost a year since the first single, Favorite Girl), Marques Houston continues to drop records from his album. The fourth and final go-round, Always & Forever, finds Houston singing about (what else?) a woman who he doesn’t want to be with. Marques can’t get past how attractive she is, but ultimately decides to get with her anyway (always a good move). Using his falsetto voice (as he told DJBooth, it’s great to attract the ladies), and accompanied by soft-sounding production from David Balfour, Eric Dawkins, and Antonio Dixon, Always & Forever is very likely to be played in heavy rotation on stations that cater to a young female audience.
Written by Burmy on 10/8/07
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