If someone else feels that an article I created should be deleted, that person can feel free to nominate it (conversely, I wouldn't nominate an article HW created for deletion). But why did you come off a wikibreak just to ask me that? Go away. Erpertblah, blah, blah... 00:08, 17 April 2014 (UTC)
Hey Erpert, this is Shallowharold. I noticed there isn't really a page for Mint Condition's album E-Life. As I have edited and improved a lot of the pages on Mint Condition's studio albums, I was wondering if it was okay to do one on E-Life. Also, I planned on doing more with Livin' the Luxury Brown but I haven't gotten around to it due to other pages that I am currently improving. Just asking for your opinion on this- thanks. Shallowharold (talk) 23:35, 6 April 2014 (UTC)
Sounds fine to me. More power to you. :) Erpertblah, blah, blah... 02:15, 7 April 2014 (UTC)
Shallowharold again, Erpert. I noticed that you were on the page of former MCA Records executive Louil Silas, Jr. The reason being is that his name is misspelled. On all of the projects that he was involved in under MCA- as well as his own imprint- list his name as "Louil" as opposed to "Louis". If you don't believe me, look up any album by New Edition, Bobby Brown, Ready for the World, Chanté Moore, Jesse Powell or Aaron Hall to support my claim. If that won't suffice, do a quick Google Search and you will find numerous sources listing his name as it has always been spelled.