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|Birth name||David Hollister|
|Also known as||David "Holli" Hollister, The Black Angel|
August 17, 1971 (age 44)|
Chicago, Illinois, U.S.
|Origin||Chicago, Illinois, U.S.|
|Occupation(s)||Singer, songwriter, record producer|
|Labels||EMI, DreamWorks, Motown, GospoCentric, E1 Music|
|Associated acts||Digital Underground, Tupac Shakur, Teddy Riley, Usher, Bruce Hornsby, Erick Sermon, Tim & Bob, Mike City, Eric Roberson, K-Ci and Jojo|
Dave Hollister (born August 17, 1971) is an American R&B vocalist who found fame during the 1990s as one quarter of the Platinum-selling R&B quartet Blackstreet before going on to a solo career. He is the cousin of R&B singers K-Ci and Jojo, Fantasia Barrino, and Neo Soul singer Calvin Richardson.
Dave Hollister was an original member of Teddy Riley's Blackstreet from 1993-1995. Hollister left Dreamworks for Motown in 2002. In 2003, Hollister began battling a dependence on alcohol and cocaine. In 2006, Hollister suffered bad car wreck due to the influence of alcohol. This led Hollister to a life changing spiritual experience and Holister is now a gospel singer and a preacher.
- 1999: Ghetto Hymns (DreamWorks)
- 2000: Chicago '85... The Movie (DreamWorks)
- 2002: Things in the Game Done Changed (Motown)
- 2003: Real Talk (DreamWorks)
- 2006: The Book of David: Vol.1 The Transition (Gospo Centric)
- 2008: Witness Protection (Zomba Gospel)
- 2013: United Tenors (with Fred Hammond, Eric Roberson, Brian Courtney Wilson) (RCA)
- 2014: Chicago Winds...The Saga Continues (EOne)
- 2003: The Lost Tapes (Herb-N-Soul)
- 2006: The Definitive Collection (Hip-O)
- 2008: 20th Century Masters (The Millennium Collection) (Universal Music Group)
|US Hot 100||US R&B/Hip-Hop|
|1998||"The Weekend" (featuring Erick Sermon and Redman)||-||#80||Ride (soundtrack)|
|1999||"My Favorite Girl"||#39||#10||Ghetto Hymns|
|1999||"Can't Stay"||#84||#28||Ghetto Hymns|
|1999||"Baby Mama Drama"||-||#64||Ghetto Hymns|
|2000||"One Woman Man"||#44||#8||Chicago '85...The Movie|
|2001||"Take Care of Home"||-||#39||Chicago '85...The Movie|
|2002||"Keep Lovin' You"||-||#47||Things in the Game Done Changed|
|2002||"Baby Do Those Things"||-||#72||Things in the Game Done Changed|
|2002||"What's a Man To Do"||-||-||Things in the Game Done Changed|
|2003||"Tell Me Why"||-||-||Things in the Game Done Changed|
|2003||"Never Gonna Change"||-||-||Real Talk|
|2003||"Pleased Tonight"||-||-||Real Talk|
|2006||"What Do You Do"||-||-||The Book of David: Vol.1 The Transition|
|2013||"Here in our Praise"||-||-||United Tenors|
|2014||"Spend the Night"||-||30||Chicago Winds...The Saga Continues|
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- "Blackstreet Members Reunite, Plan New Record In October". MTV News. Retrieved 29 November 2014.