Dave Hollister

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Dave Hollister
Birth name David Hollister
Also known as David "Holli" Hollister, The Black Angel
Born (1968-08-17) August 17, 1968 (age 48)
Chicago, Illinois, United States[1]
Genres R&B, soul
Occupation(s) Singer, songwriter, record producer
Years active 1991–present
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
Website Facebook.com/Dave_Hollister

Dave Hollister (born August 17, 1968)[2] is an American R&B vocalist who found fame during the 1990s as one quarter of the R&B quartet Blackstreet,[3] 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 until 1995. Hollister left DreamWorks for Motown in 2002, and is now a gospel singer and a preacher.


Studio albums[edit]

Compilations albums[edit]

  • 2003: The Lost Tapes (Herb-N-Soul)
  • 2006: The Definitive Collection (Hip-O)
  • 2008: 20th Century Masters (The Millennium Collection) (Universal Music Group)


Year Title Chart positions Album
US[5] US
1997 "It's Alright"
1998 "The Weekend" (featuring Erick Sermon and Redman) 80[citation needed] 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" Chicago Winds...The Saga Continues


  1. ^ Cummings, Tony. "Dave Hollister: The singing star whose car crash led to church ministry". Crossrhythms.co.uk. Cross Rhythms. Retrieved 2014-12-10. 
  2. ^ "Dave Hollister - Thank you!!!!!! All!!!!!! | Facebook". Facebook.com. Retrieved 2016-10-06. 
  3. ^ "Blackstreet Members Reunite, Plan New Record In October". MTV News. Retrieved 29 November 2014. 
  4. ^ "The MANuscript by Dave Hollister on Apple Music". iTunes. Retrieved 2016-10-06. 
  5. ^ "Dave Hollister - Chart history | Billboard". Billboard.com. Retrieved 2016-10-06. 
  6. ^ "Dave Hollister - Chart history | Billboard". Billboard.com. Retrieved 2016-10-06. 

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