Dave Hollister

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Dave Hollister
Birth name David Hollister
Also known as David "Holli" Hollister, The Black Angel
Born (1971-08-17)August 17, 1971 (age 43)
Chicago, Illinois, U.S.[1]
Origin Chicago, Illinois, U.S.
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
Website www.facebook.com/Dave_Hollister

Dave Hollister (born August 17, 1971)[2] is an American R&B vocalist who found fame during the 1990s as one quarter of the Platinum-selling R&B quartet Blackstreet[3] before going on to a solo career.


He is the cousin of legendary R&B/Soul singing brothers K-Ci Hailey and Joel Hailey of their groups Jodeci and K-Ci and Jojo


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 Hot 100 US R&B/Hip-Hop
1997 "It's Alright" - -
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" - - 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. ^ Huey, Steve. "Dave Hollister - Biography". allmusic.com. Allmusic. Retrieved 2014-12-10. 
  3. ^ "Blackstreet Members Reunite, Plan New Record In October". MTV News. Retrieved 29 November 2014. 

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