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After Kids Incorporated, Patterson gained experience as a backup vocalist for several artists (including Kids co-star Martika). There were two singles released, "Stop By" and "Where You Are" peaked No. Receiving positive reviews from critics, the album failed to find a large audience (the single "Where You Are" did receive attention on R&B radio, and it appeared on the soundtrack to the 1996 Damon Wayans and Adam Sandler movie, "Bulletproof" ). Patterson went to work on his followup, Love In Stereo, with Jamey Jaz and new collaborators such as Van Hunt. The singles, "So Hot", "April's Kiss" and "Forever Yours" were issued but failed to chart on Billboard. Patterson's most recent album, Wines & Spirits (again featuring collaborations with Crouch and Jaz) was released September 24, 2007, and debuted at #42 on Billboards Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums, his highest charted to date and No. The singles released, "Stop Breaking My Heart" and "Feels Good" charted on Billboard's Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs both at no. If I had to sum him up in one word, I would call him ‘uninhibited.
Following his vocal contributions on Colour Club's self-titled album, as well as writing for other artists (his credits include Brandy's platinum Top 5 smash "Baby", and Tevin Campbell's hit "Back to the World"). Collaborating with Keith Crouch and Jamey Jaz, among others, released his self-titled debut album on January 28, 1997. Patterson did, however, develop a loyal following both in the U. When Love in Stereo was released in late 1999 it received better reviews than its predecessor, although the mainstream overlooked it. Although Patterson and MCA parted ways, he remained busy, continuing to perform live, working as a session singer, and contributing to both soundtracks (Brown Sugar) and compilation albums (Steve Harvey's Sign of Things to Come), while working on his next album. In August 2008 Patterson released a Christmas album, The Ultimate Gift, by November Patterson won a BET J award for Underground Artist of the year.
After appearing in a school talent show in 1984, Patterson auditioned for the television show Kids Incorporated. In a 2008 discussion about being a gay artist with gay station Logo, for example, he said that "For me, it's not about being 'the gay artist'; I'm an artist." In an interview with BET's Daily Voice, Patterson further clarified that "I've never been in the closet or hiding anything." After appearing in a school talent show in 1984, Patterson auditioned for the television show Kids Incorporated.He was cast as "The Kid", and remained on the show for the next few years, appearing alongside such future stars as Fergie, Mario Lopez and Shanice. A close friend, R&B singer Ledisi, in which he's also featured on her album Lost & Found, explains the genius of Patterson as, “Rahsaan’s greatest artistic strength is his ability to be overly honest in his recordings and in his live performances.Now, with the conception of his own label, the album released in the United States during late October 2004. Wine & Spirits, not only spoke to Patterson's consistency as a versatile, smooth-crooning performer, known for his scintillating, sultry provocative vocal style; but it also, signified, for Patterson, a career of longevity, divinely masterminded from his childhood endeavors to crossing the threshold as a multi-level, music mogul, independently signed, produced and operated.The project further evidenced Patterson's "musical muscularity," spawning itself in such diverse arrangements as the reflective lamentation of "Stars," to the smooth-jazz contours in one of the album's many "feel-good" hits, entitled "Feels Good," to Patterson's resident, high-frequency, timbres, echoing in the uptempo, "Higher Love," which, inevitably, served as the artist's professional and personal testimony of growth, triumph and spiritual ascension.