One of the foremost independent R&B artists, Eric Roberson debuted on Warner Bros. with "The Moon," a minor hit in 1994. He wrote and arranged tracks for other artists prior to making his full-length independent debut with Esoteric (2001). The same year that album was issued, Roberson also made waves in clubs with "Don't Change" (aka "Change for Me"). He worked with the likes of Jill Scott and Dwele, among others, as his solo career moved forward with albums issued every couple years. Two songs from Music Fan First (2009) were nominated for Grammy Awards in the category of Best Urban/Alternative R&B. Steady solo releases and collaborations, including Tigallerro (with Phonte), continued into the late 2010s. ~ Andy Kellman & David Jeffries
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