Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Al B. Sure and Quincy Remaking Night and Day


Budding R&B singer Quincy in the studio with his dad Al B. Sure working a remake of Al B's 1988 hit single Night and Day...

Al B Sure broke the news on Instagram.



11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Quincy is the first human clone! I need to see the maternity test results. #Maury

Kwana said...

I sometimes wonder if these youngins can do anything original.

too real said...

I'm glad he's doing things with his REAL father seeing that Diddy only now decided to only sign his biological kid to his record label and not the young man (Quincy) he raised as his own and suppose to love. Has anyone else noticed that lately Duddy has been putting Quincy in the background? Even in pictures where all three males children are in, Quincy is in the back.

Kitty B. said...

@Too Real, I think Diddy is in his feelings Quincy has decided to work on the relationship with his father...its been reported for years (I forgot which) either Kim or Diddy wanted AL B Sure out the picture completely and was even poisoning Quincy's brain with BS..

Unknown said...

Thia idea is corny. It may be a hit and it may make money but it says a lot about the young man's lack of imagination. Where is Musiq Soulchild or Frank Ocean when black music needs them most.

Anonymous said...

I was just listening to some Al B Sure throwbacks the other day. I think it's cute. It's like he's paying homage to his dad. I can dig it.

Anonymous said...

You may as well say that, Al B. Sure was the one who was carrying Quincy! Lord, if that young man doesn't look just like his father! Talk about a "spitting image"!

Ms. Mary Jane_International said...

Im here for it and I cant wait to listen to the remake of Night and Day . Best song ever. Al b sure is on to something with this . Quincy should just pick up where AlB left off. His looks alone is literally killing more than half the dudes in the game. The question.is , can he sing like dad.

The King Of The Real said...

not down for a remake

Anonymous said...

@Ms. MaryJane

No Quincy can't sing and Al couldn't either. Remember when he, Barry White, El Debarge and James Ingram performed "Secret Garden" together at the Soul Train awards? Al was clearly the weak link.

Felicia said...

Thank you 7:51

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