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'Where You At' by Jennifer Hudson

This is a discussion on 'Where You At' by Jennifer Hudson within the R. Kelly Music Chat forums, part of the R. Kelly Discussion category; Hidden Content Originally Posted by V.I.P Hidden Content ^Nope, not this time. Rob wrote, produced & arranged 'Where You At' ...

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    Hidden Content Originally Posted by V.I.P Hidden Content
    ^Nope, not this time. Rob wrote, produced & arranged 'Where You At' but for some reason on Wikipedia it does say Harvey Mason produced it (he's 1 of the Guys from 'The Underdogs' by the way). If however you check the original single cover, it was definitely Rob plus it even has his current 'eerie' sound. That is unless they have somehow re-worked it for the album? I doubt that, and Im not sure if you are aware but a similar thing happened on Tyrese's 'Alter Ego' album. Rob wrote, produced & arranged both 'Signs of Love Making Part 2' and 'Hurry Up' but on Wiki there are some production credits for the Underdogs. I have no idea why that is though?
    I kinda figured that was his production on this song because you can tell Kells style from anyone but it's alot of R&B producers jocking his style which is making it believable that wikipedia was right lol props on clearing that up
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    Hidden Content Originally Posted by K.R.X. Hidden Content
    I kinda figured that was his production on this song because you can tell Kells style from anyone but it's alot of R&B producers jocking his style which is making it believable that wikipedia was right lol props on clearing that up
    True P. Now Wiki maybe correct in terms of credits, for instance Harvey may have mixed it or recorded it with Jennifer and as a result may have some production credits? That would be more to do with a deal he has with Clive Davis though, cuz I know they are pretty close. Im not sure, but musically from the keys, synths, etc, everything is Rob - there may have been some minor tweaks after (perhaps on the drum programming), but essentially I would say this is a song completely crafted at the Chocolate Factory. Hidden Content
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    Thanks For Clearing That Up...

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    Also, if y'all remember there was also a similar thing with 'Fireworks' (on the 'Epic' album). There were reports that it was produced by Polow Da Don, but no such thing come the release of the album - it was all Rob (although it still says Polow on Wiki).
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    Where you at has climbed to #12 from #17....the pied piper is back at it again!

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    ^ Is it on the Billboard Hip Hop and R&B chart?

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    Hidden Content Originally Posted by ntokie Hidden Content
    ^ Is it on the Billboard Hip Hop and R&B chart?
    Yep it is..I'm glad ppl like the song...I remember when it first came out, ppl thought it was too weak to b a 1st single....

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    ^ I know, those are the same people who think J Lo's "on the floor", Briney's "hold it aganst me", and lady gaga " born this way" are great songs, so they are clearly not R&B fans

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    Jennifer Hudson: "R. Kelly captured me in song"

    The singer-and-actress is currently promoting her new album Remember Me, which features Where You At – a track penned by R. Kelly. Jennifer couldn’t believe how the music superstar managed to capture her personality in the lyrics without even meeting her.

    She is thrilled to have been given the opportunity to collaborate with such a big name in the industry and was overwhelmed by the lengths he went to when he was writing the tune.

    “R. Kelly was somewhere writing for me at the time and I didn’t even know it. He just sent me this song and I didn’t want to get my hopes up too high, you know, of working with someone like R. Kelly,” she explained to MTV. “They told me R. Kelly put up a shrine of pictures of you to channel you and he created this song. And it was kind of creepy to me because when I heard the song I was like, ‘Oh my God.’ I was in studio recording and he is giving me me, this is something I would do, this is something I would say. And I had never even met him. I didn’t meet him until two weeks later and I was like, ‘This is bizarre.’

    “But that is one of my favourite things about the album, working with people like R. Kelly and Alicia Keys.”

    Jennifer went on to reveal that spending time in the recording studio with Alicia Keys was one of her “favourite sessions ever”. The pair became friends when they starred in the movie The Secret Life of Bees and have remained close since.

    Jennifer also spoke about the title of her album and how she feels she has been through so much in her life so far.

    The star was left devastated in October 2008 when her mother Darnell Donerson, her brother Jason Hudson and her seven-year-old nephew Julian King were found dead having suffered multiple gunshot wounds. The title of her new album is based on a poem written by Jennifer and one of the songs features the same name.

    Jennifer is now raising a family of her own – she has a 19-month-old son with her fiancÚ David Otunga and the pair are planning to wed soon.

    She wants her fans to know what she has been through and feels the album title aptly reflects her journey.

    “I decided to name the album Remember Me because I felt like in the 29 years that I have lived I have had four lives, there is nothing the same as it was ten years ago. So that’s where it came from,” she added. “I feel like my life is different chapters in a book, and I am like, ‘OK, what’s going to happen next?’

    “It’s like a new me, it’s like a new introduction to myself.”

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    Yes, I think these are the same people who like to refer to real RnB as 'boring' - I believe they are commonly known as........

    fools.
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