Jordan by Michael Jordan is a Woody Aromatic fragrance for men. Jordan was launched in 2000. Top notes are mandarin orange, ivy, sage,...... more
Jordan by Michael Jordan is a Woody Aromatic fragrance for men. Jordan was launched in 2000. Top notes are mandarin orange, ivy, sage, bergamot and bitter orange; middle notes are jasmine, nutmeg, pepper and cardamom; base notes are sandalwood, musk and oakmoss.
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Advantages: Amazing tracks, loads of great hits Disadvantages: Some of his newer songs not included as this was released a while ago
...There isn't really one particular genre of music that I like, I'm into all kinds of different music genres. My favourite artist of all time is definitely Michael Jackson. After all he is the King Of Pop! But I'm also a massive fan of the King Of R&B, Mr R Kelly.
Robert Kelly was born on the 8th January, 1967, on the south side of Chicago, Illinois. He is a world famous and extremely successful R&B...
Advantages: A really good mix, well balanced tracks & all good hits Disadvantages: None for me
...I think I must have woke the neighbours with joy!
Hopefully they were dancing around the house enjoying themselves as much as I was!
If you prefer your R&B songs a little dancier than hits such as Heartbroken (T2), Hot in Here (Nelly) and Be Faithfull (Fat Man Scoop).
Thankfully the album also had some fantastic hits from the 90s with some of my personal favourites including the fantastic...
Advantages: Great value for money; some classic songs, both old and new Disadvantages: Not all songs are within the 'r&b' genre, in my opinion
...'s the beauty of this CD - as well as recent r&b chart hits, it uncovers songs which you may have forgotten about, but which are so memorable once you listen to them again.
I wouldn't say that every track on this CD is 'r&b' but that might just be me being picky. Some of them are definitely more hip-hop, rap and even pop, so I'm not sure the title of the CD is fully appropriate; however, I suppose...