Jagged Edge Previews New Album at Microsoft Store in Atlanta

Hello this past Sunday night I had the honor to attend a listening party for the new JAGGED EDGE album HEARTBREAK II in stores and online Oct 27, 2014. The event was moderated by Super Producer Brian Michael Cox . He spoke of working on the album with the group and played some of the tracks from it.  The audience was treated with some of the groups classic musical sounds and some new ones. There was up tempo records and slow records for a quiet evening with your significant other. So make sure to pick it up and lets put Classic R&B music back on top. Please check out our Music Issue and read the article I wrote on them last year. Track listening and information below provided by 135th street agency

Thanks for your attention,

Rodney Simpson


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So So Def invaded the Microsoft Store at Perimeter Mall to throw a private listening party for J.E. Heartbreak II, the upcoming album from R&B super group Jagged Edge. A number of VIPs , tastemakers and influencers were on hand to preview the much-anticipated sequel to the multi-platinum selling J.E. Heartbreak (2000). Attendees included So So Def recording artist Dondria, R&B singer Bobby Valentino, R&B teen heartthrob Mishon, and mixtape king DJ Smallz. After a few remarks from executive producer Michael Mauldin, group members Brandon and Brian Casey along with songwriter/producer Bryan Michael Cox took the audience through the entire album track by track:


  1. “JE Intro”
  2. “Future”
  3. “Familiar”
  4. “Hope”
  5. “Things I Do for You”
  6. “Love Come Down”
  7. It’s Been You”
  8. “Romeo”
  9. “Getting Over You”
  10. “Ready”
  11. “Make It Clear”
  12. “No Half Steppin’”


The evening closed with the group (now joined by member Kyle Norman) showing off their XBOX 360 gaming skills in a round of UFC Undisputed 3.
J.E. Heartbreak II is in stores and on iTunes/Amazon on October 27.


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Online www.JEHeartbreak.com   


Photos: Chris Mitchell


Brandon Casey, Brian Casey, Kyle Norman of Jagged Edge

Brandon Casey, Brian Casey, Kyle Norman of Jagged Edge and Bryan Michael Cox

Mishon (Singer)

Bobby Valentino (Singer)

Dondria (SoSoDef)

YoDel (Singer)

Michael Mauldin

 DJ Waffles



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