The 1989 self-titled album, Kashif, is the fifth studio album from the artist, producer and composer Michael Jones also known as Kashif. The album was released in 1989 on Arista Records. The album includes two hit singles, "Personality" and a cover of the 1973 hit "Ain't No Woman (Like the One I've Got)" by The Four Tops. This was the last studio album from Kashif for Arista Records.
이블: Arista – AL 9620. Percussion – Freda Payne, Kevin Harewood, Robin DunnPercussion, Performer, Voice, Written-by – Kashif.
Album · 1990 · 13 Songs. See All. Changin Lanes (feat Kashif & Slick Dogg) - Single.
Kashif burst onto the music scene with his Billboard R&B single "I Just Gotta Have Yo. His urgent delivery oozes with vibrancy accompanied by a poppin' rhythm arrangement and some solid change-ups. It peaked at number five after 20 weeks. Stone Love" commissions a funky bassline and seductive background vocals which contrast Kashif's zealous intonations. The single topped off at 22. With its moderately aggressive rhythm, "Help Yourself to My Love" finds the Brooklyn native patiently cradling the lyric
Listen to music from Kashif like Stone Love, I Just Gotta Have You - Digitally Remastered 1998 & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Kashif. At age 15, Kashif joined B. T. Express and performed on stages around the world.
The Bilz & Kashif release a new single - on DEC 8t.
Kashif was born Michael Jones on December 26, 1956, in the Harlem neighborhood of New York City. Some media outlets have listed his year of birth as 1959. Introduced to Arista by Milton Allen, its artist development director in 1983, his self-titled debut album Kashif (1983) spawned the hits "I Just Gotta Have You (Lover Turn Me On)", "Stone Love", "Help Yourself to My Love", and "Say Something Love". He is said to have been Arista Records' attempt to respond to Warner Bros.