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Baby Makin' Music

by The Isley Brothers

Baby Makin' Music by The Isley Brothers

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Baby Makin' Music

by The Isley Brothers

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Label: Def Soul/Def Jam
If you're really concerned about a population boom, you'd be wise to keep Ron Isley away from a microphone. Entering his fifth decade as the human sex lubricant, the lead singer of the Isley Brothers is probably the leading antidote for celibacy. Though Baby Makin' Music is slightly more contemporary than 2003's Lucky Charm, the formula remains the same: smooth, rose-scented R&B ballads that are as tender as foreskin. The album is consistently strong, but highlights include "Forever Mackin'," "Beautiful" and "Gotta Be Here With You," where Ron once again reprises his Mr. Biggs persona.

About This Album

If you're really concerned about a population boom, you'd be wise to keep Ron Isley away from a microphone. Entering his fifth decade as the human sex lubricant, the lead singer of the Isley Brothers is probably the leading antidote for celibacy. Though Baby Makin' Music is slightly more contemporary than 2003's Lucky Charm, the formula remains the same: smooth, rose-scented R&B ballads that are as tender as foreskin. The album is consistently strong, but highlights include "Forever Mackin'," "Beautiful" and "Gotta Be Here With You," where Ron once again reprises his Mr. Biggs persona.

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About This Album

If you're really concerned about a population boom, you'd be wise to keep Ron Isley away from a microphone. Entering his fifth decade as the human sex lubricant, the lead singer of the Isley Brothers is probably the leading antidote for celibacy. Though Baby Makin' Music is slightly more contemporary than 2003's Lucky Charm, the formula remains the same: smooth, rose-scented R&B ballads that are as tender as foreskin. The album is consistently strong, but highlights include "Forever Mackin'," "Beautiful" and "Gotta Be Here With You," where Ron once again reprises his Mr. Biggs persona.