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Wil Hart of 60's soul group The Delfonics has released some collaborative tracks he recorded with The Bawse.


  • Pudda Bear

    No one knows who the hell greg hill or joe branch is. Wil Hart is known world wide by millions of fans who enjoyed the music he helped create for the legendary Delfonics… What is greg hill on joe branch known for? Just saying…., Haters will always make you stronger baby! Ross callaboration was with Wil Hart, that is the fact baby. Wil, nice as he is, included the other two guys since at that time, they were in his group…. “Were in his group”…. We moving on baby. Enjoy the music

  • Wilski

    Check out some more of Mr. Harts Projects>> http://www.inthegame-ent.biz/

  • Skeem

    Wil Hart has never been the front man for a Delfonic group, original or revue. Good try but I'm just keeping it real. Joe Branch ( first tenor) Greg Hill (2nd tenor) and Will Hart (baritone) sang on this cut. How much baritone do you hear. If you don't know, better as somebody like "Rick Ross". Just kickin the straight up bullistics.

  • Anonymous

    I love this track but let me give you a few facts: It should read “Rick Ross & The Delfonics” cause its obvious who the top dog is on this record! I know for a fact that Wil hart didnt sing this track by himself. The chorus was done with his group members, Greg Hill & Joe branch. Just take a moment to read the liner notes on the fonic zone cd & you will see! Its a shame how people forget the people who were there for them…..

  • Maurice D. Randle

    I'm diggin' the fuck outta this track! The samples are amazing and Ross kills it as usual. From his style on this, it sounds like something pre-Teflon Don. Dope all around.

  • Tim Chester

    This Sounds Like His flow On The First Album.

  • blackula

    LOL @ how Ross starts the song "I ain't gon' lie no more". The irony is too funny. Some of his better verses as of late though.

  • House

    Wow, this has to be one of Ross's best right here, so smooth. I hope he uses beats like this on his new album.

  • Anonymous

    Nice ..but the 2nd to the last verse sounds like the verse with Celeb Forever still dopeness

  • rah

    damnnn this ish is madd soulful!!