Sammie Lee Bush Jr., better known by Sammie and Leigh Bush, is an American R&B singer. He is best known for his hit, “I Like It” (1999) from his debut album, From the Bottom to the Top (2000). He returned with his second studio album, Sammie in 2006. He is currently finishing his third album Coming of Age under his own label StarCamp Entertainment which is partnered with Twenty Two Recordings/EMI, which will be released in 2013. Sammie was born Sammie Bush on March 1, 1987, in Boynton Beach, Florida. His mother was a former professional singer who sang in a church choir, while at the time carrying him. She is mother to three other children besides Sammie. His father is from a long line of prominent ministers of the Bush family, and he is a cousin of football prodigy Reggie Bush, as “Lil’ Sammie” and “Reggie Reg’s” grandfathers’ were brothers. His first public appearances with singing was at a church at the age of four, he sang for an auditorium performing “Troubles Don’t Last Always.” He attended a magnet school with a special performing arts program where he formed a vocal group with two junior high kids called, “The Wonder 3”. The group then audition for Showtime at the Apollo in 1998. Shortly afterwards, Dallas Austin’s agent Joyce Irby contacted Bush and his mother. Austin brought Bush to Atlanta, Georgia to record several demos and was signed to Austin’s Freeworld Entertainment. Wikipedia®.
Leigh Bush – Take Me
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