Force One Network

Members of Force One Network: Chopmaster J, Darrell Savage, Dave Hollister, Jimi Dright, Willi Mac
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Discography of Force One Network:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Spirit (Does Anybody Care) 2 Audio 1991 Warner Bros. Records
2 Spirit (Does Anybody Care?) 2 Audio 1991 Qwest Records
3 Spirit (Does Anybody Care?) 6 Audio 1991
4 Somethin' About You 10 Audio 1992 Qwest Records
5 Sista Sista 2 Audio 1992 Qwest Records
6 Static 4 Audio 1997 AIM (2)
7 Soul Network Program II 15 Audio 1997 Dolphin Entertainment
8 Sista Sista 4 Audio 1992
9 The M M E Program 1 20 Audio 1992 Qwest Records
10 Somethin' About You 10 Audio 1992 Qwest Records
11 Spirit (Does Anybody Care?) 6 Audio 1991 Qwest Records
12 Static 4 Audio AIM (2)
13 Soul Network Programme II 13 Audio 1997 Aim Records
14 Force One Network Featuring Dave Hollister 13 Audio 2001 OmTown

Force One Network were a soul/R&B group based in the San Francisco/Oakland area of California The group's leader, Jimi Dright, was a member of the Digital Underground collective, where he was known as Chopmaster J. It is he that you see in the videos for "Doowutchyalike" and "The Humpty Dance". Upon forming Force One Network, he brought in a then new vocalist named Dave Hollister, who used the alias "Blacque Angell" for their first album. Hollister credited himself as "The Black Angel" in songs by 2Pac, including "Keep Your Head Up" and "Brenda's Got A Baby". The group became known for the use of "Spirit" on the "Boyz-N-The Hood" soundtrack, which lead to a contract with Quincy Jones' Qwest label. Their first and only album for Qwest would result in two more singles, "Sista Sista" and "Somethin' About You". Hollister would leave Force One Network and find greater success with BLACKstreet. It would be five years before the group returned with a second album, and by then, Hollister found his name as a "featured" artist with the band. With minimal success, Force One Network would cease creating any new recordings, while Hollister would continue to prosper as a solo vocalist.

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