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Nayobe (born Nayobe Catalina Gomez in Brooklyn, New York in 1968). Nayobe has scored several hit songs including “I Love The Way You Love Me”, “I’ll Be Around”, “Good Things Come To Those Who Wait”, “Second Chance For Love” and ” Please Don’t Go.” In 1984, “Please Don’t Go” became the third hit song of the style of music known as Freestyle. Her sophomore album “Promise Me” was released in 1990. It went for a more R&B/Soul and New Jack Swing sound. The album scored a hit with “I Love The Way You Love Me.” Other singles from the album include “It’s Too Late”, “I’ll Be Around” and the title track. After a hiatus from recording, Nayobe returned record a Latin Pop album “Dame Un Poco Mas” in 1997. This was followed by her Salsa album, self titled ‘Nayobe” in 1999. Nayobe continues to tour.

Edited by discotequedude on 1 Sep 2010, 13:25

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