Eric Roberson entered the music market through a significant label before he became among the main independent R&B performers from the 2000s and 2010s. In 1994, as an adolescent, the Rahway, NJ indigenous debuted on Warner Bros. with “The Moon.” Even though smooth, post-new jack port ballad was a strike — it reached quantity 53 on Billboard’s Popular R&B Singles graph that summer season — its mother or father recording was shelved. Roberson came back to Howard College or university on the musical theater scholarship or grant and gained his degree. Through the second option fifty percent of the ’90s, equipped with an EMI posting contract, he had written and arranged paths for Phajja, 112, and Gina Thompson. The next decade, Roberson proceeded to go fully independent along with his Blue Erro Spirit label, launched along with his full-length debut, Esoteric (2001). Exactly the same yr that recording was released, Roberson, as Erro, also produced waves in night clubs with “Don’t Modification” (aka “Modification for me personally”), an individual originally released on Osunlade’s Yoruba label. As his single career was continue once again, he was also dealing with Philadelphians Musiq Soulchild, Jill Scott, DJ Jazzy Jeff, and Vivian Green, in addition to with Detroiter Dwele, for whom he co-wrote and co-produced “HANG ON,” another solitary that occurred to maximum at quantity 53 R&B. Roberson released single albums every few years, increasing his catalog using the Appetizer (2005), …Still left (2007), and Music Enthusiast Initial (2009). The last mentioned included “AN ACCOUNT of Two” and “Still,” music which were nominated for Grammy Honours in the group of Greatest Urban/Choice R&B. The Documenting Academy’s acknowledgments, alongside brand-new support from a relationship with Purpose Music and distributor eOne, helped send out Mr. Nice Man (2011) to amount 14 on Billboard’s R&B/Hip-Hop Albums graph. Roberson subsequently had taken part in modern gospel head Fred Hammond’s United Tenors task and fronted Zo!’s “WE HAVE BEEN on the road” (both 2013), after that reverted to Blue Erro produces with B-Sides, Features & Heartaches as well as the Container (both 2014). Then connected up with periodic collaborator Phonte for Tigallerro (2016).
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|Diary of a Decade: The Story of a Movement||2012||Documentary||Himself|
|The Mo'Nique Show||2011||TV Series||Himself|
|Eric Roberson: She||2010||Short||Himself|
|Baisden After Dark||2007||TV Series||Himself|
|Parallel Paths||2007||TV Series||Himself (2007)|
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|2011||Grammy||Grammy Awards||Best Urban/Alternative Performance||For the song "Still."|
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