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The Comeback of R&B singer/songwriter Mr. Du Right Man!

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Born to Sing ……
Ezell Dillard’s inspiration to sing started at the very young age of three. It was at this time that his grandmother, Oral Bill Hill took notice of his strong interest in gospel music. The Making of a Musician ……The start of Ezell’s career took place in 1992 when he became a background vocalist for singer Bobby Johnson and The Supreme Angels. As time passed he had dreams of one day leading this dynamic group; however, this changed with the split of the group several years later. He didn’t let that stop him and soon after joined a group known as Joe Lewis and The Southern Wonder. He performed alongside this group from 1993 to 1999. With the continued success, he aimed to elevate his career and take it nationally. 
Change of Direction ……As his career begins to take off, he unexpectedly made a significant decision to transition into the genre of R&B. He connected with a group known as VIP Houston’s own Destiny’s Child. This song was written from the viewpoint of a male, who became local fame when they remixed a popular song titled “Bills, Bills, Bills” by making it well-liked among many listeners. This song became a breakthrough for the group and was featured on the album of artist Money Black in 2000. A ComeBack…… Since his return, he has gained a new perspective on the influences that continue to inspire him to pursue his dream and share his love of music with the world. Today he has for your new music, new sound, and a lot of souls to give. I introduce to you Ezell Dillard also known as Mr. Du Right Man! 


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