Bryan Loren

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Bryan Loren Hudson (born 1966) is an American singer-songwriter.

Loren started writing music when he was 12 years old. In 1984 Loren's first album, Bryan Loren, was released. "Lollipop Luv" was released as a single from it. It reached number 23 in the R&B chart. In 1992 he released his second album, Music From The New World. He was a member of Fat Larry's Band. He wrote "Feels so Good" for Whitney Houston.

Work with Michael Jackson[change | change source]

Loren wrote the number one single "Do the Bartman" with Michael Jackson.[1] He made a song with Jackson called "Satisfy You" in 1990, but it was never released. He wrote "Superfly Sister" with Michael Jackson. It was on Jackson's 1997 album Blood on the Dance Floor: HIStory in the Mix.

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