Norbet Records Unleashes Long Awaited Debut Album “Just Norwood”

Norbet Records hits the airwaves with Pop/R&B Crooner Norwood Young. The sexy and sultry album is available now.

Los Angeles, CA, July 19, 2007 --( Norbet Records releases its highly anticipated album titled “Just Norwood,” by legendary recording artist Norwood Young. After months of seducing crowds with snippets from his upcoming album, balladeer Norwood Young releases his music to the masses, Tuesday July 10, 2007 and is available now in all “FYE” and “Sam Goody” stores. Also, available on “Apple Itunes” and “CD”.

Branded “The Ambassador of Love,” the sexy sultry and intoxicating sounds of Norwood Young is evident in his first single titled “8th Wonder,” the love song that is sweeping the airwaves. The 13 track album (eight tracks written by Norwood) produced by Darryl Ross, Adam Blackstone and Norwood himself feature songs like “Jesus Is Love,” “Queen of My Life” and “Breaking Up is Hard to Do.” The artist has dubbed these songs as his timeless classics. And additionally track four features a duet with original Dreamgirl “Jennifer Holliday.”

Another notable track on the album is a song Young wrote about his deep concern for the hunger issue in America. The song bears the same name as the charity foundation Young founded called, “Feed His People” ( According to Young, “The song centers on my belief that hunger is unnecessary and my determination to influence a change,” he continues, “The track features my dear friend and American Idol runner up, Trynce.”

Album reviews have been nothing short of impressive.

*Jennifer Holliday had this to say… “As an Artist, I can say that Norwood’s music is "real music"... As a friend, I can testify that Norwood’s love is "real love.” The song, "Easier Said Than Done" is my first ever recorded duet with a man... And oh, What A "Mighty-Good- Man" Norwood is. When we sing together, I feel the Magic," Heart-to-Heart" and I am so, so satisfied with this collaboration! Thank you, Norwood. How very happy I am that I waited for you to be my first.”

Norwood’s rich, heartfelt and sultry vocal style is often described, as a cross between Luther Vandross and Marvin Gaye. Following in their footsteps, he is destined to have a place in history in the world of timeless and magical music.
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About Norwood
Born in Ewing Township, New Jersey Norwood Berry Young is simply known as a one-name moniker, Norwood is the former lead singer of contemporary jazz band, Pieces of a Dream. With the band, he garnered the gold single “What Can I Do?” on the “Bout Dat Time” album. As a solo artist, he recorded two top-twenty singles, “I Can’t Let You Go,” and “Shoulda Been Us Together.” He hit gold again for the single “Young Man, Older Woman,” a duet with Grammy-nominee Millie Jackson.

Norwood gained major notoriety as the star cast member on E! Television’s highly-popular reality series, “High Maintenance 90210.” The half-hour show profiled the outrageous, highly demanding work environments of Hollywood’s domestic staffers and gave viewers a factual look at some of the unimaginable challenges these staffers faced on a day-to-day basis.

Most recently Norwood has been featured on Good Morning America, the KTLA Morning Show, Jimmy Kimmel, and Good Day L.A. (straight from the red carpet) and a host of radio and print both local and national. To learn more about Norwood visit

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