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After revealing his wife’s first pregnancy back in 2017, Ray J explained on The Real that they had been trying to grow their family.“It was special, because we was tryin’ for a while,” he said at the time. I’m trying right now, I’m trying to get one in and hopefully we can have another by April, if it happens,” he said at the time.
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Ray J also released For the Love of Ray J, a soundtrack to his reality television show of the same name.
In 2004, Ray J founded his own recording label, Knockout Entertainment, which has released music for artists such as Brandy, Shorty Mack and Ray J himself.
He made appearances in films as well, including Mars Attacks! At the age of fourteen, Ray J released his debut R&B album Everything You Want, following up with subsequent albums, This Ain't a Game (2001), Raydiation (2005), All I Feel (2008).
Ray returned to television in 2009 with For the Love of Ray J, a reality dating show on VH1, which has aired two seasons and spawned a spin-off show, Brandy and Ray J: A Family Business, which will air in April, 2010.
Love’s announcement featured photos of Melody rocking a t-shirt that read, “big sis.”Ray J and Princess Love tied the knot in August 2016 after four years of dating.
They welcomed their daughter two years later in May 2018. But for me, it was love and we took our time.”Back in March, Ray J told “I want one more right now.
His older sister Brandy is an award-winning, multi-platinum recording artist. The song was the lead single of the R&B/Hip Hop tribute Urban Renewal, in which he co-produced and performed songs.
He signed to Elektra Records in 1995 and he began to record his 15-track debut album Everything You Want the same year. Raydiation eventually sold over 400,000 copies domestically.