I Didn't Know I Would Fall In Love With You In 1 Night
No Sign , Hardest Thing, When It's Real, I'm Yours, Favor, Sex Love, Just Make Love, With You, Elevator, Love Is Gone, The Dream & After The Party
"Lonny Bereal" also credited as "J. Lonny Berea" is an award-winning writer, producer, and recording artist. "Lonny's" vocal range is so off da hook that his range goes from tenor to soprano without a strain. "Lonny Bereal" writes, produces, sings, and arrangse, which makes him the “Complete Artist”.
With the opportunity preform with charting topping artist like "Jamie Foxx", "Tank", "Kelly Rowland", "Ruben Studdard", "K-Ci & JoJo", "Teddy Riley", "Destiny’s Child", "Chris Brown" and too many more to list, is what gives him the experience and ability to rock a live show.
"Lonny Bereal" is one of the most sought aft songwriter ins the industry. His song writing and producing credits can be found on some of the top recording artist projects, film soundtracks, and television shows. He has enjoyed gold and platinum success with almost every project he's participated on. Some of his latest successes have been with "Chris Brown", "Jamie Foxx", and "Keyshia Cole".
"Lonny" is best known for his writing and producing credits for top billboard and Grammy nominated hits such as “Please Don’t Go” (Tank), “Under” (Pleasure P), and “I Can Transform Ya” (Chris Brown).
"Lonny" just recently signed a deal with "Busta Rhyme’s" label
"The Conglomerate/Flipmode Records", and is preparing for his debut album “The Love Train” set to release in 2011.Before the release of his new album "Lonny" will give fans a little of what to expect with his first mix tape entitled “Love Games”. The mix tape will feature appearances by "Jamie Foxx", "Tank", "Teddy Riley", comedian/actor "DeRay Davis", "DJ Mark Da Spot", and more.
"Lonny" credits his success and inspirations to: "GOD, MY FAM./PARENTS, Pastor John P. Kee, Tank, Eric Dawkins, Kelly Rowland, Jamie Foxx, Michael Jordan, Michael Jackson, R. Kelly, Brian McKnight, Kim Burrell, Aaron Hall, and Teddy Riley".