On his Innervision Records debut dee Brown, who's tasty Melodies grooves and vibe perfectly reflects its unforgettable title Brown Sugar, Honey-Coated Love, collaborates with some of Detroit's best talents including Dezie McCullers Jr. The son of one of the original Motown "Funk Brothers". Valdez Brantley producer, keyboardist and M.D. for Usher his brother Kern Brantley former basis with Grover Washington Jr, Chip Dixon a notable gospel producer, songwriter, keyboard programer and engineer. Soul Trumpeter" and instrumentalists recording artist Lin Rountree and DJ Shannon Rice. Realizing that jazz comes out tastier when he's inspired by and bouncing ideas off musician's and songwriter's he had admired, Brown co-wrote with Dixson Honeycomb and I am here for you (I'll never leave you) featuring the soulful vocals of co-writer Shaunia Edwards. In addition, the guitars co-wrote seven new tracks with Valdez including "My love's forever" with McCullers, "Smile again") with lead vocals by co-writer Arnel Carmichael) "Pleasurable Dreams" featuring (Brown on scat vocals) "Ice Cream Sunday " "Natural Love" and the infectious title featuring Rountree soaring trumpet and flugelhorn. Brown included a glorious old-school cover of The Intruders' Philly Soul hit, "I'll always love my mama" as a dedication to his beloved mother Roceal Brown.