Stronger Everyday

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Stronger Everyday
Jon B - Stronger Everyday.jpg
Studio album by
Jon B
ReleasedOctober 5, 2004
Vibezelect Studios
Pasadena, California
Heat Recording
Mojo Digital Recordings
Hollywood, California
Unsung Studios
Los Angeles, California
Baseline Studios
New York City, New York
LabelSanctuary Urban, E2
ProducerJon B., Just Blaze, Anthony President & Brainz Dimillo, Michael Angelo Saulsberry, Mike City, Johnny "J", The Champ & Jason Edmonds, Babyface
Jon B chronology
Pleasures U Like
Stronger Everyday
Holiday Wishes: From Me to You
UK Edition Cover
Jon B - Stronger Everyday UK Cover.jpg

Stronger Everyday is the fourth studio album by Jon B. It was released October 5, 2004 on Sanctuary Records.[1] After recording three albums for Epic Records, Jon felt he was being underpromoted.

He was signed to Sanctuary by Destiny's Child manager Mathew Knowles who was just hired as the president of urban music at the primarily rock oriented label.[2] Stronger Everyday was originally recorded under DreamWorks Records under the working title Everyday Struggles,[3] but the label folded in early 2004 before Jon got to release any material.[4]

The album spawned the singles "Everytime" and "Lately".

Track listing[]

From Discogs.[5]

  1. "Everytime" (featuring Dirt McGirt) (Jonathan Buck, Keil Holliwood, Jack Knight, Mechalie Jamison) (5:04)
  2. "Lately" (Durell Babbs, Jonathan Buck, Ainsoworth Prasad, Obi Nwobosi, Kenneth Edmonds) (3:25)
  3. "One More Dance" (Jonathan Buck, Keil Holliwood) (4:50)
  4. "I'm Right Here" (Jack Knight, Luke Larkin, Shannon Jones) (3:24)
  5. "Hands on U" (Mike City) (4:07)
  6. "Patience" (Jonathan Buck, Keil Holliwood, Nathan Cruise, Jr.) (4:39)
  7. "Part 2" (featuring Tupac Shakur) (Jonathan Buck, Johnny Jackson, Tupac Shakur) (4:02)
  8. "Stronger Everyday (featuring Tank) (Jonathan Buck, Durell Babbs) (4:00)
  9. "Thru the Fire" (featuring Scarface) (Jonathan Buck, Keil Holliwood, Mechalie Jamison, Brad Jordan) (5:51)
  10. "What in the World" (Jonathan Buck) (4:10)
  11. "Az U" (Jonathan Buck, Keil Holliwood, Eric Allen) (4:15)
  12. "Multiple" (Tommie McLaughlin, Jonathan Buck, Joaquin Bynum, Jason Edmonds, Jerome Goodall) (5:24)
  13. "Lay it Down" (Jonathan Buck, Jamie Stemmons) (4:21)
  14. "Before it's Gone" (Jonathan Buck, Keil Holliwood) (5:04)
  15. "What I Like About You" (featuring Babyface) (Jonathan Buck, Kenneth Edmonds) (4:24)
  16. "Everytime Remix" (featuring Beenie Man & Farena) (Justin Smith, Jonathan Buck, Ainsoworth Prasad, Doron "Jr." Bell, Anthony President, Anthony Davis) (4:15)


  • Keyboards and Drum Programming: Jon B., Anthony President, Brainz Dimillo, Mike City, Michael Angelo Saulsberry, Babyface, Just Blaze
  • Piano: Tank
  • Drum Programming: Ale-oop, Gregg P.
  • Guitar: Daryl Spencer, Tim Kobza, Babyface
  • Bass: Jon B.
  • Background vocals: Jon B., Tank, Babyface, Conesha Monet, Jason Edmonds, Envyi
  • Recording engineer: Ryan West, Brainz Dimlllo, Jon B., Franny "Franchise" Graham, Corey Wells, Jerome Goodall, Wayne Williams
  • Mixing: Serban Ghenea, Kevin "KD" Davis, Ian Boxhill, Dexter Simmons, Bob Power, Jean-Marie Horvat
  • Executive producer: Jon B., Tracey E. Edmonds, Mathew Knowles, Michael McQuarn
  • Co-Executive producer: Ozz Saturne
  • Package Design: Andiri Inc.


  • "Stronger Everyday" contains a sample of "Somebody Loves Me", as performed by Sister Sledge
  • "Thru The Fire" contains a sample of "Precious Memories", as performed by Aretha Franklin


  1. ^ "Stronger Everyday". Jon B. album. Retrieved 2013-01-24.
  2. ^ Mitchell, Gail (2004). R&B Acts Find Sanctuary. billboard magazine. p. 5.
  3. ^ "Jon B- The History". Retrieved 2013-01-24.
  4. ^ Gallo, Phil. "D'Works diskery reborn at UMG". Retrieved 2013-01-24.
  5. ^ Stronger Everyday. Discogs. Retrieved 5 January 2016.
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