- Paperback: 336 pages
- Publisher: Dey Street Books; Reprint edition (March 14, 2017)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0062442589
- ISBN-13: 978-0062442581
- Product Dimensions: 5.3 x 0.8 x 8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 8.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars See all reviews (537 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #46,416 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Every Little Step: My Story Paperback – March 14, 2017
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From the Back Cover
The Real Bobby Brown BARES His Soul
I became famous with New Edition when I was just fourteen.
As a solo artist, I released an album that many have noted altered the course of R&B music.
I fell in love with the biggest music star on the planet. Our marriage kept more than a few gossip tabloids in business.
I am still trying to grapple with the incredible pain of losing my daughter.
Early on, I cemented my reputation as “the bad boy of R&B.” But now that label feels too one-dimensional.
I feel like I owe it to myself and the ones I love, and will always love, to be honest.
In this raw and at times heartbreaking account, Bobby Brown tells the truth of his life. Every Little Step is the story of a kid growing up in the projects of Boston, always on the move and always looking for an audience. Brown reveals what really happened when he left New Edition to launch his solo career and shares tales of his relationships with some of the most prominent pop divas in the world, including intimate moments in his marriage to Whitney Houston that describe the purity of their love and the devastation he felt as it crumbled over drug abuse, infidelities, and the negative influence of outsiders. Most poignantly, he finally speaks about losing his beloved daughter, Bobbi Kristina, and the terrible aftermath of her death.
Through it all, Brown shows himself to be a family man, devoted to his children and his wife; a man who cared for both of his parents right up until their deaths; and a man who can admit where he faltered, but had the strength to stand up again.
About the Author
Bobby Brown is a singer, songwriter, dancer, producer, and actor. He lives in Los Angeles, California, with his wife and children.
Denene Millner and Nick Chiles live in South Orange, New Jersey. She is a reporter for the New York Daily News; he is an awardwinning journalist who has worked for the Dallas Moming News, New York Newsday, and the Newark Star-Ledger.
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BB delivers the goods: he holds nothing back on his drugs, drinking, bad boy days, crimes, jail time, Whitney, his daughter, and everything in between. It's all in there, and many blanks are filled. He also gives his personal insight to what he was thinking at certain times in his life when the rest of us were wondering just WHAT he was thinking. He even explains the whole Whitney funeral debacle and why he left during the service, and you realize the media did portray it in a skewed light when his reasoning is really very sensible. Now I'm sure some people will argue that it's one sided (duh, it's an autobiography) and of course he'll try to make himself look better....but now that others are corroborating many of his tales in the media (i.e. Whitney's brother finally saying it was he, not BB, who introduced her to drugs), we realize he really did get the short end of that stick during his Whitney days.
That's not to say that he didn't make some huge mistakes--he acknowledges them freely and takes responsibility for most (though there are spots here and there where he makes excuses for certain things rather than taking the reigns on them, but that's OK). In the end, you realize he's just a guy like anyone else, trying to make their way.
Fab read, totally worth the purchase.