Born in Chicago, Illinois, R&B artist Dave Hollister is a veteran vocalist whose style is firmly rooted in gospel and soul tradition. Hollister established his career well before his membership in Teddy Riley's Blackstreet and eventually went on to start his solo career in 1995. Hollister is best known for his 2000 gold–certified album "Chicago '85... The Movie" which included hits such as "One Woman Man" and "Take Care of Home". After achieving solo success, Hollister left the label DreamWorks for Motown in March 2002 where he would release his 3rd album "Things in the Game Done Changed". As time progressed Hollister eventually went on to sign with Gospo Centric for 2006's "The Book of David, Vol. 1: The Transition" and 2008's "Witness Protection", successful albums that either topped or nearly topped Billboard's gospel chart. As of today Hollister spends his time as a preacher along with continuously advancing his singing career.