Where You Been? Steven Harts Of The ’90s R&B Group Troop

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April 28, 2014 ‐ By

You might not immediately recall the 90s group Troop, but we’re 99% sure you remember their classic song “All I Do Is Think of You,” which is one of the best cover song contributions to R&B.  The Pasadena-bred group consisted of five members, Allen McNeil, John Harreld, Rodney Benford, Reggie Warren, and Steven Harts, and we recently caught up with Steve in LA to ask, where you been?

Surprisingly, Steven’s actually been around quite a bit, telling us he’s the writer responsible for a number of hits from B2K, Marques Houston, Fantasia, Aretha Franklin, and Charlie Wilson. Who knew?

Check out the video above to see where Steven’s been all these years, what’s up with the other members of Troop, and his advice for Chris Brown. What do you think?

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  • Tricia

    I loved Troop. They were so underrated. Spread My Wings was my favourite song of theirs. And I remember one of the members was really good looking.

  • http://www.thatmakessense.net/ Pam

    It is so good to see Steven Harts aka Steve Russell. I have loved Troop since the first time I saw them perform “Mamacita” BET’s Sprite Night (I think that was the name of that show). That was back when Donnie Simpson was hosting. I screamed and tried my best to do those dance moves. I have tried to keep up with Steven over the years because dude is hella talented. Great to see him!

  • soisaid

    its hard to look at him and listen with him wearing those glasses in an interview.. whats the deal?