Where Are They Now: ’90’s R&B Groups

November 14, 2012  |  
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When the group, formerly known as “Forte” met Diddy in Atlanta, Georgia, they changed their name to 112 and became artists under the Bad Boy banner.  With their debut album named 112, released in 1996, they took listeners by storm with singles like:  “Only You,” and “Cupid” which I change the lyrics slightly to sing it to my daughter.

Once it ’90’s turned into the ’00’s, they continued to make music and was nominated for a Grammy for their song “Peaches and Cream” in 2001.  The group left Bad Boy and creative differences drove them to disband and start pursuing solo projects, but reunited under their own label One Twelve Music Group.  They officially reunited for a tour in 2012 and performed in sold out shows.

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