Where Are They Now: ’90’s R&B Groups

November 14, 2012  |  
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Jumping on the scene in 1993, the R&B group hit platinum status with singles “Before I Let You Go,” and “Joy.”  But it wasn’t until “No Diggity,” with Dr. Dre, was released in 1996 that the group gained prominence in mainstream music, by winning a Grammy for the song.  But with great power comes great differences, and the group seemed to have a revolving door of group mates (maybe the former group mates didn’t like using two fingers to indicate “tonight” in the  “Don’t Leave Me” video, which bugged me… great song though).  The group disbanded in 1999.

But alas, they came back together in 2003 and released Level II.  They broke up while the members pursued individual projects… then got back together.  But it seems like it’s sticking now because a new record is set to be released in 2012.

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