Where Are They Now: ’90’s R&B Groups

November 14, 2012  |  
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In 1994 when Biggie released “Juicy,” who would have known that the New Jersey trio, Total, would take the R&B world by storm.  Almost all of their singles “Can’t You See,” “No One Else,” “Kissing You,” and “Trippin‘” reached platinum status.  The grouped stayed together until 2001 and quietly broke up.

During the break up, member Keisha Spivey married Omar Epps and they have 3 children.  Kima did vocals on her sister’s, Vita’s, rap EP, and Pamela has stayed active in the black social scene, by continuing to release her own music and going to prominent events.  Though Pamela’s solo grind has been effective, on her twitter account she announced that the group was heading back in the studio that year and for everyone to expect some new Total music soon. *smiley face*

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