Where Are They Now? Underrated Neo Soul/R&B Crooners We Loved Who Fell Off (But Shouldn’t Have)

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Montell Jordan

Go to a throwback ’90s party and you’ll soon notice that there’s no way to escape “This Is How We Do It.” But Montell Jordan has had more than just a few hits, because he also had our heads bobbin’ and feet two-stepping to tracks like “Somethin’ 4 Da Honeyz” and the later hit, “Get It On Tonite” in 1999. But after releasing a few more albums and having small bit parts in movies like The Nutty Professor and The Fighting Temptations, Jordan started focusing less on music and more on the Lord. At the end of 2010, the singer announced that he was going the Mase route, leaving his career behind to focus on the ministry, becoming a Worship Minister for a church in Atlanta. Since then, he has put together a gospel album, but don’t expect anymore “This Is How We Do It” type jams…

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