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When Cameo’s Larry Blackmon relocated to Atlanta within the ’80s, among the groupings he signed to his Atlanta Performers label was Ca$hflow. They combined funk, rap, and metropolitan modern stylings, and highlighted business lead vocalist Kary Hubbert, supported by drummer Gaylord Parson, keyboardist Adam Duffie, and keyboardist Regis Ferguson. Their debut LP, Ca$hflow, yielded one moderate strike, “Mine All Mine,” in 1986, which do respectably well internationally and in night clubs, but didn’t excite R&B enthusiasts. They released a follow-up LP, A LOT OF MONEY, in 1988.

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