The duo Koffee Dark brown had main success making use of their debut solitary, “Following Party,” a soft jazzy dance track that started climbing the charts in Dec 2000 and was included on the Arista debut album, Mars/Venus. Filling up a man/female-singing duo void of that time period, Koffee Brown had been easily embraced. Vocalist/songwriters Fonz and Vee had been teamed together in the recommendation of J Information head/industry veterinarian/previous Arista mind Clive Davis. Next member Kay Gee shaped his personal Divine Mill Information, whose roster included Jaheim and Allstar, the second option of whom created “After Party” and co-produced (with Teddy Riley) Joe’s R&B/pop chart-topper “Stutter.” R.L. of Next recommended Fonz keep his local Mississippi to come quickly to Minnesota and audition for Kay Gee. East Orange, New Jersey-born Vee was a vintage community friend of Kay Gee and got toured like a background vocalist with Mary J. Blige and Trust Evans. Sometimes ridiculous, scathing, sexy, and lovely, Mars/Venus, the duo’s lone recording, was an enticing debut. Because of the TOP R&B achievement of “After Party,” the recording peaked at quantity 32 for the Billboard 200. The duo consequently split.
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