Chicago vocal group Subway’s first single, “This Lil’ Video game We Play” with vocals simply by their Motown labelmates 702, was a million-seller. The group, Eric McNeal, Keith Thomas, Trerail Puckett, and Roy Jones, was agreed upon by Michael Bivins, previously of New Model and Bell Biv DeVoe, to his Motown-distributed label Biv 10. Their debut record was MEMORIES, whose cover artwork and title had been inspired with the same-named CBS-TV strike sitcom from the ’70s that highlighted a preteen, pre-stardom Janet Jackson in a few shows. Their debut one, which was created and compiled by Gerald Levert and Edwin Nicholas, was billed as “Subway offering 702,” proceeded to go gold, rendering it to number 4 R&B on Billboard’s graphs in past due 1994. Another Levert and Nicholas melody, “Fireplace,” visited amount 34 R&B in springtime 1995 while Gerald Levert’s vocals sprinkle “THIS ISN’T a Goodbye” from fall 1995.