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Virtue

A modern gospel version of En Vogue or SWV with the excess soul that their spiritual belief provides them, Virtue was shaped by Karima Kibble — the wife of Take 6’s Joey Kibble — and her sister Ebony Holland, Negelle Sumter, and Shavonne Sampson. After putting your signature on to …

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U.N.V.

John “J-Ski” Powe and his sibling Shawn was raised singing jointly in Lansing, MI. They added John “J.C.” Clay and Demetrius Peete (aka Peete) in senior high school and university; the quartet produced and begun to compose music and rehearse. Shifting to Detroit to record their modern R&B-based a cappella …

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Riff

Riff is among many ’90s vocal ensembles greatly influenced by common doo wop and R&B. This NJ pop/R&B quintet produced because the Playboys while still in senior high school, attaining prominence if they sung in Trim on Me. Changing their name to Riff, Kenny Kelly, Anthony Fuller, Dwayne Jones, Steven …

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Destiny’s Child

Destiny’s Kid rose to be probably one of the most popular woman R&B sets of the past due ’90s, ultimately rivaling even TLC with regards to blockbuster commercial achievement. Their accomplishments arrived regardless of many abrupt personnel adjustments, which were associated with warmed, well-publicized feuds within the media as well …

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LeToya

Area of the initial lineup from the superstar group Destiny’s Kid, LeToya Luckett, who also as a single artist thought we would pass her initial name only, didn’t just sit around after she and Latavia Roberson still left the group soon after the discharge of 1999’s The Writing’s within the …

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For Real

For True were a modern R&B vocal act who found its way to the wake of brand-new jack swing, although ballads and gradual jams that dominated their output were rooted even more in traditional spirit — and singers such as for example Deniece Williams and Anita Baker — than it …

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En Vogue

The feminine vocal quartet En Vogue was conceived and come up with by the creation group of Denzil Foster and Thomas McElroy, both former users of Golf club Nouveau. Foster and McElroy desired a vocal group who could exude sultriness and cleverness furthermore to vocal skills, and as makers, they …

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Exposé

Well-known for Latin-flavored dance-pop in addition to for adult modern ballads, the feminine vocal trio Exposé enjoyed significant amounts of industrial success within the ’80s and early ’90s. Exposé was the creation of Miami-based maker/songwriter Lewis A. Martineé, who put together the initial Exposé lineup in 1984. Although Exposé’s best-known …

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The Cover Girls

The Cover Young ladies, formed in 1986, was the project of songwriter/producer Andy “Panda” Tripoli and music promoter Sal Abbatiello. THE BRAND NEW York-based dance-pop group highlighted a revolving lineup of vocalists that started with Caroline Jackson, Louise “Angel” Sabater, and Sunlight Wright. The trio got off to some hot …

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Jade

Tonya Kelly was raised in Chicago hearing jazz vocalists such as for example Sarah Vaughan and Nat Cole. Joi Marshall can be through the Windy Town, but her parents elevated her on Motown, specifically Diana Ross. The 3rd person in Jade, Di Reed, was raised in Houston performing gospel anywhere …

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