Boyz N Girlz United was a pop group from the 2000s that consisted of two male members: Robbie Carrico (born on November 13, 1981) and Daniel Dix (born on May 11, 1980) & two female members: Criss Ruiz (born on April 15, 1979) and Rina Mayo (born on April 25, 1981).
In 1999, the group signed to Wire Records. During that same year, the group released their debut single “That’s What You Get.” It’s unknown how or if the single charted at all. On June 20, 2000, Boyz N Girlz United released their self-titled debut album. It’s unknown how or if the album charted. Their follow-up single “Messed Around” was a minor hit, but it’s unknown what position or what chart it made.
From 1999 to 2001, they opened up for Britney Spears’ “Baby One More Time” United States tour & her “Oops I Did It Again” European tour.
The group was also part of the “All That Music and More Festival” and headlined the “Generation WB Concert” at the Wichita River Festival in Wichita, Kansas along with Irish band Mytown.
The group later disbanded and in 2001, Robbie became a member of short-lived boy band trio B-Factor.
Robbie later auditioned for the seventh season of “American Idol.” While on the show, Simon Cowell questioned his authenticity as a rock singer.
Robbie managed to make it to the Top 24, but was eliminated in the Top 20 after 2 weeks.
These days, Robbie is still active as a solo artist.
In 2000, Criss appeared in the video “Magic Al and the Mind Factory.”
These days, she is a solo artist, searching for a record label & management. She also has her own page on reverbnation.com.
It’s unknown what Rina Mayo & Daniel Dix are up to these days & seemed to have faded into obscurity.
To see the music video for “Messed Around,” go to: