The group met at a talent show & decided to sing together. They named themselves Force Five (after the R&B group Force MDs whom they idolized).
Faze re-recorded their debut album and renamed it “Love Games” which was released in 1991 where it peaked at #93 on Billboard’s R&B Albums chart.
After their time with RCA Records came to an end, Dave & Princeton left the group & the remaining members Edward, Robert & Wayne added their long-time friend George McKenzie to the group.
Robert, Edward & Wayne took unused recordings from the “Love Games” album to use for a new album “Cold Sweat Again,” but it was never released.
After that, Faze decided to take a break. Robert began writing & producing music for various artists.
Missing singing & performing, Robert talked to his good friend Steve “Static Major” Garrett and his longtime friend & associate Micheal Sterling.
In 2009, Faze released their third album “Unfinished Business” which is available for digital download.
These days, it’s unknown what the members of Faze are up to and it appears as if they have faded into obscurity.
To see the live music video of Faze performing “Cold Sweat,” go to:
To see a fan-made video for “When You Were Mine,” go to:
To see a fan-made video for “The Things You Do,” go to:
To see a fan-made video for “That’s What I’m Here For,” go to: