N-Toon was an R&B boy band from Atlanta, Georgia. The members consisted of Lloyd Polite (born Lloyd Polite Jr. on January 3, 1986 in New Orleans, Louisiana), his younger brother Chuckie D. Reynolds, Justin Clark & Everett Hall.
The group was created by Joyce Irby (a former member of the band Klymaxx) in 1996. She searched through the phone books in Atlanta & discovered Everett, Justin & Lloyd at the Wings of Faith Ministries in the city. Chuckie joined the group later on.
In 1999, the group released their debut single “Shoulda Been My Girl” on DreamWorks Records which didn’t appear to make the charts at all.
Their follow-up single “Ready” peaked at #64 on Billboard’s Hot R&B Singles & Tracks chart, staying on the chart for 15 weeks.
On March 21, 2000, N-Toon released their only album “Toon Time.” It’s unknown how or if the album made the charts at all. The album was recorded between 1997 and 1999. It also featured producers such as Dallas Austin & Christopher “Tricky” Stewart.
N-Toon appeared on Radio Disney’s “Peanut Butter n’ Jam Summer Concert in the Park” series.
During that same year, their record label crossed over into Geffen Records & many artists (including N-Toon) on the roster were let go. By 2001, N-Toon disbanded.
These days, Lloyd has a solo music career.
Everett is the co-founder at Extra Terrestrial Graphics in South Carolina and works at SoundWalk Music Group, LLC. He has traveled the world as a singer, songwriter, worship leader & conference speaker.
It appears that Justin continues to sing. It’s unknown what Chuckie is up to these days.
To see the music video for “Ready,” go to:
To see a video for “Shoulda Been My Girl,” go to: