Category: 2000s


Dana Dawson

dana-dawsonDana Dawson (born on August 7, 1974 in Jamaica, Queens, New York) was a singer\actress who first made her acting debut when she was 7 years old in a national tour of the musical “Annie.”
ready-to-follow-youIn 1988, then-14-year-old Dana released her first single “Ready to Follow You” which managed to peak at #15 on the SNEP charts in France and also managed to chart in Belgium as well.
pnymeIn 1991, she released her debut album “Paris New York And Me” on Columbia Records. It’s unknown how or if the album charted at all, but it was certified Gold in France.

The first single from the album “Romantic World” peaked at #4 on the SNEP charts in France and also in Belgium & Sweden as well. The follow-up single “Tell Me Bonita” also peaked at #4 on the SNEP charts in France.


The third single released from Dana’s debut album “Open Hearts” peaked at #24 on the SNEP charts in France. The last single from the album “Moving On” failed to chart at all.

Despite gaining success in France, Dana took a two-year break starting in 1993 to give her career more international impact. She later signed a record deal with EMI Records in the United Kingdom.
black-butterflyIn 1995, she released her sophomore (and last album to date) “Black Butterfly” which also didn’t appear to make the album charts at all.
3-is-familyThe first single from the album “3 is Family” peaked at #9 on the U.K. Singles chart and #59 on the music charts in Germany.

The second single released from the album “Got to Give Me Love” peaked at #27 on the U.K. Singles chart and the third single “Show Me” peaked at #28 on the U.K. Singles.
how-i-wanna-be-lovedThe last single released from Dana’s sophomore album “How I Wanna Be Loved” peaked at #42 on the U.K. Singles chart. The song was included on a U.K. re-issue of the “Black Butterfly” album.

In 1997, Dana collaborated on the Dolce & Gabbana single “More, More, More” (a cover version of the Andrea True Connection’s one-hit wonder song from the ’70s). She later went on to become an understudy in the national tour of “Rent” in the role of Mimi in 2000 and joined the show’s Broadway cast a year later in 2001.
nice-lifeDuring that same year, Dana released the single “Nice Life” which was only released in France, but didn’t chart. The song was featured in an episode of the Disney Channel series “Lizzie McGuire” and on the show’s soundtrack.

From October 2003 to August of 2004, Dana was featured in the Broadway production of “Little House of Horrors”. On July 7, 2007, she married New York jazz musician Jason Curry.

Sadly on August 10, 2010, Dana passed away from colon cancer at the age of 36 after battling the disease for just 10 months. She was a talented young singer and will never be forgotten.

To see a fan-made video for “Ready to Follow You,” go to:

To see the music video for “Romantic World,” go to:

To see the music video for “Tell Me Bonita,” go to:

To see the music video for “Open Hearts,” go to:

To see a fan-made video for “Moving On,” go to:

To see the music video for “3 is Family,” go to:

To see the music video for “Got to Give Me Love,” go to:

To see the music video for “Show Me,” go to:

To see the music video for “How I Wanna Be Loved,” go to:

To see a fan-made video for “More, More, More,” go to:

To see a fan-made video for “Nice Life,” go to:

Hear’Say

hearsayHear’Say were a British pop group created through the U.K. version of the reality TV series “Popstars.”

The group originally consisted of Danny Foster (born on May 3, 1979 in Hackney, England), Myleene Klass (born Myleene Angela Klass on April 6, 1978 in Gorleston, Norfolk, England), Kim Marsh (born Kimberley Gail Marsh on June 13, 1976 in Whiston, Merseyside, England), Suzanne Shaw (born Suzanne Christine Crowshaw on September 29, 1981 in Bury, Greater Manchester, England) and Noel Sullivan (born on July 28, 1980 in Cardiff, Wales in the United Kingdom).
pure-simpleIn March of 2001, they released their debut single “Pure and Simple” which topped the U.K. Singles chart for 3 weeks, selling 550,000 copies and becoming the fastest-selling debut single at the time.
popstarsDuring that same month, Hear’Say’s debut album “Popstars” which topped the U.K. Albums chart, selling 306,631 copies during its first week and broke the record for the fastest-selling debut album in U.K. chart history at the time.

Despite that, the album received generally negative reviews from critics, pointing out the artificiality and genericness of both the group and the music.
way-to-your-loveIn June of 2001, the group released their follow-up single “The Way to Your Love” which became their second number-one single, topping the chart for a week and selling 75,514 copies.

Hear’Say was later invited to perform at the 80th birthday celebrations of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh and appeared on the ITV television show “Hear’Say It’s Saturday” which featured performances, sketches and celebrity guests. After that, they had a mini-series called “Meet the Popstars” which was intended to allow the public to get to know the group away from the talent show format.

In August of 2001, Hear’Say toured in the United Kingdom and they initially announced five more dates which quickly sold out and caused them to schedule 30 more dates, but they struggled to sell out, leaving hundreds of tickets unsold. They also released a live DVD.
everybodyWhile on tour, Hear’Say recorded their second album “Everybody” which was released in November of 2001 and peaked at #24 on the U.K. Albums chart. The title song managed to peak at #4 on the U.K. Singles chart.

Despite the album’s somewhat moderate success, it was certified Gold by the BPI a decade after it was released.

Later on, tabloids began reporting that Kym Marsh (who gained attention because of her relationship with former “EastEnders” actor Jack Ryder) left Hear’Say due to feuds with Myleene Klass, but a representative for the group denied those reports. In January of 2002, Kym announced that she was leaving the group and later revealed that she often fought with Myleene and Noel Sullivan.

Auditions were held to find a replacement for Kym Marsh and Johnny Shentall (born on September 3, 1978 from the United Kingdom & the husband of singer Lisa Scott-Lee) joined the group in February of 2002, but there was controversy when it was discovered that Johnny was a member of a short-lived pop music group called Boom! and was a back-up dancer for Hear’Say.

In March of 2002, Hear’Say cancelled their planned arena tour (which was to promote their sophomore album) to allow Johnny time to settle into the group. The group began recording their third album and during the summer of 2002, when they toured the U.K. radio roadshows circuit, they were constantly booed & abused by the public.

During Hear’Say’s tour, their vehicle was threatened by an apparently armed man at a motorway service on the M1 motorway in Leicestershire. Even though the man claimed it was a prank, he was later arrested for his actions.
loving-is-easyIn August of 2002, the group released their only single featuring Johnny Shentall called “Lovin’ is Easy” which peaked at #6 on the U.K. Singles chart, making it their lowest-charting single to date.

Media reports speculated that the group’s record label, Polydor Records wanted it to at least reach the U.K. Top 5 and it was believed that Hear’Say would be dropped from the label even though there was no official word about it.

In October of 2002, Hear’Say disbanded, citing “abuse from the public” as the main reason for it, but they also admitted that they were a fad that had passed & their popularity was overshadowed by another “Popstars” music act called Liberty X.

Since then, the former members of Hear’Say have continued to be active in the entertainment business.

Myleene Klass went on to pursue a solo career and released a classical music album called “Moving On” in 2003. She has also worked as a presenter & co-host for shows such as “CD:UK,” the U.S. version of “I’m a Celebrity…. Get Me Out of Here”, “Popstar to Operastar”, “Escape from Scorpion Island”, “Last Choir Standing” and was also part of the quiz panel for the BBC’s “The National Lottery People’s Quiz.”

She was also a co-host of BBC One’s “The One Show” before quitting in August of 2007 to give birth to a daughter named Ava. Myleene has also worked with various charities and is an ambassador for the National Foundation for Youth Music (which is a children’s music charity).

In 2003, Kym Marsh released a solo album called “Standing Tall” and had three Top 40 hits in the U.K. with the songs “Cry,” “Come Over” and “Sentimental.”

She later went on to be a guest presenter on the show “Loose Women” and appeared on the show “Making Your Mind Up” (which was devised to pick a singer & song for the Eurovision Song Contest), but didn’t win. She also participated in the first series of “Popstar to Operastar”, but was later eliminated from the competition.

Since 2006, Kym is appearing in the U.K. soap opera “Coronation Street” in the role of Michelle Connor and won the award for “Best Newcomer” at the 2007 British Soap Awards. She married Jack Ryder in 2002, but they separated in 2008.

In 2012, Kym married her boyfriend, Jamie Lomas, but they divorced in 2014. She also has four children: son David (born in April of 1995), daughter Emily (born in January of 1998), a son Archie (who was born in February of 2009, but passed away due to complications from his premature birth) and daughter Polly (born in March of 2011).

Kym also appears to be on good terms with her former bandmates Noel Sullivan and Myleene Klass.

Suzanne Shaw went on to have a successful career as a singer and a stage actress, appearing in plays such as “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat,” “The Rocky Horror Picture Show”, “Chicago” and “White Christmas”).

She also appeared on the U.K. soap opera “Emmerdale” in the role of Eve Birch from 2010 to 2011 and also competed on the ITV series “Dancing on Ice.”

Suzanne also had a high-profile relationship with singer\actor Darren Day and they had a son named Corey in 2004, but they have since separated. In 2009, she married her long-term boyfriend, Jason King (who is one-half of presenting duo JK and Joel) and in 2015, she gave birth to her second son named Rafferty.

Noel Sullivan is also a stage performer, appearing in shows & musicals such as such as the West End musical “Love Shack”, “What a Feeling”, “Grease” and “Footloose.” He is currently portraying the role of Freddy in the 2015-16 UK tour of “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels.”

Since Hear’Say disbanded, Danny Foster kept a low profile, but these days, he performs as part of his own live act called “Danny Foster & The Big Soul Corporation”.

As for Johnny Shentall, he appared on MTV’s “Totally” with his wife, Lisa Scott-Lee, whom he married in 2004 and they have two children: son Jaden (born in February of 2008) and daughter Lily (born in September of 2009). He has also appeared in musicals such as “Starlight Exprsss” and appeared on the ITV2 show “CelebAir” with his wife, finishing in 6th & 7th place.

To see the music video for “Pure and Simple,” go to:

To see the music video for “The Way to Your Love,” go to:

To see the music video for “Everybody,” go to:

To see a fan-made video for “Lovin’ Is Easy,” go to:

velvet-empireVelvet Empire was a Canadian pop music group formed through the second season of the Canadian version of “Popstars” that consisted of members Alex Price (born on February 14, 1980 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada), Justin Humes (born on December 23, 1979 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada), Janelle Belgrave (born on May 20, 1983), Lacey Block (born on April 30, 1983) and Ryan Hamilton (born on October 3, 1982).

All the members of the group have had backgrounds in music or performing arts prior to “Popstars.”
mi0000458332In 2002, they released their only self-titled album which debuted at #6 on the Canadian Albums chart and was certified Gold.
r-1606613-1231756605The lead single from the album “Frontin’ on Me” didn’t appear to make any music charts, but it received heavy rotation on CHR radio across Canada. Even though the group was nominated for “Best New Group” at the Canadian Radio Music Awards, Velvet Empire later disbanded after their contracts expired.

These days, Alex Price has been working on her own solo music career and as a songwriter, she has shopped songs to other artists, television and film productions.

In 2006, Justin Humes appeared on rapper Manafest’s song “Don’t Turn Away”, but it’s currently unknown what he’s up to these days.

In 2003, Janelle Belgrave began working on a solo career, but it’s unknown if she’s still active with it these days.

It’s unknown what Ryan Hamilton and Lacey Block are up to these days and it appears as if they have faded into obscurity.

To see the music video for “Frontin’ On Me,” go to:

sugar-jonesSugar Jones was a Canadian pop girl group that was created on the first season of the Canadian version of the reality TV series “Pop Stars”. The group consisted of members Andrea Henry, Sahara MacDonald, Maiko Watson, Julie Crochetière and Mirella Dell’Aquila.
r-487853-1121973253In June of 2001, the group released their self-titled debut album which peaked at #2 on the Canadian Albums chart.
r-3143256-1317757826The lead single from the album “Days Like That” topped the Canadian Singles chart for 6 weeks, making it their only hit song to date.

The follow-up single “How Much Longer” failed to make any impact on the charts and after member Maiko Watson left the group to be with her husband, singer Remy Shand, Sugar Jones disbanded.

These days, Julie Crochetière has a solo career as a jazz singer\pianist.

Maiko Watson (who is now divorced from Remy Shand) released a solo album in 2009 called “Sweet Vibration” and appears to still be active with her music career these days.

Sahara MacDonald was also working on a solo career herself and became a part of the musical “We Will Rock You.” It’s unknown if she is still active with her music career these days.

Andrea Henry signed with Entyse Entertainment in 2008 and began performing her live musical band, Crystal Soul.

As for Mirella Dell’Aquila, she is married, working as a receptionist at a private high school in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, seemingly retired from the music business.

To see the music video for “Days Like That,” go to:

To see the music video for “How Much Longer,” go to:

Brit & Alex

brit-alexBrit & Alex (born Brittany and Alex Smith on September 21, 1985 in Wilton, Connecticut) were a female pop music trio from the 2000s.

As children, the Smith twins appeared on the soap opera “One Life to Live”. They later moved to London where they became known for their appearance in advertisements for John Frieda’s Sheer Blonde hair products as teenagers. The girls would later sign a record deal with Interscope Records.
brit-alex-%e2%80%8e-let-it-goIn 2008, Brit & Alex released their debut single “Let It Go” (which was featured on the soundtrack to the film “Step Up 2: The Streets”) which managed to peak at #75 on the U.K. Singles chart.

Even though the duo’s debut album was scheduled for release in 2009, it appeared to have been shelved. During that same year, they disbanded due to Alex’s decision to attend college.
600x600Meanwhile, Brit decided to pursue a solo career under the name “Matisse” and in 2010, she released her first single “Better Than Her.” It’s unknown how or if the single charted at all.
brit-smith-400x400In 2013, Brit released a new single called “Provocative.” These days, it’s unknown if she is still active with her music career. As for Alex, it’s unknown what she’s up to these days.

To see the music video for “Let it Go,” go to:

To see the music video for Brit’s song “Provocative,” go to:

To see a fan-made video for “Better Than Her,” go to:

Javine

javineJavine (born Javine Dionne Hylton on December 27, 1981 in Kensington, London, England) is a female R&B singer who began her music career in the 2000s and is well-noted for representing the United Kingdom at the 2005 Eurovision Song Contest.

Javine grew up in Ladbroke Grove in London and for two years, she portrayed the role of Nala in a production of “The Lion King” in London’s West End.

After that, she auditioned for ITV’s reality television show “Popstars: The Rivals” (where young singers sought to be picked to be in a new music group) and made it to the last 6 contestants, but didn’t make the group (which would later be called Girls Aloud). After her time on “Popstars,” she began pursuing a solo music career.
real-thingsIn the summer of 2003, Javine released her debut single “Real Things” which peaked at #4 on the U.K. Singles chart, becoming her biggest hit song to date.
surrender-your-loveHer follow-up single “Surrender (Your Love)” peaked at #15 on the U.K. Singles chart. In late 2003, she was the opening act for rapper Nelly on the U.K. leg of his international tour.

During that same year, Javine was featured on musician Richard X’s album “Richard X Presents His X-Factor Vol. 1.” on the track “You Used To” which was supposed to be released as a single, but it was cancelled for unknown reasons.
surrender-albumIn June of 2004, she released her debut and only album to date “Surrender” which peaked at #73 on the U.K. Albums chart.
dont-walk-awayThe third single which was a cover version of R&B group Jade’s song “Don’t Walk Away” peaked at #16 on the U.K. Singles chart. The a-side (which was a cover version of Carole King’s song “You’ve Got a Friend”) was featured in the film “Garfield: The Movie”.

Despite the moderate success of Javine’s debut album and her singles, she was dropped from her record label, Innocent / Virgin Records in late 2004. During that same year, Javine was the face of Dasani water, but was dropped after the product was withdrawn from the U.K. market due to bad publicity.
touch-my-fireIn March of 2005, Javine represented the United Kingdom in the Eurovision Song Contest, performing the song “Touch My Fire” which managed to peak at #18 on the U.K. Singles chart. In the end, she finished 22nd in the competition. She also appeared on television programs such as “Never Mind the Buzzcocks,” “The Games”, “The Underdog Show” and “Celebrity Come Dine With Me.”

In 2012, Javine was supposed to appeared in a U.K. touring production of “Disco Inferno”, but it ended up being cancelled. During that same year, she was a contestant on “Celebrity Masterchef”, but was eliminated from the competition.

In October of 2013, Javine teamed up with deejays WAWA and M.A.R.K. to release the track “Never” which has received widespread acclaim and positive feedback from critics.

These days, Javine appears to still be active with her music career, but is mainly focused on working as a personal trainer and working on her fitness brand, Javine Total Fitness.

To follow Javine on Twitter, go to:

To see the music video for “Real Things,” go to:
http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x2ie8gs

To see the music video for “Surrender (Your Love),” go to:

To see a fan-made video for “Don’t Walk Away,” go to:

To see a fan-made video for “Touch My Fire,” go to:

To see a fan-made video for “Never,” go to:

Fierce

fierceFierce was a female British R&B trio from London, England whose members consisted of Chantal Alleyne, Aisha Peters and Sabrina Weathers.
right-here-right-nowIn 1999, they released their debut (and only) album “Right Here Right Now” which peaked at #27 on the UK Albums chart.
right-here-right-now-singleThe title song peaked at #25 on the U.K. Singles chart, making it their first appearance on the chart.
dayz-like-thatThe second single from the album “Days Like That” fared better on the charts, peaked at #11 on the U.K. Singles chart.
so-longThe third single from the album “So Long” managed to peak at #15 on the U.K. Singles chart.
fierce-sweet-loveThe last single released from the album, a cover version of Anita Baker’s 1986 hit song “Sweet Love” titled “Sweet Love 2K” peaked at #3 on the U.K. Singles chart, making it Fierce’s highest chart appearance and biggest hit to date.

By 2000, Fierce had disbanded. Since then, Aisha Peters has gone on to pursue a solo music career. In 2011, she released a song called “I Wanna Love You” on CDBaby. She also works as a vocal coach in London.

As for Chantal Alleyne and Sabrina Weathers, it’s unknown what they are up to these days and it appears as if they have faded into obscurity.

To see the music video for “Right Here Right Now,” go to:

To see the music video for “Dayz Like That,” go to:

To see the music video for “So Long,” go to:

To see the music video for “Sweet Love 2K,” go to:

11:30

1130
11:30 was a female dance-pop duo from Montreal, Quebec, Canada that consisted of twin sisters Toni & Trish Sherwood (born on November 30, 1980). Their stage name referred to their birthdate: November 30th.

The twins’ father is Dorian Sherwood, who is known for his on-stage vocal work & was featured on recordings for artists such as Celine Dion, Robert Palmer, Corey Hart and Lara Fabian.
ole-ole-singleIn 2000, 11:30 released their debut single “Olé Olé” (which was written & produced by the girls’ father) which peaked at #10 on the Canadian Singles chart, making it their only chart appearance to date.
ole-ole-albumDuring that same year, they released their debut (and only) album “Olé Olé.” It’s unknown how or if the album charted at all.

After that, it seemed as 11:30 faded into obscurity. It’s unknown what the Sherwood sisters are up to these days.

To see the music video for “Olé Olé,” go to:

Huckapoo

huckapooHuckapoo was a female teen pop music group from the 2000s that consisted of members Brittany Lahm, Jordan Price, Brooke Mori, Brittney Segal and Lindsay Nyman. The group was formed in 2003 by Brian Lukow (who formed boy band Dream Street) after auditioning hundreds of girls.

The members of the group each portrayed a character from a different social group typically found on any high school campus: Brittany Lahm was Twiggy Stardom (a preppy cheerleader), Jordan was Groovy Tuesday (a flower child hippie), Brooke was P.J. Bardot (a hip-hop princess), Brittney Segal was Angel Sparks (a biker) and Lindsay was Joey Thunders (a punk).

Even though Huckapoo never released an album, their music was featured on various Disney albums.
pixel-perfectIn 2004, their song “Perfectly” was featured on the soundtrack to the Disney Channel Original Movie “Pixel Perfect.”

During that same year, they were featured on the soundtrack to the Disney Channel television show “That’s So Raven” with the track “Where You Belong” and on the Radio Disney Christmas compliation album “Jingle Jams” with the track “Wild Christmas.”

The group also opened for pop singer Aaron Carter at a concert in Staten Island, New York in June of that same year. They also released a music video for their song “Crash the Party.” In April of 2006, Brittney Segal left the group.

In 2008, Huckapoo’s music was featured in the film “Spy School” along with a cover version of the Village People’s song “Macho Man.” By that year, it appeared as if the group had disbanded.

These days, Brooke Nyman is active as an actress, appearing in the stage production “Yesterday.” She has also toured with the Jonas Brothers, danced with the Eglvesky Ballet Company and is also a certified Pilates instructor.

As for the other members of Huckapoo, it’s unknown what they are up to these days and it appears as if they have faded into obscurity.

To see a fan-made video for “Perfectly,” go to:

To see the music video for “Crash the Party,” go to:

To see a fan-made video for “Where You Belong,” go to:

Domino

dominoDomino (born Shawn Antoine Ivy in 1972 in St. Louis, Missouri) is a male hip-hop rapper who first gained success on the music charts in the 1990s. In the early ’90s, he was a member of gangsta rap group Blood & Crips.
getto-jamIn 1993, Domino released his debut single “Getto Jam” which peaked at #7 on the Billboard Hot 100, #4 on Billboard’s Hot R&B Singles chart (staying on the chart for 20 weeks) and topped Billboard’s Hot Rap Singles chart. It also charted at #4 on Billboard’s Rhythmic Top 40 chart and topped Billboard’s Hot Dance Music\Maxi-Singles Sales chart. The song sold over 500,000 copies and was certified Gold by the RIAA on January 5, 1994.
domino-93In December of that same year, he released his self-titled debut album which peaked at #39 on the Billboard 200 and #10 on Billboard’s R&B\Hip-Hop Albums chart. In March of 1994, it was certified Gold by the RIAA.

Although his debut album was well-received by critics, it was believed that Domino had stolen rapper Snoop Dogg (who was called Snoop Doggy Dogg back then) style.
sweet-potatoe-pieThe follow-up single from the album “Sweet Potatoe Pie” peaked at #27 on the Billboard Hot 100, #3 on Billboard’s Hot Rap Singles chart, #12 on Billboard’s Rhythmic Top 40 chart, #2 on Billboard’s Hot Dance Music\Maxi-Singles Sales chart and #13 on Billboard’s Hot R&B Singles chart, staying on the chart for 20 weeks.

Two more singles from the album “Money is Everything” and “Long Beach Thang” were released, but didn’t make the charts.
tales-from-hoodIn 1995, Domino was featured on the soundtrack to the film “Tales From the Hood” with the title track which managed to peak at #8 on Billboard’s Hot Rap Singles chart and #51 on Billboard’s Hot R&B Singles chart, staying on the chart for 10 weeks.
physical-funk-albumA year later in June of 1996, Domino released his sophomore album “Physical Funk” which peaked at #152 on the Billboard 200 and #34 on Billboard’s R&B\Hip-Hop Albums chart. By the time his next album was released, Domino’s popularity began to wane.
physical-funk-singleThe title song peaked at #87 on the Billboard Hot 100 (becoming Domino’s last chart appearance on the Hot 100 to date), #11 on Billboard’s Hot Rap Singles chart, #16 on Billboard’s Hot Dance Music\Maxi-Singles Sales chart and #46 on Billboard’s Hot R&B Singles chart, staying on the chart for 14 weeks.
so-flyThe second single released from the album “So Fly” peaked at #17 on Billboard’s Hot Rap Singles chart and #64 on Billboard’s Hot R&B Singles chart, staying on the chart for 9 weeks.

In 1997, Domino released two albums “The World of Dominology” and “Domino’s in the House”, but neither album appeared to gain a lot of attention or made the Billboard charts at all.
remember-meIn 1999, he released his fifth album “Remember Me” which also didn’t appear to generate a lot of success either.
d-freaked-itIn 2001, Domino released his sixth album “D-Freaked It” which missed the Billboard 200, but peaked at #95 on Billboard’s R&B\Hip-Hop Albums chart.
like-thatThe only single from the album to chart was “Like That” which managed to peak at #112 on Billboard’s Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart and #88 on Billboard’s Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks chart, staying on the chart for only 6 weeks.
dominationAfter that, not much was heard from Domino until 2004 when he released his seventh album “Domination” which flopped, failing to make any impact on the charts at all.
get-it-rightThese days, it appears as if Domino is still active in the music business. He released his latest album “Get It Right” in 2014.

To see the music video for “Getto Jam,” go to:

To see the music video for “Sweet Potatoe Pie,” go to:

To see the music video for “Money is Everything,” go to:

To see the music video for “Long Beach Thang,” go to:

To see the music video for “Tales From the Hood,” go to:

To see the music video for “Physical Funk,” go to:

To see the music video for “So Fly,” go to:

To see a fan-made video for “Like That,” go to: