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Amina Budderfly From "Love & Hip Hop" New York

Amina Buddafly who was born and raised in Hamburg Germany started out with a group her and her 2 sisters formed in the early 90's and signed her first record deal at the age of 15. 
The group moved to New York in 2002 and has released music on labels such as Island Def Jam and J Records under the name "Black Buddafly" for the past 12 years. Amina, the former lead singer of the group, went indie and solo in 2010 and has now grown an enormous following being on VH1's hit TV show "Love and Hip Hop".

Amina is also an Author who wrote the book, "The Other Woman"
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Super Sexy R&B Group Dru Hill

Founded in 1992 as "14K Harmony," the group, discovered by manager Kevin Peck, evolved to become "Dru Hill" in 1996, engraving itself into the legacy of R&B music and bringing a dynamic sound to the ever-changing industry. Known for hits like "Tell Me," "In My Bed," "Never Make a Promise," and "How Deep Is Your Love," the group has given the world music for the ages. As the dynamic quartet gears up to celebrate their 20th Anniversary, it’s clear that they’ve just gotten started. In celebration of their journey thus far, the group has exciting surprises in store for its expanding fan base everywhere. Recording new material and continuously performing at sold-out venues around the globe, Dru Hill continues to solidify its legacy as one of the greatest groups of all time.
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R&B Heartthrob Ginuwine

Ginuwine, is an American singer, songwriter, dancer and actor. Signed to Epic Recordssince the mid-1990s, Ginuwine had released a number of multi-platinum and platinum-selling albums and singles, becoming one of R&B's top artists. Ginuwine began his career as a member of Swing Mob, a Rochester, New York-based record label and music compound founded byDonald "DeVante Swing" DeGrate, the leader of popular 90's R&B group Jodeci. There, he met rapper Melissa "Missy" Elliott, singer-songwriter Stephen "Static Major" Garrett and producer Timothy "Timbaland" Mosley, who became his main collaborators through the 1990s. After Swing Mob folded, they continued working together on different projects, one of which was Ginuwine's 1996 debut album, titled Ginuwine...The Bachelor. The first single, "Pony", written by Static Major, showcased his smooth vocals and Timbaland's innovative production style, and the two became a hit. It was used again in the video game Grand Theft Auto IV in 2008. In 2012, "Pony" was featured in a strip tease dance performed by Channing Tatum in the film Magic Mike. 
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Platinum Selling Hit Group "Troop"

Troop is an R&B group from Pasadena, California. The group has had five number one singles and ten top ten singles on the Billboard R&B Charts They have also completed five albums, which include three certified gold and one certified platinum album. TROOP is an acronym for "Total Respect Of Other People". The group is most notable for a series of number-one R&B hits, including two popular cover versions of songs such as "All I Do Is Think of You" and "Sweet November", originally performed by the musical acts, The Jackson 5 and The Deele respectively. They also had a number-one hit with the original song "Spread My Wings".The group began in the late 1980s after they won a televised (Puttin' on the Hits) talent contest that later drew interest from record labels. Troop, consisting of childhood friends Steve Russell, Allen McNeil,John Harreld, Rodney Benford, Reggie Warren and signed to Atlantic Records and released their debut single Mamacita from their self-titled album in 1988. 
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The Sexy Hit Group "Ready For The World

Ready for the World is an American R&B band from Flint, Michigan, that scored several pop, soul, and dance hits in the mid to late 1980s. They were founded by Melvin Riley and Gordon Strozier.The group originally consisted of frontman Melvin Riley, Gordon Strozier (lead guitar), Gregory Potts (keyboards), Willie Triplett (percussion/keyboards), John Eaton (bass guitar), and Gerald Valentine (drums). They had performed throughout Flint at high school talent shows and were discovered by WJLB Detroit Radio personality The Electrifying Mojo in 1982. They gained regional fame with their first release, "Tonight," in 1983. "Tonight" was an underground hit in Flint and Detroit which helped garner them national prominence shortly after their signing under the MCA label. Their best-known hit "Oh Sheila." In the US, this song went to #1 on the R&B, Pop Charts, and the Hot Dance Club Play charts that year, becoming the first ever single to hold the #1 spot on all threeof these charts simultaneously. 
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R&B Hit Super Group "Hi-Five

HI-FIVE released their first and self-titled album in 1990. The album went platinum and was produced by legendary producer Teddy Riley; it included such singles as "I Just Can't Handle It" (R&B #10), "I Can't Wait Another Minute" (Pop #8, R&B #1), and their biggest hit to date, "I Like the Way (The Kissing Game)", which went to number one on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 and the U.S. Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. The group was aggressively marketed by Jive and was part of the "new jack swing" sound that dominated much of the early to mid-1990s urban contemporary radio format.HI-FIVE enjoyed some mainstream success and were essentially similar in design to R&B counterparts such as H-Town, Shai, Public Announcement, and perhaps most notably, Boyz II Men. The group's single, "Too Young" was featured on John Singleton's Boyz n the Hood, the soundtrack from the movie.
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The Dynamic Singer Adina Howard

The 90’s produced not only one of the greatest decades of R&B music, but also some of the most memorable artists our generation has ever seen, including multi-platinum recording artist Adina Howard. Many believe that Howard is revered as one of the early pioneers of sexual expressionism for women of color. Her mega hits "Freak Like Me" and "T-shirt and Panties" were more than just chart-topping singles, they were anthems of liberation.

 This multi-dimensional songstress is currently touring the country, gearing up for a return to the studio where she will prepare for the release of her highly anticipated album.

She is a wife, mother and  Le Cordon Bleu trained chef. She has grown as a woman alongside her fans, pursuing interests like acting and public speaking.
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Jazz Legend Norman Connors

Norman Connors (born March 1, 1947)[1] is an American jazz drummer, composer, arranger, and producer who has led some influential jazz and R&B groups. He also achieved several big R&B hits of the day, especially with love ballads. He is possibly best known for the 1976 hit, "You Are My Starship" on which lead vocals were sung by Michael Henderson.
Norman was exposed to jazz extensively and became heavily influenced by the drummer Lex Humphries and the younger brother of bassist and Jazz-Messenger player, Spanky De Brest. He first met his idol, Miles Davis, aged just 13 in 1960.
He once sat in for Elvin Jones at a John Coltrane performance he attended while in middle school. Connors studied music at Temple University and Juilliard. His first recording was on Archie Shepp's 1967 release, Magic of JuJu. He played with Pharoah Sanders for the next few years until signing in 1972 with jazz label, Cobblestone Records, a division of Buddah Records, and releasing his first record as a bandleader.

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R&B Divas Star Michel'le

Michel'le is best-known for her smash hit "No More Lies," favored a very hip-hop-minded approach to R&B, and that isn't the least bit surprising when you take into consideration the company that she kept. Her manager was music industry veteran Jerry Heller, who was also managing N.W.A. back then.
The singer was ahead of her time. Before Mary J. Blige was exalted as the "Queen of Hip-Hop Soul" -- and before the rise of Faith Evans and Lauryn Hill -- Michel'le was a young neo-soulstress who had strong ties to the hip-hop world. It was in 1989 that Michel'le signed with Eazy-E's Ruthless Records, which was the home of N.W.A. as well as Dallas native the D.O.C. and the female pop-rap group J.J. Fad (of "Supersonic" fame). Ruthless was distributed by different labels, depending on the artist. N.W.A. (one of the most important and influential groups in the history of gangsta rap) went through Priority, while the D.O.C., J.J. Fad, and Michel'le were signed to Ruthless/Atlantic. Although Ruthless was primarily a rap label, Dre and Eazy wanted to branch out into urban contemporary singing; and Michel'le, although quite hip-hop-influenced, was very much an urban contemporary singer.
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The East Coast Inspirational Singers

The singers specialize in Gospel, R&B/Jazz, Wedding Band Presentations, Top 40 and Adult Contemporary Music. Localizing a network of 30 voices from on and off Broadway productions frombombshell shows such as, “Dreamgirls,” “Smokey Joe's Café,” “Aint Misbehaving,” “Black Nativity”, "Beehive", “The Wiz,” “RENT,” “Jesus Christ Superstar,” “Hair”, Showboat" and “Mama, I Want to Sing” – and you better believe that they sing – to laying powerful Top 40's Pop sounds with renowned artists such as, Josh Groban, Celine Dion, Alicia Keys, Mariah Carey, John Mayer, Patti LaBelle, Jennifer Hudson and mega producer, David Foster, to just name a few, this ensemble has done it all. The Singers are not limited to what they can do. If you have a wedding, choir workshops/clinics, community festivals, corporate or private event or even want solo artists, they can do it. They are a dynamic group that will not disappoint.
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The Floaters started as a quartet in the early 70s with members Larry Cunningham, Charles Clark, Robert Palmer and Paul Mitchell, and became a very popular club act in Detroit.  Wooed by another local group with a small label contract, Palmer left and was replaced by Ralph Mitchell, who was with the group when they were subsequently discovered and signed by ABC Records executive Otis Smith.
The group's self-titled debut album hit the stores with virtually no fanfare, but a young New York disc-jockey threw the single "Float On," with its memorable bass line, on the air during a break and the phone lines lit up. 
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