Dougie Dee released the full-length Do Ya Wanna Ride?, with support from EPMD’s Erick Sermon, in 1993. The album was supported by two singles: “Do Ya Wanna Ride?” and “Ain’t No Sunshine.” ~ Andy Kellman, Rovi
Father MC was a popular African American rapper for the Uptown Records label in the early 1990s. Discovered and signed by then-Uptown executive Sean “Puffy” Combs, he is best known for introducing the public to Uptown’s successful R&B act Jodeci. Father MC straddled the line between hip-hop and new jack swing, which resulted in a number 20 hit, “I’ll Do 4 U,” from his debut album Father’s Day in 1990. Nearly two years after his debut, Father MC followed with “Close to You”. Its success was almost guaranteed by Father MC’s appearance on the CD Uptown MTV Unplugged.
One more rarity in lossless quality for the first time. Enjoy!
Nubian M.O.B. is the only album of a contemporary R&B group of the same name, which was released during 1992 on Cold Chillin’ Records. It was produced entirely by Daddy-O of the group Stetsasonic.
The trio called 3-Grand came around when kid rapper and R&B groups like Kris Kross, Another Bad Creation and many others started to surface. This was during the early 90’s, which was the “New Jack Swing” era!!! 3 Grand is a group of rappers/brothers. There names are J’mone Harris, Jerod Harris & Jevon Harris. If you like the New Jack Swing sound, this is for you.
Lance Romance, a Bronx, New York native, wrote and produced his first album “Stop And Listen” in 1987. In 1990 he released his second album “Born To Entertain”, which he once again wrote and produced. Lance released his third self-written an produced album “Fortune And Fame in 1991 on the Ichiban Records label.
24 years later, he released a self-written and produced EP entitled “Hip Hop Couture”. In March, 2015 he released his first true Hip Hop album in 24 years titled “Hip Hop 101” It was mixed and recorded at The Hit Factory in Miami, Florida.
Lance has written and produced over 500 songs, and has a 40 song Lance Romance Music/EMI Blackwood Music publishing catalog with Sony ATV Music publishing dating back to 1993.