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Lo Key

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Years active  1991–1995
Past members  Lance Alexander
Labels  Perspective
Record label  Perspective Records
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Members  Andre "Dre" Shepard Darron "D" Story Tony "Prof-T" Tolbert Tyrone "T-Bone" Yarbrough
Origin  Kansas City, Missouri, United States (1991)
Albums  Chamiliatic, Lets Get Violent, Where Dey At?
Genres  Contemporary R&B, Hip hop music, New jack swing, Urban contemporary
Similar  KidCrusher, The Jokerr, GrewSum, Myzery, Buckshot

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Lo-Key? is an American hip hop/R&B band that formed in Kansas City, Missouri and Minneapolis, Minnesota. Their single, "I Got A Thang 4 Ya!" (1993), reached No. 4 on the Billboard Hot R&B Singles chart, and No. 27 on the Hot 100.

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History

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Lo-Key? formed in Kansas City, Missouri and Minneapolis, Minnesota, consisting of singer/trumpeter Darron "D" Story, singer/multi-instrumentalist Andre "Dre" Shepard, bassist Tyrone "T-Bone" Yarbrough, producer/keyboardist Lance Alexander and rapper/singer Tony "Prof-T" Tolbert. The group honed their skills around the Minneapolis club circuit, where Alexander and Tolbert became in-house producers for Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis' Flyte Tyme Productions. The group signed to Jam & Lewis' record label, Perspective Records, and released their debut album, Where Dey At?, on October 6, 1992. They had a hit with the single "I Got A Thang 4 Ya!" in 1992, which spent a week at No. 4 on the Billboard Hot R&B Singles chart, and reached No. 27 on the Hot 100. Arthur Jafa, director of photography for the independent film Daughters of the Dust (1991), directed the video for the single.

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Alexander and Tolbert also were hitmaking songwriters and producers in their own right. Among the hit songs they've produced for other artists were "Butta Love" by the group Next, "Love Makes No Sense" for Alexander O'Neal, "I Wish" for Shanice and "Strawberries" for Smooth. Tolbert continued to work with Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis, appearing as a songwriter and background vocalist on albums by Earth, Wind & Fire, Janet Jackson and Usher. Lance Alexander later went on to form his own label called Baby Honey Records during which time he teamed up with Minneapolis producer Christopher Starr and formed the group V.IP. which released the single entitled Lil Mama How Ya Do Dat featuring Juvenile.

Albums

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  • Where Dey At? (Perspective Records, 1992) No. 121 Billboard 200, No. 18 US R&B Chart
  • Back 2 Da House (Perspective Records, 1994) No. 64 US R&B Chart
  • Third studio album(TBA)
  • Singles

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  • "Kansas City" (1992)
  • "I Got a Thang 4 Ya!" (No. 27 Billboard Hot 100, No. 4 US R&B Singles, 1992)
  • "Hey There Pretty Lady" (No. 56 US R&B Singles, 1993)
  • "Sweet on U" (No. 91 Billboard Hot 100, No. 13 US R&B Singles, 1993)
  • Songs

    I Got a Thang 4 Ya!Where Dey At? · 1992
    Hey There Pretty LadyWhere Dey At? · 1992
    Chainsaw SymphonyLets Get Violent · 2013

    References

    Lo-Key? Wikipedia


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