| Michael Lamont Bivins|
Michael Bivins, Jr.
| New jack swing, R&B|
| August 10, 1968 (age 47) (1968-08-10) |
Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Bell Biv DeVoe (Since 1989), New Edition (Since 1978)
Ronnie DeVoe, Ricky Bell, Ralph Tresvant, Johnny Gill, Bobby Brown
Michael Bivins Wikipedia
Michael Lamont Bivins (born August 10, 1968) is an American singer and rapper, and a founding member of New Edition and Bell Biv DeVoe.
Bivins was born in Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
Michael Bivins is one of the founding members of New Edition. When the group broke up he formed Bell Biv DeVoe with Ricky Bell and Ronnie DeVoe. The group is credited with being one of the pioneers of the new jack swing sound. Their debut album, Poison, peaked at number five on the Billboard 200 chart in 1990.
He also discovers, manages, and produces for other acts, most notably Another Bad Creation, MC Brains, Boyz II Men, and 702, all of whom were signed to his Motown distributed label Biv 10 Records. He serves as the music entrepreneur and A&R man of both of his own acts. He also has the New Edition Movie that he produced.
Bivins' credits include a supporting role in the film Friday After Next, and voice-over as Philip 'PM' Michaels, the DJ of the pseudo-radio station CSR 103.9 in the hit video game Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. Most recently, he appeared in the basketball film Crossover as the character, Heart Attack. Bivins also manages Artist Development at Making the Band 4 and is CEO and founder of Sporty Rich Enterprises record label.
A judge on the Centric TV version of Showtime at the Apollo said of Apollo Live. which premiered Fall 2012 on Centric, that "Michael Bivins has really grown as an artist and entrepreneur since his debut as one of the heartthrobs of the R&B teen idols called New Edition."New Edition
Candy Girl (1983)
New Edition (1984)
All for Love (1985)
Under the Blue Moon (1986)
Heart Break (1988)
Home Again (1996)
One Love (2004)
Bell Biv DeVoe
Hootie Mack (1993)
Three Stripes (2017)
(2009) Fresh (Featuring Clipse & Lil' Kim)