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Album Review

Conveniently front-loaded with the group's four most popular hits — "Too Close," "I Still Love You," "Butta Love," and "Wifey" — Next's surprising but helpful addition to the Platinum & Gold Collection series renders each of their three studio albums unnecessary. Though this only has three albums to cull from, the group was always more singles-oriented than album-oriented, so the fact that this disc exists makes plenty of sense. Amid the other male R&B groups that took in heavy hip-hop influences and got unapologetically raunchy in the process, Next hardly made the biggest of splashes, but the fact that a dozen of their tracks can be put together without cheating the consumer is commendable.

Biography

Formed: 1992 in Minneapolis, MN

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Featuring R.L. Huggar and brothers Terry "T-Low" Brown and Raphael "Tweet" Brown, contemporary R&B trio Next formed in Minneapolis, Minnesota after they were introduced by the Brown's uncle, a gospel choir director. Formed in 1992, they were first known as Straight4ward, and at one point were managed by Sounds of Blackness' Ann Nesby. Naughty by Nature's KayGee, however, took the group to his Arista-affiliated Divine Mill label. In September 1997, Next's debut single, the R. Kelly-like slow jam...
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