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Album Review

The teenage R&B foursome known as Imajin have loads of talent between them, writing and arranging most of the tracks on their debut album and playing on quite a few of them. Though producers Ron "Amen-Ra" Lawrence and Deric "D-Dot" Angelettie (both are heavy Puff Daddy associates) put a sheen over the entire album, the individual talents in the group do shine on this assortment of R&B and light hip-hop songs. Though tracks like "Shorty (You Keep Playin' with My Mind" and "You're the Bomb" probably won't make much of an impression on listeners over the age of 20, Imajin make urban R&B much more enjoyable than any in the Backstreet Boys/'N Sync ilk.


Genre: R&B/Soul

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

Although it's easy to dismiss the contemporary R&B quartet Imajin as simply a "boy band" (just check out their debut album's cover), there's more than meets the eye to this group. In addition to writing and arranging most of their songs, the members even play the instruments on a few of them. Formed in the late '90s (drawing inspiration by such past outfits as Jackson 5, New Edition, Hi-Five, Immature, and Mint Condition), the group consists of members Jamal Hampton, Talib Kareem, Olamide Faison,...
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