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Bob and quickly signed by Puff Daddy, who was hitting his commercial stride. 112's self-titled debut album was a smash, went platinum on the strength of three big singles, and led to multiple world tours. The follow-up wasn't as much of a hit, but 112 took a few years off and came back hard on Part III: arguably its best full-length to date. Diddy plays the background and lets the fellas really do their thing, while the only feature comes from Twista on the Midwestern-ish "Don't Hate Me." Throughout, the production is spot-on: a near-perfect blend of hyper-slick love jams and hip-hop–inspired joints (especially on "112 Intro," which mixes Biggie and The Beastie Boys, plus the Mobb Deep–influenced "It's Over Now"). Other standouts include the lead single "Peaches and Cream" and the R. Kelly–produced breakup joint "Do What You Gotta Do."

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Formed: Atlanta, GA

Genre: R&B/Soul

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

Equally rooted in gospel, soul, and hip-hop, 112 were the first and most successful urban vocal group to emerge from Sean "Puffy" Combs' Bad Boy Records roster. Not only was the group's eponymous 1996 debut popular, but the group could be heard on records by such Bad Boy artists as Mase and the Notorious B.I.G. Unlike most artists on Bad Boy, 112's image was clean, pure, and wholesome (initially, at least), which helped the group cross over to a more mainstream audience. The four members of 112 --...
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  • $10.99
  • Genres: R&B/Soul, Music
  • Released: Mar 20, 2001

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