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Album Review

Next's debut album Rated Next is an impressive collection of contemporary hip-hop-influenced urban soul. Occasionally, the group may get a little too "risqué" for some tastes, but lead singer R.L. is so smooth and charismatic that he can seduce unwilling listeners. With more consistent material, he'd be able to win over even more fans, but about half of the record illustrates that Next is no flash in the pan.

Customer Reviews

NEXT is awesome

Great!!!! hard to believe that this was made in the 90s since it has that classic sound of what R&B used to be.

Too Close (Radio Edit) is explicit version

The track here is mislabeled and is the explicit version. Please update to the radio edit. The opening spoken word line is not in the clean version. Thanks.

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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