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Taken it back

New Edition, with the likes of all the greats, Bobby, Ralph, Johnny, and Rick Ronnie and Mike who all went seperate ways to explore the wonders of solo careers. This song represents everything great about the once Fab Five and now Six! Smooth Beat, Hot Riffs and the lyrics are just awesome. A great group releasing yet another great song. It's too bad they have went their seperate ways!

I Miss These Guys!!!

Awesome video!! Awesome song!! It's so nice to see them all together. They sound so good. If these guys ever go out on tour again, I'm there!! They'll always be one of my all time favorite groups!!

The Hotness!

The N.E. fam came full circle in this one going back home to the projects! I am a life long N.E. fan and this is one of their best videos, the talent in this group is overwhelming! They are the best r and b group since the Temptations no one can touch them! They sing and dance like no other! they are the fathers to all these "boy bands". True performers, they show everybody how it should be done!...BOW DOWN!


Formed: 1988 in Boston, MA

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Bell Biv DeVoe was hatched in the minds of its members, New Edition's Ricky Bell, Michael Bivins, and Ronnie DeVoe, upon the departure of lead singer Bobby Brown in 1986. But it wasn't until after New Edition completed its supporting tour for the album Heart Break in 1988 that the trio gave in to the urgings of Heart Break producers Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis and decided to chart its own course. Bell Biv DeVoe enlisted a variety of producers for its debut album, including Jam and Lewis and Public...
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Word to the Mutha! (Nasty Version), Bell Biv DeVoe
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  • $1.49
  • Genre: R&B/Soul
  • Released: Aug 08, 2006

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