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K-Ci & JoJo


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Cedric and Joel Hailey comprise the romantic R&B duo K-Ci & JoJo, who were one of two pairs of brothers who made up the chart-topping '90s group Jodeci. The Haileys grew up singing in church choirs in Charlotte, North Carolina, and toured the South with their father's gospel group. When they met the DeGrate brothers, Dalvin and DeVante Swing, they decided to switch to secular music and formed Jodeci. After signing with Uptown, the quartet released three platinum albums over 1991-1995, with DeVante Swing writing and producing the vast majority of the material. The first rumblings of independence came when K-Ci recorded a solo single, a cover of Bobby Womack's "If You Think You're Lonely Now," for the soundtrack of the 1994 film Jason's Lyric. In 1996, a year after Jodeci's third album, The Show, the After Party, the Hotel, K-Ci & JoJo officially teamed up to record "How Could You" for the soundtrack of the Damon Wayans/Adam Sandler comedy Bulletproof; they also supplied backing vocals on 2Pac's smash "How Do U Want It." The brothers made their side project into a full-fledged collaboration with the release of their debut album, Love Always, in 1997. The lead single, "You Bring Me Up," was a Top Ten R&B hit, and the follow-up, "Last Night's Letter," was also successful. But the single that really broke them big was the sweet ballad "All My Life," which went all the way to number one on both the pop and R&B charts in early 1998. Love Always went on to sell over four million copies, and Jodeci went on an unofficial, indefinite hiatus (though they never broke up). K-Ci & JoJo assembled a follow-up album, It's Real, which stuck closely to the sound of its predecessor. It was another Top Ten, platinum-selling hit, and produced another smash single in "Tell Me It's Real," which topped out at number two on both the pop and R&B charts. The Haileys celebrated ten years in the recording industry with 2000's X, their third straight platinum album, which spun off the near-Top Ten pop hit "Crazy." The duo's prolific recording pace subsequently slowed a bit, during which time they worked on material for a long-rumored Jodeci reunion album. They also released their fourth album, Emotional, in late 2002, but initial sales returns failed to duplicate the success of its predecessors; it scraped the Top 20 of the R&B chart. Six years later, they released Love in Japan only. The brothers' hard-partying lifestyle took a major toll on their career. In 2010, TV One documented their substance abuse recovery through a documentary series titled K-Ci & JoJo: Come Clean. They signed to eOne and released My Brother's Keeper in 2013. ~ Steve Huey
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Stations Featuring
K-Ci & JoJo

    R&B Smooth Jams

    R&B Smooth Jams
    2 songs

    '90s R&B

    '90s R&B
    5 songs

    Wedding Songs

    Wedding Songs
    1 song

    '90s Pop

    '90s Pop
    2 songs

    R&B and Soul Mix

    2 songs

Albums by
K-Ci & JoJo

Top Songs by
K-Ci & JoJo

  1.   Song
  2.   All My Life
  3.   Crazy
  4.   Tell Me It's Real
  5.   Last Night's Letter
  6.   Love Ballad
  7.   Don't Rush (Take Love Slowly)
  8.   Knock It Off
  9.   Life
  10.   This Very Moment
  11.   How Many Times (Will You Let Him Break Your Heart)
  12.   How Could You
  13.   Merry Christmas Baby
  14.   Wanna Do You Right
  15.   Girl
  16.   Makin' Me Say Goodbye
  17.   Down for Life
  18.   Love Me Carefully
  19.   Say Yes
  20.   One Last Time
  21.   Something Inside of Me
  22.   If It's Going to Work
  23.   Still Waiting
  24.   Baby Come Back
  25.   How Long Must I Cry
  26.   Fee Fie Foe Fum
  27.   All My Life by K-Ci
  28.   Lay You Down
  29.   Show & Prove
  30.   Middle of the Night
  31.   So Emotional
  32.   Goodbye
  33.   Special
  34.   Ooh Yeah
  35.   I Can't Find the Words
  36.   All the Things I Should Have Known
  37.   Thug n U Thug n Me
  38.   Honest Lover
  39.   Now and Forever
  40.   Momma's Song
  41.   Here He Comes Again
  42.   You Bring Me Up featuring JoJo
  43.   Now That It's Over (Interlude)
  44.   What Goes Around
  45.   Somebody Please
  46.   Back Again (Interlude)
  47.   How Long
  48.   How Can I Trust You?
  49.   I Don't Mind
  50.   I Don't Want
  51.   It's Me
  52.   Suicide
  53.   Get Back
  54.   You Bring Me Up
  55.   Just for Your Love
  56.   What Am I Gonna Do
  57.   Hello Darlin'
  58.   I Wanna Make Love to You
  59.   Intro
  60.   In Love at Christmas
  61.   HBI
  62.   Happily Ever After
  63.   Don't Ask, Don't Tell
  64.   Say Hello to Goodbye
  65.   My Brother's Keeper
  66.   Game Face
  67.   Money Man by Paroul

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